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March 2023 In brief
Delta The view from the top • It’s 20 years since Delta Goodrem’s debut album, Innocent Eyes, broke records and catapulted her to international stardom. As she returns to the road to celebrate, she talks about the love – and loss – that’s propelled her journey.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
MURDER IN A MINESHAFT • Eight years ago, Jenny and Ray Kehlet went camping in remote Western Australia. They never returned. Their family is still waiting for answers.
45 YEARS PHOTOGRAPHING the ROYALS • Arthur Edwards is the veteran newspaper photographer who has spent his life capturing on- and off-duty portraits of the Windsors. In an exclusive interview he talks to The Weekly about his passion for the job, what the royals are really like and shares his favourite shots.
Just call me Cath • She’s married to Hollywood royalty, has hobnobbed with actual royalty and is one of the most recognisable faces on both big and small screens. But, The Weekly discovers, the girl from Wales is refreshingly down-to-earth despite her decades in the celebrity spotlight.
DOING GOOD differently • It takes a special type of woman to tackle injustice head-on. The Weekly travels from Arnhem Land to Melbourne to meet four courageous women who are making the world a better place.
THE barefoot ARISTOCRAT • The King is her godfather, her grandmother was the last vicereine of India, and her father was arguably England’s greatest 20th century designer. But India Hicks is very much her own woman.
Voice from the heart of Australia • As the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ camps settle into their corners, the women at the heart of the campaign for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament answer our most pressing questions and talk us through its rollercoaster ride to a referendum.
Your questions answered
MARRIED to the CULT • At 14, Stefanie Hinrichs was forced to marry a cult leader. At 22 she fled with her child, and brought one of Australia’s most dangerous sexual predators to justice. Now she talks exclusively to The Weekly.
RENÉE GEYER 1953-2023 “Say I love you”
Bedtime tales • Recuperating from her Olympic-worthy gymnastic injury, our columnist awakes to find a horror story unfolding in the downstairs quarters.
The wind beneath her wings • Anne Lewis is an aviation pioneer who broke the glass ceiling and then flew higher. Now 97, she tells The Weekly there have been a few close calls but she wouldn’t swap her years as a pilot for anything.
LET’S DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN … • Fifty years after Frank-N-Furter first strutted his fishnets, Nell Campbell, Jim Sharman and Kate Fitzpatrick take us back to the London attic where The Rocky Horror Show was born.
12 steps to kindness • A life-altering injury and the unexpected death of her partner set Kath Koschel on a journey to explore how kindness – both to ourselves and others – can transform the world. She shares her crucial building blocks.
My life among the lions • Sydney-born Jan Latta built a successful career in advertising and publishing before an encounter with a gorilla sent her on a journey of discovery and joy.
Best in class • Upgrading the McDermott fridge had an even better pay-off when it came to the kids returning to school.
Into the weekend • Embark on a late summer style odyssey in dresses, swimwear and separates perfect for balmy days, plus cover-ups for when the temperature cools.
Hybrid heroes • Is it make-up or is it skincare? Meet...