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Prince William turns 40 My birthday pledge • As he celebrates ‘the big 4-0’, Prince William evokes his mother in a powerful public commitment.
Women we love
Meet our art stars!
Mogul and model split
They said what?
Julia’s a Lucky Star
Stars sign on to Bluey
Great Scott! • Denise Scott’s dad saves the day, with help from the elephant in the room.
Around the world • Paris, France – French photographer Kulik Bertrand captured the moment lightning struck the Eiffel Tower. It is not the first time the famous landmark has been struck, the photographer witnessing another four events that same day.
Von Trapp reunion
This month why don’t you…
Finish this sentence … • Rhonda Burchmore is exploring her villainous side as Velma Von Tussle in Hairspray.
A regal celebration
Trumpet is top dog
Pride and joy
The secrets of our skies
Camilla The down to earth Duchess • As she celebrates her 75th birthday, the Duchess of Cornwall talks to The Weekly about her simple country childhood, losing her mother, lessons from Prince Philip, why speeches terrify her and becoming Queen Consort.
This AMERICAN LIFE • A woman’s right to decide what happens to her own body has just taken a massive dive in modern America. The Weekly investigates the Roe v. Wade debate.
The Nigella effect • At 62, Nigella Lawson is happier than she’s ever been and learning to go with the flow, count her blessings and revel in her solitude.
Meet the judges • Has Ita Buttrose ever been mansplained to? What does Julie Bishop wish she could tell her younger self? This year’s Women of the Future judges share some wisdom they’ve picked up on the way to the top of their illustrious careers.
Family is my everything • She is Seven’s secret sporting weapon, the woman who can cover any game without missing a beat. But without the support of her family, says Mel McLaughlin, her career may never have happened.
Inside the GALLERY OF LOST ART • Picasso. Dali. Matisse. Just a few of the artists whose works have been stolen. In an exclusive interview with the head of Interpol’s stolen art unit, we learn the truth about the theft of the world’s most beautiful objects.
A place to call home • Refugees from war-torn Afghanistan and Ukraine share their terrifying journeys to Australia and express their gratitude to the friends, family and ordinary Aussies who have helped them through.
MAGDA ‘At 61, I finally feel free’ • In a case of art finally mirroring life, Magda Szubanski is playing a Polish lesbian – albeit a butcher – in a new prime-time TV series. She sits down with The Weekly to talk about the long road towards self-acceptance on screen and off.
Shelter from the storm • In recent years, as a community, we’ve made a lot of noise about ending violence against women. But is it just that – noise? If we were truly determined to stop the violence, Anne Summers tells The Weekly, we would be much more serious about supporting those who risk everything to escape it.
Paul Newman in pictures • In a new book, eight photographers share rare, unseen images of the Hollywood legend. We were given an exclusive sneak peek – as well as the memories behind one set of snaps.
50 really is the new 30 • You can live younger, longer but if you are looking for a magic bullet, forget it. It all comes down to our brain-body connection.
Return to the wild • When the eastern barred bandicoot was declared extinct in the wild in 2013, it seemed they would be lost...