Australian Women’s Weekly NZ5 min de lecture
The Show Must Go On!
The year is 1941 and Soho is ablaze. Piccadilly Circus is bathed in a bright orange glow as German planes roar overhead dropping more bombs into the furnace. An incendiary crashes through the roof of some stables near Great Windmill Street, engulfing
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ5 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Home Comforts
SERVES 4 PREP + COOK TIME 3 HOURS 30 MINUTES 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil1 medium (1.5kg) cauliflower1 large onion (200g), cut into thin wedges800ml coconut milk2 cups (500ml) gluten-free vegetable stock6 kaffir lime leaves½ cup (75g) roasted
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ2 min de lecture
Editor’s Letter
As humans, we love to “put something in a box”. We love to take people or situations and neatly label them with assumption. We all do it, as much as we’d like to think we don’t. On a fundamental level, it is the way we are wired. And with good reason
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ2 min de lecture
Get Glam
The first step is to get rid of clutter, as glamorous interiors are very pared back. Take inspiration from hotel rooms – the have the necessities in terms of furniture, and everything has a purpose. The trick is in the layering of fixed materials bef
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About The Author
Best-selling author Nikki Gemmell was born and raised in Keiraville, Wollongong. “It’s on the slope of the wildly beautiful Mt Keira. The bush was my backyard. I’m a proud ’gong girl,” she says. “Both my parents left school early. Dad was a coalminer
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lectureCooking, Food & Wine
Cooking For One
SERVES 1 (WITH LEFTOVERS) PREP + COOK TIME 25 MINUTES 400g can butter beans, rinsed and well drained1 tablespoon store boughtpesto, plus extra to serve2 teaspoons dijon mustard180g skinless salmon fillet, cooked and flaked2/3 cup (50g) dried bread c
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Cooking Class Jambalaya In A Jikky
SERVES 4 PREP + COOK TIME 55 MINUTES (+ STANDING TIME) 1/4 cup (60ml) extra virgin olive oil4 (800g) chicken thighs cutlets250g cured chorizo sausage, sliced2 medium (300g) brown onions, chopped3-4 cloves garlic, crushed2 (300g) celery stalks trimme
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
A Matching Set:
Cruz Hewitt is following in his famous father’s footsteps, racking up another tennis win – this time at the under-12 boys’ clay court championship. Proud dad Lleyton posted a cry of victory: “C’mon!”
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ2 min de lectureSocial Science
Melinda And Bill Call It Quits
Twenty-seven years after Bill Gates filled the whiteboard in his bedroom with the pros and cons of proposing to his girlfriend Melinda French, one of the world’s most influential marriages is over. Bill and Melinda announced they were divorcing in a
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Finish This Sentence …
If I wasn’t a musician, I’d be a … Bum?! I have no back-up profession in mind for me. My next album is inspired by… My life experiences over the past five years. So much has happened that I’ve had to process, and now these things sit on my heart to
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ8 min de lecture
The Great Flood Of 1852
Wild wind and torrential rain thrash the Bradley home. The pitter-patter of the first drops to fall has been quickly replaced with a pelting that hits the windows so hard they risk smashing. Wagadhaany shivers with fear as a bitterly cold draught com
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
This Month I’m…
Setting Up Camp: The Soldier’s Tale. Composed by Igor Stravinsky in 1918, and designed to be read, played and danced, it’s a beautiful collaboration between the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and the Royal New Zealand Ballet. My love of all things F
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ5 min de lecture
Great Read
The Ripping Tree by Nikki Gemmell, HarperCollins Nikki Gemmell first conceived of this, her great Australian novel, more than a decade ago. “I was living in London, dreaming of the tall blue skies of home,” she tells The Weekly . “I moved back to Au
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ2 min de lecture
Around The World
Frost bite Anti-frost candles burn in a vineyard in France after the worst cold snap in decades devastated 80 per cent of the country’s vineyards. Rhone Valley and Bordeaux were two of the many regions affected, the frost delivering another painful b
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Australian Women's Weekly NZ
Editor-at-Large Sarah Henry Editor Sebastian van der Zwan Art Director Mirella Monteiro Designers Demelza Callesen, Béla Trussell-Cullen, Alice Bush Chief Sub-Editor Denise Bowden ADVERTISING Sales Director Rachel McLean Commercial Brand Manager Brid
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
They Said What?
