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Australian Women’s Weekly NZAustralian Women’s Weekly NZ

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

June 2019

The Australian Women's Weekly, NZ Edition, delivers hard-hitting news, gorgeous features, advice, inspirational stories and the best triple-tested recipes. It’s the ultimate magazine with something for everyone, while providing inspiration for women of all ages.

Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

For the past 18 months TV host Amanda Gillies has been keeping a gratitude diary, recording the things she’s grateful for each day. In this month’s issue she talks to deputy editor Emma Clifton about how the practice has shifted her day-to-day experience of life and made it better.It’s a simple thing – writing down three reasons to feel grateful – but research shows it can have an enormous impact on our mental health, lowering stress levels, helping us to sleep better, giving us clarity on what we want more of in our lives, increasing our self-awareness, and giving us a sense of appreciation for what we have.What you write doesn’t have to be big or life-changing – a catch-up with a friend, or a beautiful sunset, walking the…

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danger and desire

GIVEAWAY Welcome The Mister, the thrilling new romance from E. L. James, author of the phenomenal number one, best-selling Fifty Shades trilogy. Life has been easy for Maxim Trevelyan. With his good looks, aristocratic connections and money, he’s never had to work and he’s rarely slept alone. But all that changes when tragedy strikes and Maxim inherits his family’s noble title, wealth and estates, and all the responsibility that entails. It’s a role he’s not prepared for and one that he struggles to face. But his biggest challenge is fighting his desire for an unexpected, enigmatic young woman who’s recently arrived in England, possessing little more than a dangerous and troublesome past. Thanks to Penguin Random House, we have 15 copies of The Mister, valued at $24 each, to…

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australian women's weekly nz

EDITOR Michele Crawshaw mcrawshaw@bauermedia.co.nz EDITORIAL Deputy Editor Emma Clifton Art Director Bronwyn MacKenzie Designer and Craft Editor Marsha Smith Sub-Editor Rowena Mara Writer Fleur Mealing Beauty Editor Megan Bedford Fashion Styling The Fashion Department Editorial Assistant Jessica Ault ADVERTISING Group Brand Director, Women’s Lifestyle Anna Magasiva Commercial Brand Manager Georgia Bews Direct Account Manager Kate Cameron Directory Sales Manager Kim Chapman classifieds@xtra.co.nz MARKETING Head of Marketing Martine Skinner Group Marketing Manager Francesca Ritchie DIGITAL Lifestyle Editor Karyn Henger Health and Beauty Editor Bronte Chaperon Celebrity and Entertainment Editor Emma Land PRODUCTION Production Co-ordinator Raewynn Cowie FINANCE Business Manager Johanne Kendall EXECUTIVE Chief Executive Officer Paul Dykzeul Managing Director Brendon Hill General Manager – Publishing & Insights Tanya Walshe Editorial Director Sido…

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open line

Letter of the month Mike McRoberts and his mum caught my attention at the supermarket checkout today. Then so did “The 10 questions to ask your mum”. My indignant thought was, “I can’t do that!” My mother died from acute lymphoblastic leukaemia 32 years ago, aged 64. But I put your magazine into my trolley, thinking, “Yes! I am so thankful I was always able to talk to her about health and so much more during our life together.” Kerryn Phelp’s article [about inherited health issues] reminded me of watching my mother sail through menopause and it being the same for me. It also reminded me that she had a mental breakdown in the 1950s when I was a child. I have never suffered from serious depression, for which I’m grateful. I…

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our monthly round-up in brief news bites

Joan Collins and Naomi Campbell Céline Dion Bette Midler and daughter Sophie von Haselberg Julianne Moore. Doris Day remembered WITH THE PASSING of the original American sweetheart, Doris Day, the world has lost a light, her friends said. The actress leaves behind a legacy of joy, and compassion for the voiceless. The Calamity Jane star is best known for her musical talent and her comic timing in 1950s and 60s classics opposite Rock Hudson and Cary Grant – her sunny persona entertained a generation. But later in life she devoted herself to animal rights. The CEO of the Doris Day Animal Foundation, Dr T. Robert Bashara, paid tribute to the late star, saying: “She was truly a voice for the voiceless among us, a bright…

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the courage and charm of nicole kidman

Ask Nicole Kidman’s friends to describe her in just three words and a fascinating picture starts to build. She’s “mischievous, curious and compassionate. Funny as hell, brave, smart and intensely loyal.” She’s “daring, dedicated, original, intelligent and a courageous risk-taker”. She’s “honest, loving and quirky … charming, radiant, playful”. She “loves to party” and, jokes fellow Australian actress Naomi Watts, she’s “tall!”It’s an impressive word storm of epithets that offers a telling glimpse of the real Nicole; the intense, passionate and fun-loving woman behind the red-carpet glamour and the insane background babble of frustratingly inaccurate tabloid gossip.Most of those I spoke to are people who have known Nicole since the early days, through the best and worst of times: actors Russell Crowe, Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness;…

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