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What’s In Season TOMATOES
PREP + COOK TIME 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES (+ COOLING) MAKES 16 (+ EXTRA TOMATOES) 2kg roma tomatoes1 garlic bulb8 fresh thyme sprigs4 fresh rosemary sprigs2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil, plus extra, to drizzle1 tsp caster sugar½ cup (80g) Kalamata olives,
New Zealand Woman’s Weekly4 min de lecturePopular Culture & Media Studies
BRITNEY’S COME BACK I Won’t Stop Till I’m Free
It was heartbreaking to watch – a young, talented and wildly successful superstar suffering through a very public mental breakdown. As Britney Spears shaved her own head in a hairdressing salon, attacked a photographer’s car with an umbrella and lost
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Rewriting the pain JEHAN’S JOURNEY OF HEALING
It was during a busy work trip to Wellington that award-winning TV journalist Jehan Casinader paused to open a text from a colleague asking, “Have you heard about Greg Boyed?” Jehan clicked into a news site and the sick feeling in his stomach melted
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Helpline Information
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Light up YOUR LIFE
• Pendant light• Thick rope• Sharp scissors• Light globe It may look tricky, but it couldn’t be simpler to take an everyday pendant light from ordinary to an original style statement. All you need is rope! STEP 1 Position the base of the pendant li
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FRENCH Kisses
MAKES 24 (1 QUANTITY) PREP 40 MINUTES STAND 1 HOUR CHILL 15 MINS COOK 35 MINS (+ COOLING) 12/3 cups icing sugar12/3 cups ground almonds (almond meal)4 egg whitesPinch cream of tartar¼ cup caster sugar130g white cooking chocolate, broken into pieces
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DESIGN A Herb Garden
Fancy being your own greengrocer? Herbs and salad greens are easy to grow at home, even in an apartment, so long as you have a balcony. If you want to grow more than a few types, you can plant your herbs directly into a wire stand and the vertical ar
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Book Club
Want to make When the Apricots Bloom your next book club read? Here are some talking points to kick off the discussion: • If you were in Huda’s position, how would you have responded to the orders from the secret police? Should she feel guilty for he
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Helpline Information
Need to talk? 1737 – free call or text 24/7 to talk to a trained counsellor Lifeline – 0800 543 354 Depression Helpline – 0800 111 757 Suicide Crisis Helpline – 0508 828 865 (0508 TAUTOKO) Healthline – 0800 611 116 Samaritans – 0800 726 666 Inf
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MEGHAN & HARRY’S BABY BLISS Our perfect new beginning
It’s one of the most initimate and tender photos we’ve ever seen of members of the royal family, and it beautifully portrays Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s joy at the news they’re having another baby. A romantic black-and-white shot of
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Those Were The DAYS
Popular television personalities Allyson Gofton and Jude Dobson reflected on their fast friendship on the September 26, 2019 cover of the Weekly. Years before they met, the country assumed the pair were great co-workers because Allyson’s Food in a
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LOVE YOUR peppermint
It is known for its fresh scent, minty taste and cooling sensation, but peppermint is also a strong aromatic herb with a long list of medicinal uses. Native to Europe and Asia, peppermint is cultivated in many countries and has been used since ancien
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Overnight FIXERS
Slinking into some silk for the night doesn’t have to be limited to your pyjamas. A silk pillowcase and hair accessories are great options for not only limiting crease lines on your face when you wake, but also are kinder to skin and hair with way le
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New Zealand Woman's Weekly
EDITOR: Marilynn McLachlan DEPUTY EDITOR: Karyn Henger STAFF WRITER: Rebekah Hebenton CHIEF SUB-EDITOR: Denise Bowden ART DIRECTOR: Mirella Monteiro DESIGNERS: Alice Bush, Béla Trussell-Cullen, Demelza Callesen CONTRIBUTORS: Donna Fleming, Elise Wils
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CELEB Roomies
It may seem like a dream to live with Brad Pitt, 57, but after reading Jason’s memoir, you might think differently. Reflecting on his time living with the Ad Astra star, the 51-year-old says, “We lived on ramen noodles and generic beer – the kind tha
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Wise women QUIZ
1 Anne Frank wrote her diary while in hiding in which city? 2 What nationality was Mother Teresa? 3 Suffragist Kate Sheppard appears on which of our bank notes? 4 Which Hollywood actress of the 1930s, ‘40s and ‘50s was also an inventor who develop
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A Wilde Love Nest!
The whirlwind romance continues for Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde, who were spotted moving in together last week. Shortly after returning to Los Angeles, having finished work on their film, the 36-year-old actress-turned-director was seen at the hous
New Zealand Woman’s Weekly2 min de lectureCookbooks, Food, & Wine
SHOW Or Stow?
• Deep drawers hide big pans and serving dishes perfectly. • Consider kickboards that open up to accommodate oversized platters, chopping boards and baking trays. Clever, huh? • If you’re planning a new kitchen, go for adjustable shelves inside your
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Over the TEACUPS
A siren sounded behind a motorist friend and she pulled over. “Madam, you were exceeding the speed limit,” the traffic officer informed her sternly. “Please show me your driver’s licence.” Friend frantically rummaged in her handbag, but no licence co
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MIRANDA & THOMASIN Their Daring New Roles
Thomasin McKenzie is used to walking red carpets in glamorous gowns and starring beside Hollywood greats like Scarlett Johansson, but it’s the simple pleasures in life, like lemony chickpea soup, that keep the young Kiwi actress happy. Chatting from
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BELLE OF The Ball
For a while there, it felt like 2021 was going to be a relatively normal year. There was that glorious summer when we’d waved off the kids to music festivals over Christmas and New Year. Auckland basked in the glory of the America’s Cup yacht racing
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Playing FAVOURITES
I took my baby granddaughter to the zoo, though I knew it was a waste of time from the baby’s point of view. I’ve accompanied many babies to the zoo over the years and I’m yet to catch any of them taking much notice of the animals. Nor, on this last
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WINNER’S Circle
With six nominations, this film about screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his development of the Citizen Kane screenplay is the frontrunner of the night and a gorgeous homage to classic cinema. Regina King earned a nomination for her directorial d
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TOAST OF The Town
The problem with success stories is they can make the rest of us look like failures. I mean, I know that’s not the point. The point, in theory, is they will inspire us, dare us to dream and also give us hot tips for mapping our very own road to victo
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Old-time LIFE HACKS
When making cakes for school lunches and for everyday use, bake in a loaf tin. This makes it easier to get even slices – no more awkward hunks! – D. To make it easier for an invalid to read the newspaper in bed, fasten a safety pin through the centr
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Man Behind The Lens
The intimate photo Harry and Meghan chose to use with their baby announcement was taken by their good friend, acclaimed photographer Misan Harriman, who did a great job of shooting them in their California garden considering he was in the UK. Misan s
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From The Editor
As I write this, Auckland is at COVID-19 alert level two, while the rest of New Zealand is at alert level one. We have been here before and will no doubt be here again, but each time it feels unsettling as we wait for 1pm news conferences as well as
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Fashion Stockists
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Shop WINDOW
Freeze 750ml rosé in a large snap-lock bag overnight. Pound with a rolling pin to break up. Process with sorbet in a blender until a slushie consistency. Divide between 8 glasses. Serve with strawberries and raspberries, if desired. Since the 1990s
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Wife Cut Out Of Larry’s Will
It’s only been a month since the sad passing of legendary broadcaster Larry King, but things are already starting to turn dramatic over his estate. It has been revealed that Larry had made a secret amendment to his will that completely cut out his es
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