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Rachel Griffiths & Deborah Mailman
Letter of the month
Judi’s Jubilee joy
Women in the headlines
Aussies in line for royal prize
Andrew Winter • convinces homeowners to sell on Love It Or List It, Wednesdays, 8.30pm on Foxtel.
Always a bridesmaid
Alcott aces it
Around the world
Iridescent insect no drag
They said what?
Great & small
Great Scott! • Denise Scott is the David Attenborough of the laundry
New York’s’ finest
MP’s tiny deputy
The home with heart • Since 1991, Ronald McDonald House Charities have kept the families of sick children together.
When Rachel met Deborah • They always admired each other from afar but when Rachel Griffiths and Deborah Mailman finally joined forces in TV’s Total Control they were not only in fan-girl heaven, they became instant friends.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Murder in Larrimah • The curious investigation into the disappearance of Paddy Moriarty and his kelpie Kellie in a tiny Northern Territory 12-person community.
A patchwork of love • When Helen Comport’s son was critically injured in the war in Afghanistan, she was inspired to gather a community of quilters to wrap our veterans and their families in gratitude.
SLAVERY IN THE SUBURBS • There is a common misconception that slavery is a matter for the history books, but millions of people are still enslaved today – shockingly, some of them right here in Australia.
Women of the land • There are so many inspiring women championing courage, kindness and resilience in the bush. Here are just a few who we’ll be thinking of on October 15, the United Nations International Day of Rural Women.
What’s really going on with Princess Charlene? • Why has she spent so much of this year away from Prince Albert and their children in Monaco? The word on the streets of this glamorous principality is that Princess Charlene might never return!
The birth of hope • In 2020, the number of children in foster care rose to 46,000, and almost half of those are in NSW. With many moving from place to place with no solution in sight, one inspiring young woman is determined to end the cycle.
WHO KILLED THE BEATLES? • Millions of words and hours have been spent on the break-up of the Beatles. But now, half a century on, the history books are being rewritten, old scapegoats exonerated and new culprits brought to light.
My second chance at life • Six years ago, Sonia McNulty was diagnosed with stomach cancer and when she survived, the 72-year-old took up ballet and says it saved her life.
Our happy place • When high-profile political journalists Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales started a podcast characterised by their own madcap friendship, it showed them what happiness is all about.
Elizabeth Taylor A life in photos • She was Hollywood glamour personified and over the course of an astonishing six decade-long career, Elizabeth Taylor would continue to captivate audiences. In a new book, eight photographers reveal their memories of the woman who dazzled through their camera lenses.
Love under fire • Keith Payne VC is an Aussie hero, bravest of the brave, but managing the pain beyond the glory has proved a tough battle for Keith, his unfailingly supportive wife, Flo, and their five sons.
Games night • Some families have taken to jigsaw puzzling and board...