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Finish this sentence… • Musician Julia Deans is the lead singer of Kiwi band Fur Patrol
Around the world • Portugal German surfer Sebastian Steudtner has broken the Guinness World Record for Largest Waves Surfed (Unlimited) - Male, after riding a 26m-high monster wave in Nazaré, Portugal.
The renaissance of KERRE Woodham • After the beloved broadcaster tripped the light fantastic on Dancing with the Stars, she tells Wendyl Nissen she’s found her joy again after a dark time and shares the lesson she wants other women to know.
Thank you, Your Majesty • The Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Britain presented a profound and witty tribute to Queen Elizabeth II’s historic 70-year reign. Following fears for the sovereign’s health, it also underlined the future of this monarchy as four generations stood side by side.
RENA OWEN Life after BETH • The acclaimed actress opens up about her rocky road to becoming a Kiwi screen icon and how playing Dame Whina Cooper in a new biopic is her most personal role yet.
The Marcos resurrection • After 36 years in the political desert, the Marcos family is back in power. Ferdinand Jr has been elected President of the Philippines and his mother, Imelda (whose name was once synonymous with excess and corruption), has been hailed “the kingmaker”.
Sam Neill ‘I’mwritinga new chapter’ • He might just be New Zealand’s most famous export, his film and television projects as diverse as they are acclaimed. Yet, despite being in demand, Sam Neill’s latest project is far closer to home.
‘Finding my feet again’Julie Goodwin • 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.
Messages stitched in time • When the darkness of war enveloped Europe in 1914, pretty postcards kept loving families and sweethearts connected.
“I keep going for my girls” • As a teenager she seemed to have the world at her feet, gracing the covers of magazines and appearing in an iconic music video. But an undiagnosed condition saw Sarah Nursey’s life unravel. Now the mum-of-two reveals how a diagnosis of ADHD as an adult has helped her make sense of the chaos.
My story “How an injured dolphin helped me heal” • When Melody Horrill met damaged solitary dolphin Jock they formed a powerful bond that helped Melody confront her past and change her future.
Girls can do anything • Beloved author and parenting expert Maggie Dent says girls deserve to be healthy, happy and heard.
Family law • For Pat’s family, Murphy’s idea that if something can go wrong it will has lasted generations.
The Good life • The Weekly’s July guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Back to nature • As the winter chill sets in it’s time to start adding layers in wool, cotton and denim to keep cosy. We’ve used classic colours and timeless styles to inspire you.
The clean skin guide • Turns out, the step in your beauty regimen you barely consider may just have the ability to transform your complexion and make all of those other skincare formulas work even harder.
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3 gentle warriors • For sensitive types, a gentle cleanser will ensure skin is clean but isn’t left feeling irritated.
Beauty muse Delta Goodrem • She’s renowned for her glorious glow, but the Revlon ambassador...