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
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Three decades of empowerment
Babies on board
Brave sister act
Finish this sentence … • Actress and dancer Olivia Tennet stars in Talkback, now streaming on TVNZ OnDemand.
Around the world
Toni Street ‘How I learnt to listen to my body’ • As she prepares to host TVNZ’s coverage of the Olympic Games, our beloved broadcaster talks to Emma Clifton about the secret weapon she’s found to combat her new health crisis.
Kimberlee confesses ‘The stakes are so high’
Sarah’s sweet victory ‘The memory I’ll treasure forever’
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Belle Gibson FUGITIVE FROM TRUTH • Six years after she was caught lying to the world, Belle Gibson continues to make headlines and exploit the vulnerable. But will she also now elude justice?
Healing Hinemoa ‘I finally appreciate my own company’ • The child psychiatrist and bestselling author opens up about family trauma and how she’s learnt to be kind to herself.
Maggie “Life is all about family, friends and laughter” • Mother, grandmother, trailblazer, model and fashion icon. In her 85th year, Maggie Tabberer is as dynamic and dazzling as ever. Here she shares her memories and musings on what really matters.
THE YEAR OF THE SCAMDEMIC • When the world shut down in 2020, cybercrime ramped up, conning us out of millions. The Weekly investigates the worst offenders and finds there are ways to spot a scam artist.
“I was stung” • Even our reporter, Genevieve Gannon, has fallen victim to a scam.
THE COURAGEOUS YOUNG WOMEN of Kabul • As international military forces move out of Afghanistan, the nation teeters on a precipice. Yalda Hakim talks to the women in Kabul whose lives are under threat and to the Taliban commander determined to reinstate Sharia law.
KAT STEWART ‘Mum’s still always with me.’ • They say the darkest hour comes before the dawn. The acclaimed actress opens up about learning to find the silver lining, no matter how tough the times.
When Maria Callas met Aristotle Onassis • She was queen of the opera, but behind the scenes diva Maria Callas struggled to find happiness. In billionaire Aristotle Onassis she thought she had finally found her soulmate, but a new book reveals the truth about their nine-year tryst.
It took me 138 dates to find love • On the outside she had it all, but Rebekah Campbell hadn’t had a boyfriend for 10 years. Lonely and terrified, she embarked on 138 dates in a systematic bid to find “the one”. This is what happened.
Rise and shine • An early wake-up call may be torture for some, but for others, those solitary pre-dawn moments are the closest thing to bliss.
The Good life • The Weekly’s August guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and health
In neutral territory • The living is easy in cosy knits, soft dresses, casual separates and oversized jackets in palest white and warm rust tones.
Defying gravity • Ageing is ironic. As women, we spend a disproportionate amount of time worrying about body fat. Then we lose it naturally from the place we need it most – our faces. Here’s how doctors and skin formulators are helping us find terra firma.
Open clinic • We’ve reviewed three in-clinic treatments that promise to tighten and firm sagging skin.
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