The Australian Women's Weekly, NZ Edition, delivers hard-hitting news, gorgeous features, advice, inspirational stories and the best triple-tested recipes. It’s the ultimate magazine with something for everyone, while providing inspiration for women of all ages.
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HILARY BARRY “TRAUMA brought us CLOSER” • As she approaches her 25th wedding anniversary, the Seven Sharp host talks to Emma Clifton about the secrets to her marriage and why it wasn’t love at first sight with Mr B.
Harry THE AFTERSHOCK • When it came, Prince Harry’s howl of anguish proved deafening – a primal cry that echoed around the world attacking his loved ones with extreme allegations. Harry says he wants his family back, but as his father and brother absorb the pain and assess the damage, what on earth will happen next?
Royal insider • Behind palace gates with Juliet Rieden
MY MOTHER, MY HERO • When you think of Turia Pitt one word comes to mind: courage. But according to the inspirational burns survivor that’s a quality she was gifted from her mother, the equally dynamic Célestine Vaite.
Harry Connick Jr THE JAZZ SINGER • He’s a virtuoso jazz pianist, an old-school crooner, a natural actor, and he just might be the nicest guy in the world. Harry Connick Jr chats with The Weekly about the women who have stolen his heart, the times that have tried his faith and how kindness has seen him through.
From the farm to the FRONTLINE LISETTE’S LIFE LESSONS • Award-winning journalist and war correspondent Lisette Reymer reveals her journey from growing up in rural Cambridge to dodging missiles in Ukraine.
“It’s not all about perfect” • Ageing. It’s the six-letter word women in media have traditionally recoiled from. But for The Block Australia’s Shelley Craft, it’s important to not only embrace the marching tide, but to teach her two daughters to do the same.
RICH and DANGEROUS The Lord Lucan mystery • New clues to a decades-old murder among the British aristocracy have revealed an unexpected connection – and fuelled the hopes of the victim’s son, who speaks exclusively with The Weekly.
The sweet science of soulmates • You may think soulmates belong in cheesy love songs and romantic movies, but humans are hard-wired to seek deep, sustaining bonds, and they come in surprising shapes and sizes.
“I’ve freed my voice” • The recent uprising stirred painful memories of Saba Vasefi’s childhood in Iran, but it also ignited her passion to speak out for women who remain behind.
Aussie rulee • After years of raising kids here and learning the local lingo, it’s time to officially call Australia home.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s February guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Sail away • Cool white linen, stripes thrown over a swimsuit and a shady sunhat are essentials for a lazy day on the water, and will keep that summer vibe going long after sunset.
Summer beauty toolkit • Take a holiday from those heavy formulas and embrace the sunny-side-up solutions that will keep you sun-safe and glowing!
The vitamin verdict • Are supplements really necessary? We speak to the experts about which are worth taking.
Essential minerals • Macro minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, and trace minerals, such as zinc, iron and selenium, are vital for heart and brain function.
How to eat intuitively • Tuning into your body’s innate hunger and...