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Kate on camera
Women we admire
“Life gets more sparkly”
A dog’s life
Fashion funds crucial research
Return to the red carpet
A horse walked into a hotel bar...
Finish this sentence … • Interior design guru Shaynna Blaze will appear in the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice Australia, coming soon to Nine.
Our amazing planet
They said what?
Return of the mask
The wonderful world of Disney
And Henry makes four
The power of three
In other stork news ...
Crikey! It’s a girl
A virtual triumph
Race for a cure
Farewell to a shining star
Bees making a bounce back
Around the world
Great Scott! • Denise Scott discovers that her nude suit is her strong suit as she gives us all the intimate details of her latest stage performance.
The golden child
A record win
The Duke of Edinburgh 1921-2021 Prince among men • He was born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, became a brilliant British naval officer, but chose love and a life of unfailing public service as the Queen’s devoted consort.
The year that tested Gladys • The NSW Premier has steered her state through fires, floods and a pandemic, and had a secret relationship publicly outed. Gladys Berejiklian suffered some chinks in her armour, but The Weekly finds she’s still standing resolutely and defiantly strong.
Nowhere to run • Peopleliving in remoteAustralia are 24 times more likely to be hospitalised as a result of family and domestic abuse
How we stay married … Peter & Bridget Helliar • The comedian may have written a show about maintaining a long-lasting relationship, but it’s his wife Bridget whom he credits with teaching him how to keep the marital magic alive.
Could she be innocent? • She has been called Australia’s worst female serial killer, but now some of the world’s most brilliant scientific minds say Kathleen Folbigg’s four children could have died of natural causes.
The experts backing Kathleen • Ninety eminent scientists signed a petition sent to the NSW Governor calling for Kathleen to be freed, including:
Carla Zampatti 1942-2021 Family always came first • Just before Christmas, Carla Zampatti invited The Weekly into her Sydney home for a deeply personal photo shoot with her daughters and five of her grandchildren. No one could have imagined that this joyous day would be the iconic fashion queen’s last major interview.
A country craft renaissance • Devastating drought and fire followed by a year of lockdowns and home schooling have had one happy consequence in rural Australia. Country women have returned to their craft cupboards and rediscovered the skills that their grandmothers treasured.
“I might die, and you’re the only one I can tell...”-Sharon Stone • The Hollywood star reveals the harrowing details of the night family and friends rushed to her bedside as doctors fought to save her life.
An overall disaster • We’re often told that there are no rules when it comes to fashion. But it turns out there could be one exception to this directive ...
How to start a kindness revolution • The worst times often bring out the best in human nature, so don’t waste what you have learned in this global crisis.
The cult of wellness • The “wellness” industry generates trillions of dollars but is it making any of us well, or just an unregulated, untested con?
Bee sting therapy
Wild at heart • From the...