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Housing crisis

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

Stranger danger

Ellis Gunn had survived a lot, including a violent past, and come out the other side tough and positive. But when she started being stalked by a stranger, her world unravelled.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The day my world changed

In 2018, Selma Blair learned the truth about the mysterious health issue she'd battled, along with alcoholism and depression, for decades. In an exclusive extract from Mean Baby, the actress relives the moment she was told she had MS and how it would change her life.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The Queen Devoted to your service

As Britain's longest-reigning monarch through good times and bad, Queen Elizabeth II has proved a role model for generations past, present and future.

7 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The REAL story of the DRUG GRANNIES

The incredible tale of two American women who unwittingly became drug mules and were convicted and jailed in Australia.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

My baby was stolen from me

At the notorious Magdalene home for wayward girls in Brisbane, Lily McDonald's newborn baby was wrenched from her arms forever and so began one mother's crusade for justice that ultimately led to a national apology. Ten years later, Lily tells the whole story.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The Pirate's daughter

Collette Dinnigan made her name creating beautiful clothes for the Paris runways. Now she has a new life creating beautiful things closer to home.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

Inside the 'Windsor bubble'

She's The Queen's dressmaker and confidante, and during COVID isolated with Her Majesty in Windsor Castle. In this new chapter of her memoir, Angela Kelly reveals the quiet joys and private heartache of that time.

8 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The C word

Some of Australia's most brilliant brains are unlocking the secrets of cancer to find new ways to prevent and treat a disease that affects many thousands of lives every year, and the good news is that there is hope. Here we highlight a few of the most promising developments.

7 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

Desert sounds

The Donovans were just an average suburban family until 15-year-old Steve was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and in their quest to raise funds for a cure, they fell in love with the desert. Now, their outback music festivals give joy to thousands of Aussie revellers every year.

6 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

Lamb shanks Italian-style

Slow cooking is so effortless - the cooking takes time, but the prep is super-fast. These shanks are full of flavour and melt-in-the-mouth delicious!

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

In a class of their own

Meet the women behind the renaissance in Australian wool.

4 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

Cooking class Latticed pie crust

A perfect apple pie is like a warm hug, with sweet flaky pastry woven into a beautiful lattice pattern.

2 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
June 2022

The motherhood match

It takes sacrifice, passion and dedication to become an elite athlete, So why do so many women quit their sports careers in their prime to have a family? A new generation of female athletes is looking to change all that.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

“I have 5.8 million followers on TikTok!

At 95, Hui Jin Wang proves age is no barrier when it comes to finding influencer fame.

4 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

The last goodbye

With Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation before the NSW parliament and a battle raging between advocates and opponents, The Weekly meets three people whose emotional real-life experiences have put them at the heart of the debate.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

THE HUMAN COST OF WAR

As their beloved nation is pummelled by Russian bombs, families fear they may never see each other again.

5 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

You can't keep a good Woman down

At 14, Leah Purcell was in an abusive relationship, at 17 she was pregnant and at 18 she hit rock bottom. But the women in Leah's family sit tall in the saddle, and their example inspired her to push through to become an award-winning actor, director, writer, and like them, a woman of courage.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Mum's the word

As Mother's Day approaches, Pat reflects on motherhood through the generations.

3 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Like mother, like daughter

Carer, protector, guide or friend, our mothers shape who we become. This Mother's Day, we meet six mothers and their daughters, who continue to inspire and enrich each other's lives.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

King of the Cross

He rubbed shoulders with captains of industry and heads of government, with celebrities, criminals and ASIO spies. He was suspected of murder, and known as Mr Sin. But, behind the lurid legend, who was the real the real Abe Saffron

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Finding my feet again - Julie goodwin

As she returns to the MasterChef kitchen for a season of Fans & Favourites, newly-minted grandmother Julie Goodwin reveals the precious gifts that have given her another lease on life.

9 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

AFTER THE RAIN...

In Coraki in the flood-ravaged Northern Rivers of NSW, The Weekly meets a team of veterans offering hope and healing while salvaging homes and lives.

7 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

The Social Lives of Animals

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

“GRIEF IS THE PRICE OF LOVE -Dame Quentin Bryce

When her husband Michael died just over a year ago, Dame Quentin Bryce lost her soulmate of close to 60 years. In a deeply personal interview, the former Governor-General talks to The Weekly about tackling the isolation of grieſ, nature's magical healing power and the special project she and Michael were working on together.

10+ mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

The School for Good Mothers

Product Review

2 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

The bookshelf ... dive into the latest page-turners

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Strangers I Know

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

The Murder Rule

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Storytime

Product Review

2 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

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