“He should be in bed – he’s 83.” Olivia Colman talking about Oscar winner Sir Anthony Hopkins missing the ceremony. “Madam Speaker, Madam Vice-President. No President has ever said those words from this podium…and it’s about time.” President Joe
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Dry Chat
For women experiencing vaginal dryness, says Dr Talat, the discomfort and knock-on emotional effects are considerable. “The area can feel irritated, intercourse can become painful, and when you are not aroused in the same way as before, this also bec
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
The Bookshelf
Dux was a devout Catholic who in adulthood questioned her church until, on a family holiday in Rome, her daughter asks to be baptised. Before the award-winning The Dictionary of Lost Words, Pip Williams wrote this family memoir set under a Tuscan
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Women Win Big!
Chloé Zhao (right) brought a triumphant end to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy, claiming an historic Best Director win for Nomadland – which also took out Best Picture – but was censored in her birth country China, where there was a news blackout. Wom
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ4 min de lecture
The Base Rules For Mature Skin
We’ve come a long way since German actor Carl Baudin created flesh-coloured greasepaint to conceal the joint between his wig and forehead in the early 1900s. Today, a great foundation formula has the power to enhance your complexion, boost your confi
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ9 min de lecture
What Women Really Want
The premise of the book is problematic at best: a sociopathic, albeit handsome, Sicilian crime boss, with a penchant for throat-clutching sex play, kidnaps a “feisty” hotel sales exec and gives her 365 days to fall in love with him. Inexplicably, she
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ3 min de lecture
Singing The Same Tune
Our little grandsons Finnegan and Luca are coming to play, and they’ll be here soon. The corridor outside our door is something of an echo chamber, so we’ll hear them coming. So will everyone else in the building. I check the “emergency treat” supply
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ2 min de lecture
Wise Words
Every now and then, brands tackle the beauty vernacular. The magazine I worked on in New York banned the word “anti-ageing” many years ago. It was quite inconvenient given that most of the products we wrote about were formulated to improve ageing ski
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lectureRegional & Ethnic
Side Kicks
SERVES 4 AS A SIDE. PREP + COOK TIME 15 MINUTES 1/3 cup (80ml) extra virgin olive oil2 tablespoons lemon juice1 teaspoon finely grated lemon rind1 small clove garlic, crushed750g broccoli150g marinated goat’s cheese chilli flakes, for serving 1 Wh
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ7 min de lecture
My Story The Day I Lost My Mind … And How I Found It Again
I’m back at last … back to how I was before I lost my mind. Sitting in the tranquil Daintree Rainforest in Far North Queensland, I roll a ball of black sapote ice-cream around my mouth, feeling all the terrible anxiety I’ve carried for the last year
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Try Now
Tatcha The Silk Canvas Protective Primer, $88; Trinny London Miracle Blur, $52. Trinny London BFF Eye, $52; By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra Concealer, $93 Trinny London The Right Light Highlighter, $48 Nars Light Reflecting Pressed Setting Powder, $63 ■
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Ace Your Base
Revlon ColorStay Light Cover Foundation, $38, has pomegranate extract to boost hydration and a formula that lets you build coverage where you need it most. Clinique Even Better Clinical Serum Foundation, $67, has hyaluronic acid, salicylic acid and
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lecture
Country Chic
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Royal Insider
“I will miss my Grandpa, but I know he would want us to get on with the job,” said Prince William in his telling tribute just days after the death of Prince Philip. And certainly, after the dignified pomp and heart-rending solemnity of the Duke of Ed
Australian Women’s Weekly NZ1 min de lectureDesign
Beauty News
Autumn’s easiest beauty swap? Trade summery gloss for nude lips. The trick to finding the perfect shade for your skin tone is choosing a hue that takes the natural blush of your lips just down a notch. For nude novices, start with a stain and build f
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