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The Australian Women's Weekly
Mary cruises to victory
Women we love
Dream weaver wins
A new generation of blue
Happy birthday Beatrice
They said what?
Farewell to the girl-next-door • The Seekers singer Judith Durham will be remembered for her unique, soulful voice.
Vote for Lolo
People pick Samuel
Finish this sentence … • Rodger Corser is portraying Dr Richard “Harry” Harris in Netflix series Thai Cave Rescue, premiering September 22.
Around the world • France The Loire River’s water levels have decreased as France experiences an intense drought brought on by the heatwave across the region.
Great Scott! • Denise Scott might have a pooch or two in her purse at next year’s Logies.
Star baby news
Canines hang 10
The Keaton family stone
It takes a village
MAGIC NEWTON-JOHN • Olivia Newton-John and The Weekly have worked closely together since the 1960s. In heartfelt conversations with her friends and family, and those whose lives she touched personally through her work with cancer, we honour the gifts she has left, the loss we’ve all felt and the way forward, carrying her legacy of “love, light and hope” into the future.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
WOMEN OF THE FUTURE MEET our FINALISTS • Cleaning up the beauty industry, delivering sustainable energy to the Pilbara and a support network for rural mothers. The inspiring 2022 Women of the Future finalists are boldly changing the world.
“It’s not all about perfect” • Aging. It’s the five letter word women in media have traditionally recoiled from. But for Shelley Craft it’s important to not only embrace the marching tide but to teach her two daughters to do the same.
I WILL SURVIVE • As a child, Jeni Haynes developed multiple personalities to protect her from her father’s sadistic abuse. Now, after bringing her father to justice in a historic court case, Jeni and her 2500 alters have found freedom.
Friends in need • On a farm just outside Melbourne retired racehorses and children in need build special connections and heal hearts.
Let’s call the whole thing off • When Rupert Murdoch married Jerry Hall, the media tycoon declared himself the “luckiest man in the world”. Then six years later, out of the blue, he wanted a divorce. Friends, and apparently even the supermodel herself, are baffled. So what went wrong?
All in the family • While moving out was once considered a rite of passage, for these three families a return to multi-generational living has led to a host of happy benefits.
CULT of the CRYPTO QUEEN • Evil genius or a victim of her own ambition? The glamorous and mysterious Dr Ruja Ignatova is accused of taking billions from her followers by promising them a digital currency that would change their lives. Then she vanished off the face of the earth.
Three sisters • Gentle, imaginative, observant, Cressida Campbell is one of Australia’s most-loved living artists. She’s weathered both health and personal storms in recent years, but is now ready to face new challenges, thanks in part to her bold, brilliant, loyal sisters.
Sisters of the hearte • In a tiny town in Sicily in 1998, two babies were accidentally swapped at birth – and no one discovered the mistake until the girls met in kindergarten. It could have been tragic, but their parents devised a warm-hearted solution.
Best in show • Adding a dash of this and a pinch of that has finally seen our columnist rise to the top in a competitive field.