Out of the box
Sarah Jane Adams is a walking contradiction, inspiring admiration in some; confusion or distaste in others. And that’s just how this outspoken character likes it.
Would you pay $70 million for this digital file?
Is it the new pop art? Or is it the hoax of the century? Welcome to the mysterious, multimillion-dollar digital art world.
What women really want
Regency soft porn has pulses racing, dodgy S&M books are flying off the shelves and sex toy sales are booming. Does the craze for passionate pop culture hint at the real-life desires of modern women?
Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
Judi There is nothing like this Dame
The show has always gone on for Dame Judi Dench, who even in COVID lockdown created TikTok videos with her grandson. Now, she’s back on the silver screen in a role that reminded her of her wartime childhood.
The baby of your dreams
Since the first test-tube baby was born, people have been fascinated by the idea of designer babies. Now, the reality – and the threat – of genetically modified humans is closer than ever before.
My father the murderer
When Nina Young discovered that her father was a killer and her mum had kept it secret, her world imploded. Here mother and daughter talk to The Weekly about that deeply emotional journey.
Singing the same tune
Dusting off the family toys for the grandkids brings back memories both fond and fearsome.
My story - The day I lost my mind … and how I found it again
One Sunday in March last year, Dasha Ross’s memory left her. Suddenly struck by a mysterious condition, Transient Global Amnesia, she lost a whole day of her life, and it has taken a year to truly recover.
Judge Rosemary - “Tragedy makes us more human”
The judge-turned-author opens up about her acting ambitions and the grief that’s left her broken.
“I might die, and you're the only one I can tell...”
The Hollywood star reveals the harrowing details of the night family and friends rushed to her bedside as doctors fought to save her life.
The New York hotel that set women free
Who was that girl?
When she arrived in New York on her 18th birthday carrying $600 and a stolen camera, Alice Lee was looking for something. One month later, she’s an unidentified murder victim. But who was she?
The Duke of Edinburgh 1921-2021: Prince among men
He was born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, became a brilliant British naval officer, but chose love and a life of unfailing public service as the Queen’s devoted consort.
Mother's Day Quiz 2021
The annual school quiz night offers lessons for both parents and teachers alike.
The big breakfast debate
It used to be considered the most important meal of the day. Then it wasn’t. We asked senior scientist and dietician at CSIRO Dr Jane Bowen, a co-author of the new CSIRO Women’s Health & Nutrition Guide, to weigh in on our first meal of the day.
Urzila Carlson: A life well laughed
Our celebrated comedienne and author has a lot going on in her life, but she’ll always find the funny.
The upside of feeling down
“Don’t worry, be happy” was the anthem of an entire generation. Yet it could be that sadness, guilt, shame and the like – often branded as negative emotions – are the feelings that really get us there in the end.
Could she be innocent?
She has been called Australia’s worst female serial killer, but now some of the world’s most brilliant scientific minds say Kathleen Folbigg’s four children could have died of natural causes.
Carla Zampatti: Family always came first 1942-2021
Just before Christmas, Carla Zampatti invited The Weekly into her Sydney home for a deeply personal photo shoot with her daughters and five of her grandchildren. No one could have imagined that this joyous day would be the iconic fashion queen’s last major interview.
How To Get Stronger Bones
Lifestyle choices, weight workouts and your hormones can all impact the risk of osteoporosis. Here’s how to build, and keep, healthy bones.
PIPPA WETZELL ‘It's about being a role model – not a supermodel!'
The chilled-out TVNZ presenter and mother-of-three has a refreshing attitude when it comes to giving life a fair go, writes Emma Clifton.
Jan's still making waves
The Olympic legend opens up about life after sporting greatness and navigating a male-dominated world.
A matter of time
When it comes to keeping in touch with family in other time zones, it’s always better late than never.
Ido Drent plays Detective Justin Harding on local thriller The Gulf, returning Monday, March 1 at 9pm on Three.
Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden
‘‘Hear me NOW”
Her courageous journey has already raised awareness of child sexual abuse and achieved greater justice for survivors. Now she has a platform like no other. Samantha Trenoweth sits down for a one-on-one with Grace Tame, the Australian of the Year.
A Fraction Too Much Fiction
Eccentricities or misinformation? After the storming of the US Capitol, Samantha Trenoweth asks, how dangerous are conspiracy theories?
My Year Of Letting Go
For Susan Sarandon, 2020 was a year of finding joy in simple pleasures and learning to say goodbye. From the loss of her mother to the birth of a new grandchild, she looks back with Samantha Trenoweth.
The Frightening Danger Of Baby Food Fads
A baby in regional Victoria suffered such severe malnutrition that it led to permanent brain damage when her parents fed her on home-made formula and herbal tea. Genevieve Gannon investigates an extreme diet culture gone mad.