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Paula Bennett “I still need a stage...” • From teen solo mum to Deputy Prime Minister to TV host, the former MP tells Emma Clifton why we should all embrace reinvention.
Sarah, Duchess of York I DARED to DREAM • As she embarks on a new career as a novelist, aged 61, Sarah, Duchess of York talks candidly about the traumas and triumphs of her tumultuous life.
Here’s to you Mrs Johnson • In the British PM’s inner circle she is both loved and despised, but just how much power does the newlywed and recently pregnant Carrie Johnson wield at Number 10?
LESSONS from my DAD • To celebrate Father’s Day, Kiwi celebs share the sane, silly and sensational tips from their pas.
The price of a perfect 10 • Before the American gymnastic powerhouse, Simone Biles, came a shy girl called Nadia Comăneci, who became an international sensation at just 14 years old. But now the abuse she suffered to achieve that “perfect 10” has been revealed.
Cooking for change SOPHIE’S RECIPE FOR A REVOLUTION • The Destitute Gourmet has a lot on her plate with feeding New Zealand’s hungry.
THE SECOND COMING OF LITTLE PEBBLE • For 10 years “Little Pebble” operated a doomsday cult on the south coast of NSW, and even after he was jailed for sexually assaulting young girls, the cult carried on. Now out of prison, he wants to return to his flock, as convinced as ever of his divine mission.
The audacious angel of Auschwitz • Magda Hellinger not only survived Nazi tyranny and torture, but with immense courage she risked her own life to save hundreds of women inside the infamous concentration camp. This is her story.
My story For Isaac • Sarah Copland and her husband Craig Oehlers had moved to Lebanon for Sarah’s job with the UN, but with a new baby on the way, they decided it was time to come home. They were just a few weeks from returning with their two-year-old son, Isaac, when an explosion tore through Beirut, killing more than 200 people, including their little boy. One year on, an investigation into the blast has stalled. The following is an edited extract from Sarah’s blog entries, reprinted with permission, as she navigates her grief and continues to fight for justice for Isaac.
Marilyn & me • On her final film, Marilyn Monroe gave a young photographer his big break. Those photos and others Lawrence Schiller captured, plus the story behind them, are revealed in a thrilling new book.
A Hairy situation • After a lifetime of short, curly, brown hair, it’s time to take a leap of faith into the grey zone.
The Good life • The Weekly’s September guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Resort report • As we move into the warmer months, look for floaty fabrics in leafy florals to get you into the summer spirit.
Get set for Spring • From sorbet shades to florals, spring’s mood is playful and relaxed in light fabric and feel-good, fun accessories.
Your feel-good body guide • Loving the skin we’re in is no simple thing when our relationship with our bodies is so often up and down. However, adding self-care to your regimen – and adopting new tech– might be the easiest way to help you look good and, most importantly, feel fabulous.
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