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Margot’s retro makeover
Finish this sentence … • Microbiologist Siouxsie Wiles features in the documentary Ms Information as part of the New Zealand International Film Festival, kicking off July 19 nationwide.
Watts a pretty bride
Kylie did it again
The view from above
They said what?
Windsor treasures auctioned
Fergie’s close call
Jane’s wild side
Around the world
Revealing the VERY REAL ROBYN MALCOLM • Having lost her ego but not her vanity at age 58, the iconic Kiwi actress opens up to writer Wendyl Nissen about surviving menopause, doing her own stunts and avoiding her taxes.
Royal insider • Behind palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Princess Catherine’s family values • Protecting her children from the potentially damaging slings and arrows of royal life comes first for the new Princess of Wales, whose popularity is soaring as she focuses on nurturing under-fives, despite criticism from online trolls.
LAURA’S LIFE LESSONS ‘I like to solve my own problems’ • TV star Laura Tupou opens up about losing her father at a young age, her surprise career change and how she found the love of her life.
LIFESTYLES OF THE RICH AND FAITHFUL • As the scandal-plagued Hillsong Church lurches through another annus horribilis, founding members have thrown up their hands and walked away.
A golden age • At 50, A Place to Call Home star Marta Dusseldorp is glowing with creativity. Motherhood has made her a better actor, while moving to Tasmania has sparked her greatest challenge yet.
KING AND COUNTRY • It could be a plot point from Monty Python’s Holy Grail but it’s only too real. In the castles, factories and beer halls of small-town Germany, a new movement of conspiracy theorists and far-right royalists is threatening to topple the republic.
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“There’s nowhere in the world I’d rather be” • Girlie Goody has run her Central Queensland cattle property solo for 45 years, battling through drought, disbelieving bank managers and broken bones. And in this tough environment, she’s thrived, blazing a trail for women on the land.
The place where mothers rule • In the far north-east of India, a market created and run exclusively by women has become a haven for mothers and children, an economic boon for the community and a formidable political force.
How to HACK YOUR PREHISTORIC BRAIN • Ever wondered why it’s so hard to walk past your favourite ice-cream parlour or resist an online sale? Human brains weren’t built for the 21st century. But there is a solution…
Cruise control • When Pat and the MOTH head off on an adventure, the kids write a to-do list – to be checked twice!
The Good life • The Weekly’s August guide to fashion, food, beauty, homes and good health
Into the blue • It’s the fashion powerhouse that’s been a wardrobe staple for generations. This season, denim stars in new-style jeans, jackets and dresses.
The future of facials • The latest facial treatments are less about candlelit pampering and more focused on serious results with science fiction-like tech.
Tool time • The DIY gadgets for salon-like treatments at home. Gains aren’t made overnight, so persistence is key!
ALL EYES ON YOU • It’s a cold, hard fact: Women are more likely to go blind than men. The good...