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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

March 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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13 Numéros


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editor’s letter

My eldest son Harry started college as we were working on this issue. As any parent knows, these milestones can be exciting – and hugely emotional! Well, it certainly was for me.So when I read the letters our cover star Renee Wright, along with Carole Hirschfeld, Stacey Morrison and Miranda Harcourt, wrote to their daughters in celebration of International Women’s Day (Friday March 8), it was difficult to hold back the tears.Each of these well-known Kiwi women has written a heartfelt tribute to their children, with poignant insights into their personal experiences of motherhood – arguably one of the most influential roles a woman can have. The open letters are moving and full of wisdom. “My mother... she is beautiful, softened on the edges and tempered with a spine…

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listen on the run!

GIVEAWAY Jabra’s Elite Active 65t true wireless earbuds are perfect for those who love listening to music on the go. These earbuds promise a snug fit and dependable audio stability, so you’ll never have to compromise on your active lifestyle while enjoying quality music and call experience. With a two-year warranty against sweat and dust, the Jabra Elite Active 65t provides up to five hours of battery life from a single charge, and up to 15 hours in total with the pocket-friendly charging case. We have one pair of Jabra Elite 65t, valued at $349.99, to give away to one lucky reader. To enter the draw, email awweditor@bauermedia.co.nz , subject line “JABRA”, or enter online at nowtolove/JABRA, using the code AWWMG003, by March 27, 2019. …

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three things i love in this issue

CLAIRE CHITHAM Finding freedom at 40Page 32 JOANNA LUMLEY Why she’s determined to relish every momentPage 40 JO SEAGAR Her easy-peasy kitchen secretsPage 76 ■…

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open line

Letter of the month After reading Amanda Millar and daughter Tennessee’s interview with Emma Clifton in the February issue, I felt compelled to attend the screening of their film Celia in Nelson, which also coincided with the fourth anniversary of Celia Lashlie’s death. I have known of the Millar family for many years and followed Amanda’s successful career with interest. Great credit should be given to Amanda for what must have seemed a near impossible task, due to Celia’s untimely passing. I have purchased all of Celia’s books over the years and handed them on to my children, taken an interest in her views on family violence, prisons and bringing up children, and felt as if I knew her to some degree. A big…

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send us your views!

Wallace Cotton’s new autumn collection of bedlinen is available from March and features beautiful colours and botanical prints inspired by nature. The season’s offerings include the lush Botanica, a reversible, organic cotton leafy print in shades of green. Our letter of the month writer this month will receive a queen or king size Botanica duvet set, worth $159.90 (queen) or $179.90 (king). To view the full autumn collection, visit wallacecotton.com . Writers of other published letters will receive an Australian Women’s Weekly cookbook. ■…

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a final bow

After 13 years of being in the Royal New Zealand Ballet, star dancer Abigail Boyle is retiring from the spotlight. As the lead in many of the company’s nationwide performances, from Swan Lake through to The Piano, Abigail has been at the heart of the RNZB for a long time. She’ll be staying on as a teacher and coach to train the next generation of ballerinas. BAFTA ROYALTY Two “Queens” and a Duchess stole the show at the BAFTAs. Margot Robbie (above, centre), nominated for Mary Queen of Scots, chose Chanel, while Cate Blanchett (left), who won in 1999 for Elizabeth 1, was bejewelled. The Duchess of Cambridge (right) was a vision in McQueen. Fire crisis Nelson fires It was a terrifying few…