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Mary’s green tour
Finish this sentence … • Soprano Emma Pearson performs in NZ Opera’s production of Mozart’s Così Fan Tutte, touring main cities from May 31.
Growing up royal
Aussie label triumphs in Katie v Katy fight
Barbie creates inclusive new doll
Around the world • India: This big, colourful dress rehearsal featured over 11,000 Bihu dancers, who prepared for the Rongali Bihu festival in Assam, which marks the start of the agricultural season.
LONG LIVE THE KING! • The historic crowning of King Charles III and Queen Camilla combined ancient medieval tradition and contemporary firsts in a moving display of ceremony, family and celebration.
“I’ve realised I’m a massive feminist!” • At school he struggled with dyslexia, so writing a kids’ book is a dream come true for Jamie Oliver. In an emotional interview, the TV chef reveals how he conquered his demons, why women rock his world and the thrill of marrying wife Jools all over again.
The man behind Edna • Wise, warm and witty, Barry brought us the venomous and caustic, yet wonderful, Dame Edna Everage. Barry’s best friend Kathy Lette talks about his legacy and her own close friendship with the comic genius.
‘Being different is a great thing!’ • The Kiwi skincare queen opens up about her humble beginnings, her determination to break the mould and her struggles with infertility.
Kate Ceb rano • After four decades in the music industry, Kate Ceberano’s still going strong. The singer talks about career highs and lows, and making peace with what might have been.
“BEING A WOMAN HERE IS A CRIME” • On a dangerous and shocking trip back to Afghanistan, investigative reporter Yalda Hakim discovers the terrifying realities of life as a woman under the new Taliban rule, and meets some brave schoolgirls who are fighting back.
THE NEW EXOWRORDS by WILCLIAM LANG LEIYSTS • Exorcism is on the rise, and not just on the religious fringe. Psychiatry remains sceptical, but priests are flocking to upskill in the Catholic Church’s 370-year-old ritual, and the Pope himself has declared that “the battle against evil is an emergency”.
The woman who made the sixties swing • She invented the miniskirt, enraged businessmen and would liberate a generation. Now a new documentary explores how revolutionary designer Dame Mary Quant created a legacy that changed the way the world dressed.
Precious memories • Mourning the loss of a family heirloom, Pat remembers why there should be no crying over shattered china.
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The Good life • The Weekly’s June guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Golden hour • Natural fibres, including organic cotton, silk and Merino wool, and reclaimed fabrics in a mix of earthy tones are the perfect accompaniment to winter dressing.
Facing THE CHANGE • From fatigue and stress, to bursts of anger, the mid-life menopausal years can be a hormonal rollercoaster for our skin. We chat to the experts about how to make it a smoother ride.
Love the skin you’re in • Skin changes in different life stages, so your product choices will too.
Beauty from within
For all skin types
The sweet life • Are you low on energy? Try these four simple hacks to avoid glucose spikes without dieting, counting calories or making drastic lifestyle...