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Australian Women's Weekly
Flood of courage
Glitz is back • The stars came out to play at the Critics’ Choice Awards, including New Zealand’s own Melanie Lynskey, who took out Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role in Yellowjackets, and Dame Jane Campion, who was honoured with Best Director, Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for The Power of the Dog. The same day, Jane won both Best Film and Best Director at the BAFTAs.
The world unites for Ukraine
Farewell to a legend
Around the world
Miriama’s message of hope ‘THERE’S A REAL MAGIC TO AGEING’ • The Sunday presenter opens up to Emma Clifton about miscarriage, menopause and busting down the taboos surrounding women’s health.
Royal Insider • Behind palace gates
Jane Seymour At 71 I’m coming into my own • Passion, positivity and facing life’s challenges with an open heart.
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.
Zelensky’s past • The comedian was able to parlay his huge success on popular shows such as Dancing With the Stars and as a comic and actor (including voicing Paddington Bear for the 2014 film’s Ukraine release) into elected office.
NICOLA’S SECRET TO SUCCESS ‘Attitude is everything’ • Get to know the National Party’s new finance spokesperson, who speaks frankly about her privileged childhood, the challenges of being a feminist and her ‘messy’ family life.
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
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?
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.
Questions to ask the teens in your life • We asked Daisy Turnbull to share the questions that can act as a kind of door-opener, leading to good conversations and more meaningful connections.
Why is my teenager embarrassed by me?
No laughing mutter • An escape to the countryside sparked a new idea for the McDermott family’s own home.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s April guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Light and shade • With balmy days, but cool mornings and evenings, autumn dressing is best captured with soft, light layers in luxurious silks and cashmere, and cosy capsule pieces that are timeless.
Arch rivals • To say brows have evolved over the past few decades is an understatement. From bold to barely-there and then downright bushy, it’s been quite a journey. For now, it seems full, fluffy brows are here to stay.
#browgoals • Stars who are as wellknown for their arches as their accolades.