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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ February 2020

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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13 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
editor’s letter

Our wonderful editor, Michele Crawshaw, is away with her husband Chris on a great American road trip, so it’s my turn for a spin in the ed’s chair. Like most Aucklanders, my morning commute is long and I fill my bus ride by listening to podcasts. Yes, this means I am like that annoying person in your friend group who is always saying: “I heard this great quote on a podcast.” But bear with me, because I did indeed hear this great quote on a podcast! “Perfection is the enemy of progress,” said Winston Churchill. I have long been a fan of Winston’s quotes – my favourites being, “If you’re going through hell, keep going,” and every single one of his drunken party insults (none of which we can really print…

1 min.
win top tv

GIVEAWAY Acorn TV has an extensive library of top-notch drama, crime thrillers and comedy, so Kiwis can instantly access their favourite shows from Britain and beyond – perfect for fans of excellent UK programming. This is streaming, but not as you know it, meeting a demand for quality, sophisticated content, and at a price that’s worthy of a double-take. The carefully curated British selection confidently stacks up as a new contender against established streaming services. We have five Acorn TV one-year subscriptions to give away, each valued at $79.99. To win go to nowtolove.co.nz/win and enter the code ATV02. One entry per person. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/awwmagazine FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM @awwmagazine…

1 min.
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 Rosemary Barraclough Beauty Editor Megan Bedford Fashion Styling The Fashion Department Editorial Assistant Jessica Ault ADVERTISING Head of Brand – Commercial 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 PRODUCTION Production Co-ordinator Raewynn Cowie FINANCE Business Manager Johanne Kendall EXECUTIVE Chief Executive Officer Brendon Hill Managing Director Tanya Walshe General Manager Publishing Stuart Dick Editorial Director Sido Kitchin AUSTRALIA Editor-in-Chief Nicole Byers Editor-at-Large Juliet Rieden Deputy Editor Tiffany Dunk JOURNALISTS News and Features Editor Samantha Trenoweth Senior Writers Sue Smethurst, Susan Chenery Writer Genevieve Gannon DESIGN Creative Director Joshua Beggs Deputy Art Director Sarah Farago Senior Designer Jennifer Mullins Photo and Shoot Editor Samantha Nunney COPY EDITORS Senior Copy and Travel Editor Bernard O’Shea Deputy Copy Editors Nicole Hickson, Bronwyn Phillips LIFESTYLE Acting Style Editor Jamela Duncan Acting Style Director Maya…

2 min.
open line

Letter of the month Thanks for sharing your article about the brave female firefighters battling the blazes in Australia. Fire fighting is often considered a more male dominant career option, so it’s great for younger generations to see successful women in this profession. The devastation to humans, animals and their habitats is heart-wrenching and I have found myself in tears many times over the last few weeks watching the coverage. Your article also brought me to tears, for the devastation caused, the blindness to the effects of climate change by the Australian Government, but also for the bravery of these firefighters. After reading your article, our family donated to both the Queensland and New South Wales Rural Fire Services and I’m sure many other readers did the same. Jess Good BE BRAVE ABOUT…

1 min.
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1 min.
in brief

Awards season Revel with a cause AWARDS SEASON was less about celebrating past achievements and more about looking to future action. Russell Crowe’s Golden Globe speech highlighted the bushfires, and Australian Succession actress Sarah Snook backed his comments. BAFTA double-nominee Margot Robbie urged viewers to donate anything they could to fire services. Nicole Kidman, who donated $500,000 to the cause, also spoke about the fires, while Cate Blanchett sent a thank you to emergency personnel, while presenting a Golden Globe award. Now we are nine The Danish royal family has released these beautiful candid photos of Prince Vincent and Princess Josephine to mark the twins’ ninth birthday. Their mother, Crown Princess Mary, took the photos herself. ICE ART DELIGHTS The 10,000 workers who cut 220,000 cubic metres of ice into towering sculptures for the world’s biggest…