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Letter of the month
Women in the headlines
Yellow Wiggle takes a bow
Ancient rainforest returned
Kate shows style is forever
A poignant photo
Dannii Mi nogue • hosts the Oldskool 90s Hits station and podcast The 90s with Dannii Minogue, both available via the LiSTNR app.
Around the world
Taking the cake
Look out for the helpers
They said what?
Like father, like son
Man on the run
This month, why don’t you ...
Better than a greyhound bus
Chalamet’s chocolate factory
Denise Scott gets her campfire burning.
Red carpet watch
Lifeline to Afghanistan • Australians are reaching out to help.
WILD AT HEART • She’s been a daredevil kid, fearless international reporter, co-host with breakfast TV’s enfant terrible and mischievous mum. Allison Langdon shares her world, and sheds a few tears, in a heartfelt chat with The Weekly.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
“I know what it means to struggle ” • When Australia’s favourite home cook, Julie Goodwin, took part in a televised journey to live below the poverty line, it triggered an emotional reminder of her own family’s daily fight to put food on the table.
MEET OUR FINALISTS • Following an exhaustive search across Australia, these outstanding and inspirational young women have been selected as the finalists for this year’s The Australian Women’s Weekly La Trobe Financial Women of the Future Awards.
House of sorrow, house of joy, house of love • Nestled among rainforest in the far north of NSW is a special retreat for those close to death, and it’s all made possible by the kindness of the local community.
My passion for Percy Joan Collins • In an explosive extract from her uncensored diaries, Dame Joan Collins reveals the truth about the love match everyone said would never last.
Adam Goodes My hopes for Addie • Love, fatherhood and leaving the “beautiful game” have shaped a brave new world for Adam Goodes, whose latest project – a five-book collaboration – delivers a vital message to our children.
Tales from the COVID baby bubble • The pandemic has delivered extra challenges and caused more than a little trauma during pregnancy and childbirth. But in the peace and isolation, some new parents have been able to count their blessings, too.
THIS IS ME • He’s best known as drag diva Courtney Act, but beneath the wig, eyelashes and fabulous frocks is Shane Jenek, the boy from Brisbane. As revealed in his explosive memoir, he conquered shame, bullying and social conventions to show the world who he really is.
Dick Smith ‘‘I won the lottery of life’’ • Dick Smith was the class dork who became a multimillionaire and then risked his life in spine-tingling adventures circumnavigating the world. Fearing she might lose him every step of the way was the love of his life, Pip.
Hoax or healer? • After the death of their father, Gary Nunn’s sister consulted psychics to help her through the grief. But were they fraudsters, out to exploit the vulnerable, or did they really have a direct line to the afterlife? Gary set out to find the truth.
OUT OF AFRICA • In a quest to save wild African lions from extinction, filmmaker Rogue Rubin went undercover, posing as a big game trophy-hunt photographer and putting her own life at risk. She reveals her terrifying journey.
SONGS FROM LIFE • Paul McCartney’s songs are the story of his life. In this extract from his new two-volume tome, The Lyrics, the former Beatle...