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Letter of the month
All dressed in white
Six decades after she
Great & small
Finish this sentence … • Andy Lee is finding out what Aussies really think on The Hundred, which airs Tuesdays, 8.40pm on Nine.
Yes we Cannes
Tea for two leaders
Celeb eyes the Senate
They said what?
High praise indeed
Dropping this month
Around the world
Great Scott! • Denise Scott is ready to spark an age-old debate.
Traders turn closure into a charity
Spelling her way into the history books
Our golden girls • Olympic dreams came true in the pool in Tokyo, and our champions made us proud not just with their medal tally, but with their generosity and grace, their sense of fun and their unbreakable team spirit.
The Kate factor • With fraternal spats, a satirical royal TV show and Prince Harry’s upcoming tell-all memoir dominating news around the world, the Duchess of Cambridge’s quiet dignity, devotion and duty is cutting through the noise and turning heads.
WOMEN OF THE FUTURE • In the midst of this most extraordinary year for women, The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Women of the Future Awards have the potential to change lives. If ever there was a time for young women to back themselves, it’s now.
There’s always a silver lining • Before she joined ABC TV’s News Breakfast, Lisa Millar conquered her darkest fears, covered 10 terror attacks, loved deeply and lost those dearest to her. In an intensely candid interview she shares her tears, laughter and joy.
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.
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.
Our remote healthcare heroes • The further you live from a big city in Australia, the tougher it is to get the healthcare you need, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The Weekly meets inspiring women bringing healing to the bush.
The Country Women’s Association, Gregory, Queensland
Melanie Briggs • Midwife with Birthing on Country
Star-cross’d lovers • The Australian Ballet masterwork Romeo and Juliet returns to the stage for the first time in 18 years.
“How I found my own voice” -Jessica mauboy • As she makes the transition from nervous Idol contestant to confident Voice coach, Jessica Mauboy shares the difficult path she trod to speak her truth proudly.
Nowhere in the world has more pokies per person than Australia. Their victims fill our jails, mental health facilities and morgues, and women are especially vulnerable. LIGHTS, MUSIC, ADDICTION
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 Carrie Johnson wield at Number 10?
A day at the desert races • Every year, 6000 people converge on Birdsville for one of the world’s great race meetings, attracted by the beauty of the landscape and the warm outback welcome as much as the opportunity to watch a field of thoroughbreds kick up the red desert sand.
The audacious angel of Auschwitz • Magda Hellinger not only survived Nazi tyranny and...