The Australian Women's Weekly Magazine - September 2023
The Australian Women's Weekly Magazine - September 2023
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In this issue
Anna Torv home is where my heart is
Award-winning actor Anna Torv has spent most of her adult life overseas but as she stars in a second series of hit TV drama The Newsreader, she is back home in Australia and loving it
Is your home making you sick?
A long wet weather spell in recent years has left a new health problem in its wake: Toxic mould
Mum's secret life
When a mystery photo appeared at her mother's funeral, Amelia Oberhardt embarked on a 12-year quest to fight through a veil of shame and find out the truth about her family's past
The invisible woman
Our columnist discovers that after women hit a certain age, it can become a matter of being heard and not seen
AI The good, the bad, and the downright terrifying
Everybody knows the story of Superman. How a baby from another world is found and adopted by a humble farming couple who discover the boy possesses incredible powers
Luxury escapes, free-flowing champagne and a life of endless possibilities.... That's what the Courtenay House Investment Group promised its investors. Instead, Australia's biggest Ponzi scheme sold them a house of cards, and some victims lost everything
Learning to let a go
After her eldest son quit uni to head to parts unknown, Kylie Gillies was forced to confront a new chapter. She reveals the emotional roller-coaster her family faced - and how she learned mother may not always know best.
Denise Scott "I want to live"
Battling cancer over the past six months has wrung almost every drop of energy, creativity and joy from Denise Scott. But not her sense of humour. Our favourite funny lady is back to reveal how she has tackled her greatest challenge to date
OUT OF THE ASHES
Stephanie Browitt lost her father and sister in the deadly White Island volcano eruption, and when she was evacuated with burns to 70 per cent of her body, doctors feared they'd lose her too. Today she speaks about finding inner courage and purpose, and her mum, Marie, breaks her silence in support of her brave, beautiful girl
Behind Palace gates with Juliet kieden
Maggie Tabberer "Do something you love"
For 15 years, Maggie Tabberer was The Weekly’s doyenne of fashion. Of course, she was already a household star and here, with a new shoot to celebrate our 90th birthday, Maggie reminisces about her favourite photographer and a life of “luck and love”
The power of connection
Relationships shift and change as we walk through life, but maintaining friendships and making new connections is vital for our wellbeing.
Money matters with Effie
When you were young, your parents probably sat you down for the \"birds and the bees\" lalk. If your parents are getting older it may be time to sit them down for an equally awkward conversation: Money.
Spotlight on Canberra
No matter what the season, the national capital has an alluring energy, from floral displays to art.
If you're looking for a destination that's unlike any other, the magnificent Flinders Ranges in South Australia are the answer.
Cooking for one
This tasty stir-fry is great if you're watching your carb intake. For a more substantial meal add noodles or steamed rice.
No fuss one-pan dinners
Midweek cooking needs to be effortless and these three simple recipes require minimal preparation yet the results are tasty and satisfying.
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 ...
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.
The LAST WAVE
When Aussie surf star Owen Wright suffered concussion and a brain haemorrhage in 2015, few people thought he’d surf again, let alone win an Olympic medal. And he might not have if his family hadn’t helped him through.
Meet the real SAM KERR
She's as notorious for her attitude to privacy off the pitch as she is for her skill on it. But when The Weekly lands an interview with hard-to-pin-down Sam Kerr ahead of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the soccer sensation reveals the reason why she believes silence is golden.
A golden age
At 50, Marta Dusseldorp is glowing with creativity. Motherhood, she says, has made her a better actor while moving to Tasmania has sparked her greatest challenge yet.
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.
As The Weekly’s royal correspondent and books editor, it doesn’t get better than an invite to Queen Camilla’s inaugural literary festival at Hampton Court Palace.
Fostering a happy home
There are nightmare stories around welcoming a foster child into your home and it's deterred many potential carers. But, says one happy family, with the right support, a wonderful and enriching relationship can begin.
Spotlight on Kyushu Island
Stunning scenery, unique dining and hot springs aplenty in Japan.
Life's a beach
Vietnam is renowned for its rich history, buzzing cities, natural beauty and unique cuisine. But it’s also becoming an alluring destination for luxury resort stays.
Money matters with Effie
With rising interest rates making mortgage stress surge, there are some things you can do to take the financial pressure down. Here are a few options that may help ease the burden.
Home sweet home with Wendy Moore
As a self-confessed Francophile, kitchen designer Dominique McAdam’s home is packed with clever ideas to steal, and you don’t need to head to France to get the look – although, let’s be honest, it couldn’t hurt!
Crunchy on the outside, soft and fluffy inside, these cheesy potatoes are just the ticket to take your next roast or barbecue to a new level.
The Australian Women's Weekly Magazine Description:
Publisher: Are Media
Category: Women's Interest
The Australian Women's Weekly is a monthly women's magazine that was first published in 1933. It is published by Are Media and is Australia's leading women's magazine.
The Australian Women's Weekly features articles on a variety of topics, including fashion, beauty, health, relationships, cooking, and parenting. It also features interviews with celebrities and inspiring women.
Here are some of the features of The Australian Women's Weekly Magazine:
* Fashion: The Australian Women's Weekly features the latest fashion trends from Australia and around the world. It also features interviews with fashion designers and models.
* Beauty: The Australian Women's Weekly features beauty tips and tricks from top makeup artists and hairstylists. It also features product reviews and interviews with celebrities about their beauty routines.
* Health: The Australian Women's Weekly features articles on health, fitness, and nutrition. It also features interviews with health experts and celebrities about their health and wellness tips.
* Relationships: The Australian Women's Weekly features articles on relationships, dating, and sex. It also features advice columns from relationship experts.
* Cooking: The Australian Women's Weekly features recipes for delicious and nutritious meals. It also features interviews with celebrity chefs and food writers.
* Parenting: The Australian Women's Weekly features articles on parenting, child development, and education. It also features interviews with parenting experts and celebrities about their experiences as parents
* Inspiring women: The Australian Women's Weekly features stories about inspiring women, such as entrepreneurs, athletes, and artists. These stories are designed to motivate and empower readers.
If you are interested in fashion, beauty, health, relationships, cooking, parenting, and inspiring women, then The Australian Women's Weekly is a great magazine for you. It is a stylish and informative magazine that will keep you entertained and informed.
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