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Letter of the month
Women to the world
A princely education
Return of The Crown
Great & small
Around the world
Berlei reaches out
A sibling for Molly
They said what?
Who killed Juanita?
This month, why don’t you…
Larrikin signs off
The beat rolls on
Great Scott! • Denise Scott joins the ‘raiders of the lost park’.
Sheep show love
Double the Wiggle
OLIVIA Letting go of fear • In an exclusive interview from her farm in California, Dame Olivia Newton-John talks about her bonds with family and nature, and how these two helped her through the dark days of the COVID crisis in the United States.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Jamie Oliver “Jools is my rock” • After a scary year, Jamie Oliver is launching his most personal cookbook yet. In a passionate interview he talks about wife Jools’ wish for baby number six, 10-year-old son Buddy’s bid to get kids cooking, lessons learned from 21 years of marriage and how COVID has changed him.
Birth of hope • Six Australian babies are lost every day to stillbirth but at last there’s hope that some of those precious lives can be saved.
Dr Ashleigh Smith
How to help • Practical ways to help family and friends after a stillbirth or neonatal loss.
Great expectations • As the Great Barrier Reef marks its 40th birthday as a World Heritage Area, The Weekly celebrates this precious underwater sanctuary and asks what we can all do to protect its future.
Sir David Attenborough
How you can help the reef
A Message from HRH The Prince of Wales
Dakota. Emily. Aurora. Lindsay. Who’s that girl? Harper. Marley. Sakah. Samantha. • She has pretended to be a Russian gymnast, a human trafficking victim and a Swedish princess, but serial imposter Samantha Azzopardi’s latest con as a teenage nanny has exposed the tragic motive behind her decade of lies.
Miriam Margolyes “Adultery is a foolish thing” • Suddenly actor Miriam Margolyes is 80 with so much left to do. In a brutally honest memoir she said she’d never write, she tells the unvarnished truth, including how a fat Jewish girl with passion, a sense of fun and deep insecurity found – and nearly lost – true love.
School of the desert • In Central Australia, children are thriving at a very special early learning centre that values lived experience and traditional knowledge, as well as the three Rs. Meet the matriarchs of Children’s Ground determined to close the education gap.
BRYAN BROWN My mother was my role model • Actor Bryan Brown is a natural storyteller and as he breaks into crime fiction writing, the 74-year-old maverick reveals the influences of his Bankstown childhood, the amazing women in his life, fatherhood, a near-death experience and simple laughter.
MEET OUR JUDGES • This year, some of Australia’s most extraordinary leaders join us to judge The Australian Women’s Weekly Women of the Future Awards. As entries come in, they share stories of courage, perseverance and the advice that made them who they are.
TONIA TODMAN Starting over • After a long absence from screens, audiences can once again exclaim “I thought I saw Tonia Todman!” The Queen of Craft reveals the reinvention which led her back to TV.
Never can say goodbye • Just when the world thought Donald and Melania Trump had retired to a Florida golf club for good, they’re back. Could this be a precursor to the 2024 presidential...