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Open line • “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” – WINSTON CHURCHILL
It takes a village • Some of us need a little extra help to truly shine. Happily for mother Emma Rowe, she found a whole community of support.
Judi Age is just a number and some days I choose to be 20! • At 88, actor and global treasure Dame Judi Dench is as sharp as a tack and full of naughty fun. In an exclusive interview she talks about her lucky life, the essential joy of friends and family and the thrill of new projects, like her topical new film, Allelujah.
The Crown Prince Couple’s Passage to India • Mary and Frederik wow on their first joint visit to the “magnificent” nation.
‘I asked myself, why am I still not happy?’-Julia Morris • She’s renowned for her quickfire comedy and endless confidence. But when the cameras are off, a very different version of Julia Morris appears. In a candid interview, the newly single comic reveals how she’s navigated divorce while raising children and the personal awakenings she’s had along the way.
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
“Farming is in our blood” • When Josie Clarke’s dad, Glen, was injured in an horrific road accident, it looked as if their lives on the land would end. But Glen wasn’t prepared to give up the family farm, and his daughter has inherited his determination.
TINA TURNER “Australia means so much to me” • As the musical of her life story comes to our shores, iconic rock goddess Tina Turner talks about the day she finally broke free from her abusive marriage, the power of faith and meeting her soulmate.
The family that shaped Camilla • As Britain prepares for an historic coronation, royal biographer Christopher Wilson delves into the Queen Consort’s family heritage and the tragic death of a beloved uncle.
Hello, my name is Sam Neill • In his hilarious and candid memoir Sam Neill talks about arriving in Australia, trying to kiss Judy Davis and, with his new friend the divine Meryl Streep, meeting a bolshy Bob Hawke.
For 30 years, the families and friends of victims have lived in the shadow of the Frankston Serial Killer. • Now, as parole becomes a real possibility, they tell The Weekly why they believe Paul Denyer’s life sentence should be for life, and a dangerous murderer should not walk free.
The building blocks of love • As a new series of Lego Masters readies to air, we meet the woman behind ‘the Brickman’ – and learn how their beginning laid the foundation for a romance built to last.
Is this the most toxic man on Earth? • Andrew Tate is the most famous man you’ve never heard of. With millions of followers, he’s polluting our boys’ minds with a world view that’s sexist, racist and violent. And that’s just the beginning ...
Bouncing back • This Easter, a remote community in the Central Desert is celebrating the successful return of one of Australia’s favourite native mammals.
Our Miss Michelangelo • The diminutive, demure Daphne Mayo became Australia’s leading sculptor through sheer force of character, unrivalled talent and understanding the value of publicity. Rifling through the archives, we remember the artist – and uncover long-hidden secrets.
Capital gains • A weekend away in Canberra puts some perspective into the meaning of middle-aged.
My story “I came as a teacher – instead I was the student” • Sydney teacher Sarah Donnelley didn’t know what to expect when she took a job in a small town far from home. What she found was the warm embrace of a big-hearted community.
The long goodbye • When Ruff...