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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

Mother's Boy

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Joan is Okay

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Only Birds Above

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

HOW TO FIND SKIN BALANCE

For a vital, healthy complexion, focus on skincare formulas and treatments that reduce redness and even out blotches.

4 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Great Reads

Product Review

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Children's corner

Funny family, tiny treasure, bonza buildings.

1 min read
The Australian Women's Weekly
May 2022

Pyramids of promise

Multi-level marketing schemes can sound like a dream come true to aspirational and often underemployed women, but who actually profits from them, and at what cost?

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

Ways to help a friend in need

Watching a loved one struggle is tough. Here, experts reveal the best way to reach out and show your support.

5 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

THE ACTOR and THE SPY

As missiles fall on Ukraine and Russia makes nuclear threats, the world seems closer to global peril than it has at any time since the Cold War. And at the centre of it all are two unlikely adversaries: Putin, a dictator billionaire and former spy, and Zelensky, a onetime actor, comic and anti-corruption crusader whose courage has earned him a place in his people's hearts and the history books.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

Simple seafood

Ocean harvest: Easter is a popular time to enjoy fresh Australian seafood, and our easy-to-prepare fish and prawn recipes are sure to become family favourites now and at any time of the year.

5 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

SHANE WARNE 1969 - 2022 :Farewell to a legend

A larrikin, a genius, a flawed Aussie hero and the world’s Spin King. The Weekly and those who knew and loved him tip their caps to the inimitable Shane Warne.

5 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

How to feel rested

The solution to daytime fatigue doesn't rhyme with 'shmaffeine? In fact, the hard work happens when your eyes are closed.

6 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

Jane Seymour At 71 I'm coming into my own

Passion, positivity and facing life's challenges with an open heart.

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

AMANDA KELLER : "I'm okay with being 60"

She's hit the big 6-0, seen the last of her children leave home and is settling into life as an empty-nester alongside her husband of 31 years. But while she once thought this would signify the beginning of the end, for Amanda Keller it is actually the beginning of an exciting third act.

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

Great read

If you read just one book this year make sure it’s Lessons in Chemistry. Clever, hilarious, thought-provoking, uplifting … I could go on. Although set in the 1960s, protagonist Elizabeth Zott is a woman for our times who challenges the status quo with the sort of resolve we all wish we had.

10 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
April 2022

WENDY McCARTHY “I'M NOT DONE YET”

Wendy McCarthy was raised in rural NSW in an era when leadership was a man’s domain. Now 80, the trailblazing feminist, teacher, businesswoman, wife and mother reveals the triumphs and challenges of her wonderful life.

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

Together we're strong

A powerful coalition of women is making equality a talking point in the lead-up to the next federal election.

3 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
March 2022

Bad blood

Disgraced one-time tech billionaire Elizabeth Holmes has been found guilty of fraud. The whistleblower who helped topple her corrupt empire, Erika Cheung, speaks exclusively to The Weekly about bringing down one of Silicon Valley’s biggest cons.

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

DIVORCE DONE DIFFERENTLY

From arguments over finances and children to the emotional fallout of love gone wrong, divorce can be an ugly and perilous journey. But what if there was a kinder, gentler way to navigate the end of a marriage?

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

A LABOR OF LOVE

He’s been described as the leader Australia doesn’t know. As the ALP’s Anthony Albanese steadies his nerves for the campaign of his life, he invites The Weekly into his home to get to know him a little better – and to introduce us to Jodie Haydon, who will be standing right by his side.

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

GOING UNDER

Twelve months ago, the tiny community at Telegraph Point on the mid-north coast of NSW was swamped by a once-in-a century flood. The long, hard work of rebuilding and recovery continues but, for many, life will never be the same.

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

How Chrissie got her groove back

Between work, raising a family and pandemic homeschooling, Chrissie Swan realised one day that she’d forgotten how to have fun. And so she blazed a fresh trail – and found opportunities opening up right in front of her …

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

Royal insider

Behind Palace gates with Juliet Rieden

5 mins read
The Australian Women's Weekly
March 2022

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