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.
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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ
Pink with pride
Royals roll up their sleeves
Finish this sentence … • Business whiz Cassie Roma is an advisor on The Apprentice Aotearoa, 8.30pm Mondays on TVNZ 1
Hero rat retires
A lifelong performer
Around the world
Celebs’ secret nuptials
Queen of knitting
And baby makes three!
They said what?
Lisa’s Olympic dream ‘I’m in it for love – not medals!’ • Our canoeing golden girl Lisa Carrington talks to Emma Clifton about being newly engaged, what drives her remarkable success and her Tokyo goals.
The Kiwis going for Gold • From track stars to legends in the pool, we take a look at New Zealand’s elite performers hoping to make it onto the winner’s podium
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
A brilliant mother afflicted with dementia. A devoted daughter, charged with murder • Barbara Eckersley was so distressed by her mother Mary’s suffering that she sought to relieve it with sedatives. Last month, the court collectively held its breath when she stood trial for murder.
Golriz’s gift “I’ll always speak my truth” • The refugee MP opens up about being a minority in Parliament and her brave battle with multiple sclerosis.
All you need is LOVE • She speaks five languages and has studied pure maths. She’s performed on stage in front of thousands and is muse to iconic Australian rocker Jimmy Barnes. But it’s love that makes Jane Barnes’ world go around.
SLAVE TO THE GURU • Hiding beneath a facade of self-help, unscrupulous operators are exploiting the vulnerable for profit, power and sexual gratification. Now, the victims and their families are speaking out to raise awareness and caution others.
When self-help turns deadly
The avant-garde Princess Margaret • In the 1960s they were the royal glamour couple, but the ritzy world of Princess Margaret and Antony Armstrong-Jones stood in stark contrast to her sister the Queen’s.
Return to the nest • When the kids come home to roost it seems while some things change, others remain the same.
The Good life • The Weekly’s July guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
The pink house • Model Rachel Waller invites us to her lake house for a selection of this winter’s best cosy knits, co-ordinated sets and coats.
Your healthy hair guide • Our locks may not get wrinkles, but they do show the passage of time. Thankfully, you don’t need to get intimate with the pointy end of a needle to rewind the clock. Bouncy, shiny hair is well within your grasp.
Find your silver lining
Embrace your curls
Body work • Three dream creams to keep you feeling soft below the neck as the mercury drops.
Arch rivals • Discovering the power of groomed brows is a defining beauty moment. For the uninitiated, it’s a simple way to hit refresh.
Show some pluck • Tweak, colour and style your eyebrows for maximum impact.
How to have a healthy gut • The secret to ageing well could rest within your gut, which scientists now know plays a crucial role in important body systems, including immunity, metabolism and even how happy we can feel. Here’s how to maximise your gut health so everything else ticks along nicely.
Should you take a probiotic supplement?