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we Together , re strong • A powerful coalition of women is making equality a talking point in the lead-up to the next federal election.
How Chrissie got her groove back • Between work, raising a family and pandemic homeschooling, Chrissie Swan realised one day that she’d forgotten how to have fun. And so she blazed a fresh trail – and found opportunities opening up right in front of her …
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
A LABOR OF LOVE • He’s been described as the leader Australia doesn’t know. As the ALP’s Anthony Albanese steadies his nerves for the campaign of his life, he invites The Weekly into his home to get to know him a little better – and to introduce us to Jodie Haydon, who will be standing right by his side.
Bad blood • Disgraced one-time tech billionaire Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty of fraud. The whistleblower who helped topple her corrupt empire, Erika Cheung, speaks exclusively to The Weekly about bringing down one of Silicon Valley’s biggest cons.
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GOING UNDER • Twelve months ago, the tiny community at Telegraph Point on the mid-north coast of NSW was swamped by a once-in-a-century flood. The long, hard work of rebuilding and recovery continues but, for many, life will never be the same.
WENDY McCARTHY “I’M NOT DONE YET” • Wendy McCarthy was raised in rural NSW in an era when leadership was a man’s domain. Now 80, the trailblazing feminist, teacher, businesswoman, wife and mother reveals the triumphs and challenges of her wonderful life.
THE AUSTRALIAN X-FILES • The US government made headlines last year when it released top-secret UFO files. But there’s no need to look to American skies. Some of the most credible UFO sightings have been much closer to home.
DIVORCE DONE DIFFERENTLY • From arguments over finances and children to the emotional fallout of love gone wrong, divorce can be an ugly and perilous journey. But what if there was a kinder, gentler way to navigate the end of a marriage?
5 SIMPLE STEPS TO A DRAMA-FREE DIVORCE • Diane Young, Addiction and Trauma Specialist at South Pacific Private, reveals her top tips.
Sir Cliff Richard “Retiring is not in my vocabulary!” • At 81, Sir Cliff Richard has a lifetime of musical hits, film roles and more to reflect on. And he has no plans to stop making them any time soon.
The Aussie women conquering Hollywood • For too long, women have been under-represented in the world of film but a generation of inspiring creatives is changing that, and many of the industry’s most exciting talents are Australian.
Threats of kidnap, accusations of high-tech spying and billions of dollars up for grabs along with one royal’s freedom. Welcome to the high-stakes divorce of Dubai’s Sheikh Maktoum and Princess Haya.
A stitch in time • When former fashion house owner Andie Halas donated unsold stock to a charity store, she realised she had stumbled across a solution which could not only help those in need, but potentially solve an environmental crisis.
The gift of flight • When renowned nature photographer Matthew Jones passed...