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Great Scott! • Denise Scott finds inspiration for a country song or two.
Farewell to a legend • A larrikin, a genius, a flawed Aussie hero and the world’s Spin King. The Weekly and those who knew and loved him tip their caps to the inimitable Shane Warne.
AMANDA KELLER “I’m okay with being 60” • She’s hit the big 6-0, seen the last of her children leave home and is settling into life as an empty-nester alongside her husband of 31 years. But while she once thought this would signify the beginning of the end, for Amanda Keller it is actually the beginning of an exciting third act.
Royal Insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Pyramids of promise • Multi-level marketing schemes can sound like a dream come true to aspirational and often underemployed women, but who actually profits from them, and at what cost?
What exactly is an MLM?
MLMs behaving badly
A kid’s best friend • Meet Sunny the wellbeing dog, lifting spirits and healing hearts and minds at a high school on the NSW Central Coast.
Good medicine • Research shows that the bond between people and dogs can impact us in uniquely positive ways.
Tree of life • When Indira Naidoo’s much-loved youngest sister died by suicide, it set her on a quest to rediscover joy and meaning in her own life.
THE ACTOR and THE SPY • As missiles fall on Ukraine and Russia makes nuclear threats, the world seems closer to global peril than it has at any time since the Cold War. And at the centre of it all are two unlikely adversaries: Putin, a dictator billionaire and former spy, and Zelensky, a onetime actor, comic and anti-corruption crusader whose courage has earned him a place in his people’s hearts and the history books.
“This is Lifeline, may we help you?” • The past two years have put incomparable pressure on our mental health, and many Australians might not have made it through without a sympathetic voice at the end of a telephone line. The Weekly pays tribute to the extraordinary women and men who volunteer at Lifeline.
Jane Seymour At 71 I’m coming into my own • Passion, positivity and facing life’s challenges with an open heart.
The double murder that shocked the nation • Dorothy Davis and Kerry Whelan’s bodies were never found, but their murderer was. Mark Tedeschi, the author of a new book on the case, unpicks the shocking details.
The downfall of the Duchess of Argyll • It was the most infamous divorce of the 20th century with a salacious court battle involving some very racy photos. But was the Duchess of Argyll actually the victim of gross misogyny?
Love your brother • After actor and campaigner Samuel Johnson was struck by a car last year, his big sister, Hilde Hinton, swung into action, caring for him through a tough recovery and completing her second book along the way.
Less is more • Could less work and more play, rather than the other way round, be the secret to a fruitful and successful life?
Recipe for disaster • When the husband goes all out making family dinner, it’s less of a Top Chef affair and a little more Kids in the Kitchen.
My heart belongs to Venice • Margaret Cameron found romance, adventure and a whole new perspective in the ancient city.
The mystery of the winter dress • A royal spy’s regalia or a merchant bride’s wedding gown? What is this 400-year-old silk dress found at the bottom of the ocean, and who was the woman who wore it?
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