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The Australian Women's Weekly

Sep 01 2022
Magazine

The Weekly is loved for its engaging features, delicious recipes and the best in beauty, fashion, homes, books and so much more.

Editor’s letter

Open line • “If you don’t like the road you’re walking, start paving another one!”

Bindi’s birthday wish

Women we love

Royal report

Mile high club

Finish this sentence … • Craig Reucassel is a panellist on quiz show-with-a-twist Win The Week, Wednesdays, 8pm on ABC.

A passion for fashion

Barty party!

Picky penguins refuse fish

They said what?

Around the world • Brighton, England – Beachgoers at Brighton Beach in East Sussex try to find relief from the soaring 40 degree heatwave that swept the UK and Europe.

Rare Diana portrait

In brief

Leaving Ramsay Street

Jane’s eco Barbie

Dolly’s dream bus

Wiggling into rock history

Our skies

Great Scott! • Denise Scott searches for a highchair until one finds her.

Farewell to fan fave

Ben and Jen tie the knot

ARIARNE TITMUS ‘‘I’m happier than I’ve ever been” • Ahead of the Commonwealth Games, Ariarne Titmus invited The Weekly inside her home to meet the tight-knit family that is the secret to our green-and-golden girl’s success.

Catherine MOVES CENTRE STAGE • Since becoming the Duchess of Cambridge 11 years ago, Catherine’s rise has been slow and steady. But as her public role burgeons, the devoted mum of three is turning out to be the House of Windsor’s quiet star.

Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden

A BROKEN HEART • Cindy Gambino’s world was shattered when her three young sons were killed by their own father.Seventeen years later, at the age of just 50, she died of ...

Writing my own fairytale • Growing up with a disability in a world where she couldn’t see anyone else like her was lonely for Hannah Diviney. But today the activist reveals just how she finally found her voice and is helping to change things, one word at a time.

A legacy of love and loss • A baby gets a loving home, a couple completes their family. Surely adoption is a happy event? But for many – those giving up a child, the child and the families who welcome them – it can be a lifelong journey of searching and healing. With as many as one in 15 Aussies impacted by adoption, we meet a service offering hope.

‘I don’t feel any different from the first day I rode’ • In Tokyo last year, she was Australia’s oldest athlete, in any sport, ever to compete at the Olympic Games. But don’t tell Mary Hanna that. The equestrian champion insists that age is just a number, and the best is yet to come.

All THAT GLITTERS • Landmark castles, luxurious châteaux and trunks full of priceless jewellery and art. As ousted European royals fight for the return of their families’ lost fortunes, we go inside the high-stakes tussle.

Royal residences

GEORGE and ME • More than 20 years after the death of George Harrison, his wife, Olivia, is publishing a poetic memoir. At the stately home where they escaped Beatlemania, she remembers their life together.

The pampered life of pets • With an industry that is now generating billions, Aussie ‘pawrents’ are showering their fur babies with extravagant gifts, yoga classes, luxury hotel stays and unprecedented adoration – in life and in death.

A mother’s gift • In a time of personal loss, our columnist is reminded more than ever that laughter is the best medicine.

The beginning of a beautiful friendship • When you put two vulnerable groups of people together in a room, what happens? The third season of a critically acclaimed ABC documentary series pairs teens and seniors for a happier, healthier life.

‘He gave me his heart, I gave him a kidney’...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 204 Publisher: Are Media Pty Limited Edition: Sep 01 2022

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The Weekly is loved for its engaging features, delicious recipes and the best in beauty, fashion, homes, books and so much more.

Editor’s letter

Open line • “If you don’t like the road you’re walking, start paving another one!”

Bindi’s birthday wish

Women we love

Royal report

Mile high club

Finish this sentence … • Craig Reucassel is a panellist on quiz show-with-a-twist Win The Week, Wednesdays, 8pm on ABC.

A passion for fashion

Barty party!

Picky penguins refuse fish

They said what?

Around the world • Brighton, England – Beachgoers at Brighton Beach in East Sussex try to find relief from the soaring 40 degree heatwave that swept the UK and Europe.

Rare Diana portrait

In brief

Leaving Ramsay Street

Jane’s eco Barbie

Dolly’s dream bus

Wiggling into rock history

Our skies

Great Scott! • Denise Scott searches for a highchair until one finds her.

Farewell to fan fave

Ben and Jen tie the knot

ARIARNE TITMUS ‘‘I’m happier than I’ve ever been” • Ahead of the Commonwealth Games, Ariarne Titmus invited The Weekly inside her home to meet the tight-knit family that is the secret to our green-and-golden girl’s success.

Catherine MOVES CENTRE STAGE • Since becoming the Duchess of Cambridge 11 years ago, Catherine’s rise has been slow and steady. But as her public role burgeons, the devoted mum of three is turning out to be the House of Windsor’s quiet star.

Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden

A BROKEN HEART • Cindy Gambino’s world was shattered when her three young sons were killed by their own father.Seventeen years later, at the age of just 50, she died of ...

Writing my own fairytale • Growing up with a disability in a world where she couldn’t see anyone else like her was lonely for Hannah Diviney. But today the activist reveals just how she finally found her voice and is helping to change things, one word at a time.

A legacy of love and loss • A baby gets a loving home, a couple completes their family. Surely adoption is a happy event? But for many – those giving up a child, the child and the families who welcome them – it can be a lifelong journey of searching and healing. With as many as one in 15 Aussies impacted by adoption, we meet a service offering hope.

‘I don’t feel any different from the first day I rode’ • In Tokyo last year, she was Australia’s oldest athlete, in any sport, ever to compete at the Olympic Games. But don’t tell Mary Hanna that. The equestrian champion insists that age is just a number, and the best is yet to come.

All THAT GLITTERS • Landmark castles, luxurious châteaux and trunks full of priceless jewellery and art. As ousted European royals fight for the return of their families’ lost fortunes, we go inside the high-stakes tussle.

Royal residences

GEORGE and ME • More than 20 years after the death of George Harrison, his wife, Olivia, is publishing a poetic memoir. At the stately home where they escaped Beatlemania, she remembers their life together.

The pampered life of pets • With an industry that is now generating billions, Aussie ‘pawrents’ are showering their fur babies with extravagant gifts, yoga classes, luxury hotel stays and unprecedented adoration – in life and in death.

A mother’s gift • In a time of personal loss, our columnist is reminded more than ever that laughter is the best medicine.

The beginning of a beautiful friendship • When you put two vulnerable groups of people together in a room, what happens? The third season of a critically acclaimed ABC documentary series pairs teens and seniors for a happier, healthier life.

‘He gave me his heart, I gave him a kidney’...


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