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Woman’s Day is Australia’s number one-selling weekly women’s magazine, offering all the latest celebrity gossip and exclusive interviews as well as fascinating real-life reads, mouth-watering recipes, beauty, fashion, food, health and family advice.

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two nations united

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern hugs a mourner at the Kilbirnie Mosque. Tributes hang on the wall of Christchurch’s Botanic Gardens. A poignant yet strong message is left among the many flowers and tributes. Thousands of New Zealanders paid their respects at makeshift memorials around the country. (We Stand Together illustration: Rebel Challenger @rebelchallenger.) On March 15 the unthinkable happened. It happened to the most innocent of all at their most vulnerable time, a time of peace and worship. For Australians watching the horror unfold, it was all too close to home. How could such injustice be carried out on our doorstep? Worse still, who could do this to our long-time allies and closest of friends? New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she…

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‘it was an attack against all of us’

With 50 innocent people killed during prayers in Christchurch, the world united to condemn the atrocity and fight to end “hatred and intolerance” as New Zealand began to bury the dead and comfort the living.“What has happened in Christchurch is an extraordinary act of unprecedented violence. It has no place in New Zealand. Many of those affected will be members of our migrant communities – New Zealand is their home – they are us,” said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.(We Stand Together illustration: Rebel Challenger @rebelchallenger.) Crowds gathered on Takapuna Beach for a vigil. Flowers cover the steps of the Kilbirnie Mosque. Students light candles at Christchurch’s Al Noor Mosque, one of the sites of the deadly attacks. The sentiment was echoed around the world with…

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‘we are one but we are many’

Australians threw their arms around our devastated Kiwi cousins following the horrific twin terrorist attacks in Christchurch to show we stand with them in this time of grief. Whether it was praying together at candlelight vigils; standing strong on sporting fields; paddling out past the breakers in tribute or travelling across “the ditch” to wash the bodies of the 50 fallen. Right across our wide brown land the outpouring of grief and solidarity for New Zealand from Muslim and non-Muslim Australians alike has only strengthened our resolve to fight injustice and terror. As the Sydney Opera House sails were lit with a simple silver fern, hashtags like #WeStandWithChristchurch and #WeStandTogether gained traction on social media, which was flooded with messages of love, hope and condemnation for…

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editorial

Over the past 13 years, with a full-on job and as a single mum, I’ve hired my fair share of nannies. One turned up barefoot to the interview, another quit over a dirty nappy (peculiar given her career choice!) and another was so germaphobic she wore rubber gloves the whole time! In the end, I decided on a manny. He was a great cook and loved playing nerdy games with my geeky boys. But in a lesson it appears Prince Harry is about to learn (p18), it’s best not to choose a Hollywood hunk with model looks! Harry could take a tip from Meghan’s buddy George Clooney, who famously has no help whatsoever and changes all the nappies himself. With rumours of another set of twins on the way,…

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snapshot

Girls’ day out The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed their first solo outing together as they officially opened the high-tech wing of a London university. Pout it out! Chris Hemsworth nailed the quokka selfie while on a family trip to Rottnest Island in WA. She’s still got it! Elle Macpherson lived up to her nickname The Body, even at 54, at a photoshoot with her sons Flynn and Cy. He got it from his mama! Back on yer’ bike! Cycle enthusiasts Pierce Brosnan and his wife Keely Shaye Smith took a romantic ride around Malibu. Life’s a beach The Duchess of Cornwall took some time out from her…

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baby on board for kate?

Is the new car big enough for a family of four, Kate? Split rumours have been surrounding Kate Ritchie and her former rugby league star husband Stuart Webb for some time, but it appears the couple could be hiding some happy news – baby number two!Radio presenter Kate sent fans into a frenzy last week when she posted an Instagram message that suggested her four-year-old daughter Mae could soon be taking up big sister duties.“Bye bye to the days of just me and my beach bag and hello to brollies, babes and as many Barbies as the boot can hold!” wrote the 40-year-old, after upgrading the family car to a bigger model.Kate, who has recently been opting for looser-fitting clothing, said in 2017 she’d love to one day…

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