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Open line • “Each day comes bearing gifts. Untie the ribbon.” – ANN RUTH SCHABACKER
The Australian Women’s Weekly
Andie’s stride of pride
Women we love
Jamie Lee Curtis cements her legacy
Finish this sentence … • Myf Warhurst has written a memoir, Time of My Life (Hachette Australia), available now.
Lead ladies take London
Cancer can’t slow down Jane
Channel 10 gets Carried away
Give back with a Big Mac
Matches, hatches and dispatches
Around the world • Seoul, South Korea – A giant rubber duck has taken over the Seokchon Lake in Seoul and is part of the “Rubber Duck” series designed by Dutch visual artist Florentijn Hofman.
Back to the Future back together
A coin fit for a King
They said what?
Perry’s Foundation is here to stay
A star who forged her own path • Star of film, television and stage Angela Lansbury was a master of reinvention.
Great Scott! • Denise Scott has your backstage pass to the roller-coaster tour of the year.
Mum knows best, even in a crisis • Workers in the trenches of the domestic abuse crisis say it is crucial to listen to victims.
Isla No place like home • After spending two years in her much-loved Aussie homeland, Isla Fisher is gathering her family and preparing once again to take on the world.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
“I believe everything happens for a reason”- Ash Barty • She’s the proud Ngaragu woman who retired from tennis aged 25 playing the best game of her life. Back on home soil Ash Barty chats to The Weekly about the soaring highs and behind-the-scenes heartache revealed in her new memoir and how she hopes to inspire kids to chase their dreams.
If you’re a new parent you might assume that all the bouncers and bassinets you can buy in Australia comply with regulations. They often don’t. Welcome to the world of niche nursery products and baby influencers.
WOMEN OF THE FUTURE MEET our WINNER • Our Women of the Future winner, biochemist and entrepreneur Natassia Nicolao, is revolutionising skincare by creating beautiful products that use no water and leave no waste.
And the winner is ...
“The best year of my life” • She’s swapped city for country, adopted animals, married the love of her life, and learnt to take her foot off the accelerator since retiring as the Yellow Wiggle. Now Emma Watkins is sharing her next exciting chapter.
Is this what really happened inside the court of Harry & Meghan? • In his explosive new book, royal correspondent Valentine Low lifts the veil on the world of palace courtiers, including those working for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex where he found a cauldron of suspicion and bullying, in unexpected places.
It takes a village • When the good people of Gunnedah realised that local families fleeing domestic abuse had nowhere to run, they chipped in to build Allawah Cottage, a place of refuge.
GEENA DAVIS How I became a badass role model • When Geena Davis met Susan Sarandon on the set of cult film Thelma & Louise she entered girl power heaven. And making out with blond newcomer Brad Pitt was no hardship either, she reveals in her feisty new memoir.
HEART OF DARKNESS • From the slums of Brazil, Flordelis dos Santos de Souza rose to become an iconic, almost supernatural figure, adopting children in need, singing gospel, leading a religious movement – she was even elected to parliament. Why then has she now been accused of murder?