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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

May 01 2021
Magazine

The Australian Women's Weekly, NZ Edition, delivers hard-hitting news, gorgeous features, advice, inspirational stories and the best triple-tested recipes. It’s the ultimate magazine with something for everyone, while providing inspiration for women of all ages.

Editor’s Letter

MOTHER’S LITTLE HELPERS • Every mum needs her feel-good go-tos and these are some of mine.

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Kate on camera

Women we admire

“Life gets more sparkly”

A dog’s life

Great & small

American idol

Return of the mask • Close to 35 years ago, Baron Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera debuted in London. In September 2021, the Sydney Opera House will play host to the spectacular musical – but while we wait, we remember a few of our favourite Phantoms …

Crikey! It’s a girl

Aussie spirit

A virtual triumph

In other stork news ...

Finish this sentence … • Funeral director Kaiora Tipene is now starring in the fourth season of hit TVNZ reality series The Casketeers.

Around the world

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.

Letters to Mum • Some of our favourite famous faces put pen to paper in tribute to their beloved mothers.

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.

COMIC GENIUS Urzila Carlson A life well laughed • Our celebrated comedienne and author has a lot going on in her life, but she’ll always find the funny.

“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.

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 guilty verdict

The experts backing Kathleen • Ninety eminent scientists signed a petition sent to the NSW Governor calling for Kathleen to be freed, including:

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?

Crystal elixir

Golden milk

Bee sting therapy

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 Barbizon The New York hotel that set women free • Built in the Roaring Twenties, the Barbizon Hotel became the place to stay for ambitious, independent women and hosted Grace Kelly, Joan Crawford and Liza Minnelli.

Mother's Day Quiz 2021 • The annual school quiz night offers lessons for both parents and teachers alike.

The Good life • The Weekly’s May guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health

Triple threat The ultimate capsule wardrobe • On the golden shores of celebrity playground Byron Bay, our leading ladies Penelope Benson, Jessica Vander Leahy and Bree McCann show how best to work the all-time classics.

Meet • Jessica, Bree and Penelope

How to save your skin this winter • As the mercury drops, make changes now that will keep your skin supple and hydrated throughout the colder months.

Editor review...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 140 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: May 01 2021

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The Australian Women's Weekly, NZ Edition, delivers hard-hitting news, gorgeous features, advice, inspirational stories and the best triple-tested recipes. It’s the ultimate magazine with something for everyone, while providing inspiration for women of all ages.

Editor’s Letter

MOTHER’S LITTLE HELPERS • Every mum needs her feel-good go-tos and these are some of mine.

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Kate on camera

Women we admire

“Life gets more sparkly”

A dog’s life

Great & small

American idol

Return of the mask • Close to 35 years ago, Baron Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera debuted in London. In September 2021, the Sydney Opera House will play host to the spectacular musical – but while we wait, we remember a few of our favourite Phantoms …

Crikey! It’s a girl

Aussie spirit

A virtual triumph

In other stork news ...

Finish this sentence … • Funeral director Kaiora Tipene is now starring in the fourth season of hit TVNZ reality series The Casketeers.

Around the world

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.

Letters to Mum • Some of our favourite famous faces put pen to paper in tribute to their beloved mothers.

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.

COMIC GENIUS Urzila Carlson A life well laughed • Our celebrated comedienne and author has a lot going on in her life, but she’ll always find the funny.

“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.

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 guilty verdict

The experts backing Kathleen • Ninety eminent scientists signed a petition sent to the NSW Governor calling for Kathleen to be freed, including:

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?

Crystal elixir

Golden milk

Bee sting therapy

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 Barbizon The New York hotel that set women free • Built in the Roaring Twenties, the Barbizon Hotel became the place to stay for ambitious, independent women and hosted Grace Kelly, Joan Crawford and Liza Minnelli.

Mother's Day Quiz 2021 • The annual school quiz night offers lessons for both parents and teachers alike.

The Good life • The Weekly’s May guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health

Triple threat The ultimate capsule wardrobe • On the golden shores of celebrity playground Byron Bay, our leading ladies Penelope Benson, Jessica Vander Leahy and Bree McCann show how best to work the all-time classics.

Meet • Jessica, Bree and Penelope

How to save your skin this winter • As the mercury drops, make changes now that will keep your skin supple and hydrated throughout the colder months.

Editor review...


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