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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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ
Kate’s vision blooms
Sharing the screen
Art under the sea
Blue Ivy takes the stage
A legend and survivor
Ex-billionaire fraudster enters prison
Screen queen turns 90
Martha bares (almost) all
Yes we Cannes!
Around the world
Hayley Holt “Mum taught me how to love” • The beloved broadcaster and her mother Robin talk to writer Sophie Neville about the special bond they share and why there’s no such thing as the perfect parent
EXPERT STYLE IS JUST A CLICK AWAY
Royal insider • Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
‘I know we’ll be together forever’ • After years of juggling work schedules and interstate abodes, Andy Allen and his wife, Alex, have found a place to call home. They share their journey with The Weekly.
The SISTERHOOD • Miranda and Gracie Otto have both earned stellar places in the performing arts. Now for the first time they’re collaborating on a thrilling new series, and chatting with The Weekly about family ties.
Where life imitates art • A fun TV drama series about young girls training to be geisha in contemporary Japan has become a surprise global hit. But do Kyoto’s maiko houses, where teens leave their mobile phones at the door to become apprentices in a classical art form, really still exist?
STALKED BY A STRANGER • Journalist and mother Nicole Madigan was minding her own business at a school cricket match when a perfect stranger set out to ruin her life.
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Turning tragedy into purpose • When Michelle Moriarty’s partner died shockingly young, he left her with two small children and an enormous hole in her life. Yet the determined social worker found a way to help not just herself, but many others left floundering in grief.
My Friend Anne Frank • In 1933, Hannah Pick-Goslar and her family fled Nazi Germany to live in Amsterdam. There, she struck up a beautiful friendship with a girl named Anne Frank. Then their lives abruptly changed forever. This is their story.
Flight of fancy • When the travel bug hits it can be all-consuming. But it never takes long to realise all roads lead home.
The Good life • The Weekly’s July guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Shades of style • Warm up your winter look with a spin on one of the hottest seasonal trends; be it an earth-toned classic or a bright and bold newcomer.
Brown is the new black • From rich chocolate to barely tinted beige, these varied hues will easily work back with your existing wardrobe.
Get back to nature • Be in full bloom with floral prints and accessories.
Check mate • Add colour and variety to an outfit with this timeless pattern.
All is bright • Stand out with block colours and simple shapes.
Seeing red • Lipstick has the power to lift our mood – and this season, we’re reaching for red.
COOL vs WARM • The best red shade depends on your colouring, says Sarah Laidlaw.
The perfect lip • Make-up artist and the founder of Holme Beauty, Hilary Holmes, shares her tips for a longer-lasting lip:
Change of heart • It may come as a surprise to learn that the single biggest killer of women in New Zealand is heart disease. At least two Kiwi women die from a heart attack every day. Do you know the signs?
The cardiac cheat sheet:
The top 8 risk...