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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ August 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.

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Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
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13 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
editor’s letter

A few weeks ago our 15-month-old cat, a gorgeous tabby named Max, went missing. He was a roamer – neighbours from streets away had often told us Max had spent the afternoon at their house or they’d seen him strolling through their backyards – but he’d never completely disappeared before. He was always home for dinner and, a smoocher, he would always be home as our boys arrived back from school, ready to cuddle in a lap. But on a Sunday afternoon he was nowhere to be seen. Nor on the Monday morning. We asked neighbours, walked the streets calling his name, checked a house being built a couple of doors away in case he’d accidentally got locked inside. No luck. “To live is the rarest thing of all. Most people exist, that…

1 min.
win

Immerse yourself in luxury at the five-star Hotel Grand Windsor, the setting for our stunning photo shoot with Hilary Barry. Winner of the Best New Hotel at the World Boutique Hotel Awards, it boasts a bespoke range of rooms with a nod to the original 1920s Art Deco architecture and interior design – and offers an unforgettable guest experience. Your prize for two people includes two nights’ accommodation, one dinner at Cooke’s Restaurant, breakfast both mornings and valet parking, with a total value of $1200. To enter the draw, email awweditor@ bauermedia.co.nz, subject line “Hotel Grand Windsor”, by August 14, 2019. HILARY WEARS DRESS FROM CAMILLA AND MARC, EARRINGS FROM HOMAGE ONLINE AND SHOES FROM MI PIACI.…

2 min.
open line

Letter of the month Judy and Chris Bailey’s story is one of hope and positive attitudes. These facts about melanoma need to be studied and action taken. While trained medical diagnosis is preferable, we can all chart any skin abnormalities on a body outline – both front and back views – every three to six months. Any dark moles can be measured, noted and watched. Some medical centres have a “manage my health” system and evidence of unusual spots could be added to a confidential file for follow-up detection. For a toothache, see the dentist, for a WOF, see a garage, for your health, see a doctor. Act now! Mary Halse CAMINO TREK Reading about Julie Zarifeh’s Camino trek in the July issue brought back memories for me. I did the trek in 2006,…

1 min.
write and win!

YOWO is a new app that connects you with local cafés and bars that welcome workers, allowing you to step out of your home office and into a variety of inspiring spaces. Members can perch at any YOWO-friendly venue and have access to high speed Wi-Fi, charging stations for laptop and phone, discounts on food and coffee and other member benefits. Our Letter of the Month writer this month will receive a three-month YOWO subscription, a Blunt umbrella, reusable coffee cup, notebook, wireless mouse and backpack, all worth more than $500. Writers of other published letters will receive an Australian Women’s Weekly cookbook.…

3 min.
in brief

Awards glitz KIWI ACTRESS Rebecca Gibney wowed on the red carpet of the Australian TV Logie Awards. The 54-year-old, dressed in a black fitted gown with billowing sheer sleeves, looked happy to be back in Australia for the event – she lived there for 30 years making shows such as Packed to the Rafters, before moving home to New Zealand in 2017. The actress will be seeing a bit more of Australia over the next few months while she films a new season of her popular crime series, Halifax f.p., which will be returning to screens this year, with Anthony LaPaglia and Jessica Marais joining the cast. The Power of LOVE POP STAR GLAMOUR has become a new bankable asset for movie producers, after the phenomenal box office success of the Queen biopic…

1 min.
winning women

NEW TENNIS STAR Fifteen-year-old American Cori “Coco” Gauff took the tennis world by storm by beating her idol Venus Williams in the first round of Wimbledon. Coco was eventually defeated by Romanian Simona Halep. CHART TOPPER Kylie Minogue has had a month to remember – snaring her seventh number-one UK hit with her new song Step Back in Time, and performing for the first time at Glastonbury. FEMINIST FASHION The first woman to lead the historic French fashion house of Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri, has received France’s highest honour, the Legion d’Honneur, for aligning the label with feminism.…