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Finish this sentence … • Silvia Colloca is taking a break from the kitchen and making a return to acting in Australian period drama Little Tornadoes, in cinemas on May 12.
The Barty party moves to the green
Women we love
Around the world
Great Scott! • Denise Scott celebrates 41 years of belly laughs and unmarried bliss.
Bruce Willis’ family holds him close
Little theatre wins big
The passing of a comedy pioneer
Spirit of life • A breathtaking new exhibition at the National Gallery in Canberra celebrates the depth and diversity of First Nations artists. Curator Hetti Perkins shares her vision and introduces some of the stars of the 4th
“GRIEF IS THE PRICE OF LOVE” - Dame Quentine Bryce • When her husband Michael died just over a year ago, Dame Quentin Bryce lost her soulmate of close to 60 years. In a deeply personal interview, the former Governor-General talks to The Weekly about tackling the isolation of grief, nature’s magical healing power and the special project she and Michael were working on together.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Like mother, like daughter • Carer, protector, guide or friend, our mothers shape who we become. This Mother’s Day, we meet six mothers and their daughters, who continue to inspire and enrich each other’s lives.
THE HUMAN COST OF WAR • As their beloved nation is pummelled by Russian bombs, families fear they may never see each other again.
THE RELUCTANT HERO • In July 2018, Adelaide anaesthetist Dr Richard “Harry” Harris flew into Thailand on an emergency mission to save 12 boys who had become trapped in a flooded cave. Hailed as a hero and voted Australian of the Year, his life would never be the same. Now Harry and his wife, Fiona, tell The Weekly that it was only after that pivotal week that they learned the true meaning of courage.
PRINCESS ANNE The Royal who can’t get enough of Australia • Princess Anne has always loved Australia and as she embarks on her latest tour, the irrepressible HRH talks about a daring horse ride here as a young princess, why the Royal Easter Show still matters, how gender has never hindered her and what she’s learned from her mother, The Queen.
The last goodbye • With Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation before the NSW parliament and a battle raging between advocates and opponents, The Weekly meets three people whose emotional real-life experiences have put them at the heart of the debate.
‘Finding my feet ’ again -gulie goodwine • As she returns to the MasterChef kitchen for a season of Fans & Favourites, newly-minted grandmother Julie Goodwin reveals the precious gifts that have given her another lease on life.
CONFRONTING A KILLER • When courageous Sydney journalist Emma Partridge approached a Walcha farm where a so-called ‘black widow’ was living, her heart was thumping. She came face-to-face with a chilling murderer. This is her story.
Coming full circle • Mother’s Day approaches. Could it be time to give your mum the gift that has been almost a lifetime coming?
The motherhood match • It takes sacrifice, passion and dedication to become an elite athlete, so why do so many women quit their sports careers in their prime to have a family? A new generation of female athletes is looking to change all that.
You can’t keep a good woman down • At 14, Leah Purcell was in an abusive relationship, at 17 she was pregnant and at 18 she hit rock bottom. But the women in Leah’s family sit tall in the saddle,...