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Open line • “There are two ways to live. One as though nothing is a miracle. The other as if everything is.”
Sophie Delezio I’m marrying my best friend • It was the happily-ever-after moment the nation has always wanted for Sophie Delezio. The inspirational survivor reveals exclusively to The Weekly she happily said “yes” when her long-term love, Joseph Salerno, popped the question.
Your ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO THE Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla • From the jewels to the ceremony, the history and the family roles, here is everything you need to know.
JANE FONDA “Keep your girlfriends close!” • Jane Fonda has been married three times but says her best relationships are with women. In a candid interview, the Hollywood icon and activist talks about her difficult childhood, personal regrets and having fantastic fun behind the scenes on her new film.
OUT OF AFRICA with Mel & Talia • For decades Mel Doyle has used her profile to turn attention to a cause close to her heart. Now her 18-year-old daughter, Talia, joins her quest. They invite The Weekly to ride along on an eye-opening – and emotional – journey.
JOHN FARNHAM “He inspires us every day” • As John Farnham recovers from a battle with cancer, ahead of a new film about the legendary Australian singer’s life, family and friends share his deeply personal story with The Weekly.
Into the WILD • Much-loved author Tim Winton introduces us to Ningaloo, the awe-inspiring piece of Australia he holds closest to his heart.
Our HOSPITALS IN CRISIS • Australia’s hospitals were already stretched when COVID-19 hit. Now, our frontline health workers fear, the situation is critical.
The power of ONE • It’s the ultimate freedom, but it comes at a price – emotional and financial. The Weekly explores the highs and lows of living solo.
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On the trail of Marion Barter • How the clues to Australia’s most mysterious missing persons case were untangled by a devoted daughter and a team of amateur sleuths.
The woman behind the lens • In an age when only men held cameras, pioneering Australian Women’s Weekly staff photographer Adelie Hurley would break boundaries – and produce incredible imagery at the same time.
Flights of fancy • When our columnist and her hubby found themselves stuck in a boredom rut, an unexpected new hobby arrived to save the day.
My story “Love gave me wings” • As a tiny village girl in Tonga, Silva McLeod looked up at the sky and dreamed she could fly. Then she fell in love with an Aussie boy and all her dreams came true.
JUST DO IT! How to beat procrastination • It’s human nature to delay until tomorrow what should be done today. But does it make us happy? The Weekly asks the experts how to rein in our natural tendency to procrastinate and tick off that to-do list now!
Homecoming tour • When the prodigal son returns to the nest it’s all fun and games until it’s time to enter the laundry.
The capsule collection • All it takes are classic pieces to create the ultimate essential wardrobe that will be on high rotation this winter, and many more to come.
Mother’s Day gift guide • With this carefully curated selection of gifts, you’re bound to find something perfectly suited to say “I love you, Mum” when the big day arrives.
Hairskinification • Could a skincare routine for your scalp be the answer to stronger, healthier hair?
Va Va Shroom • Rich in antioxidants, mushrooms are magic when it comes to calming and brightening skin.
GUT REACTION • Want to live a...