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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 1941

No magazine is more in touch with Kiwi women than Woman’s Day, New Zealand’s most popular weekly magazine. For the one-in-three women who read Woman’s Day each week, it’s a treat – a chance to escape daily life for a titillating fix of the best showbiz stories, hot celebrity photos, inspirational real-life reads, a TV guide and a lifestyle section packed with tips, tricks, puzzles and great columns.

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1 min.
bright smiles at the races

Royal Randwick’s Everest Carnival for 2019 opened in style with the Colgate Optic White Stakes Day. The racecourse put on a day of spectacular racing and entertainment, while showcasing fabulous fashion, food and wine. The event is all about celebrating sophisticated fun, but this year was extra special for two lucky Woman’s Day readers. Woman’s Day Editor-in-Chief Sido Kitchin had the best day hosting the winners and their guests at the Colgate Optic White Stakes Day. They were flown to Sydney, all expenses paid, for the fabulous event. On the day, the readers had access to the exclusive Colgate Optic White marquee, rubbing shoulders with celebrity guests. Everyone had an outstanding time watching the racing action, visiting the Colgate Smile Swing and Pony Palms, plus enjoying the premium drinks and food.…

2 min.
editor’s note

It’s a wonderful week for Woman’s Day. We’re celebrating turning 30! Yes, the big three-o. Funny thing is,I feel like the Day has been a part of my life forever. A bit like my kiddies! I can’t imagine a world without this great love of mine. However, it was back in 1989 when Woman’s Day was the new magazine on the block. Kiwi women, myself included, soon fell for this modern mag with its warmth, heart and great gossip. We adored poring over the cover, then flicking straight to the back to the showbiz pics before reading all about celebs, royals and everyday Kiwis with the most extraordinary stories. The recipes, fashion, health and beauty tips were just right for us – and let’s not forget the great puzzles! After taking time…

8 min.
valerie’s darling boy he’s our lucky last!

With less than a year until she heads into her fifth Olympic Games, Kiwi athletics legend Dame Valerie Adams is in the thick of a gruelling training regime. After 20 years competing on the world stage, intense days in the gym and an aching body are second nature. But this time, Valerie’s campaign feels a little different – her support crew has gained two adorable new members since her last bid for sporting glory, and she’s got even more to fight for. “It’s pretty crazy,” she smiles as she welcomes Woman’s Day into the Auckland home she shares with husband Gabriel Price and their children, Kimoana, who turns two on October 10, and six-month-old Kepaleli. “Being a mum has definitely made things harder in many ways, but it’s also an amazing motivator.…

12 min.
10 of the best let’s hear it for our cover girls

VALERIE ADAMS This week’s cover girl can’t help but feel touched about featuring in our 30th anniversary issue of Woman’s Day.She remembers as a young girl looking at magazines on the supermarket shelves, knowing her family couldn’t afford to buy them. The highlight of visits to the doctor’s waiting room or social welfare office was being able to have a flick through and read about the glamorous people inside. “I never, ever in a million years would have thought it would be me on the cover one day,” she says. “It feels pretty cool for a girl from South Auckland.” She and Gabe – who shared their stunning wedding in April 2016 – were so excited to see the photos the day after their nuptials that they bought a huge pile of the…

8 min.
back in t he day... all the goss in 1989

Jeepers! It was a different world indeed when Woman’s Day first landed on New Zealand shelves 30 years ago. Back then, Princess Diana and Sarah Ferguson – aka Fergie – were the young royals we were all fascinated by. We couldn’t get enough of them: their fashion, their fun and the great galloping gust of fresh air they breathed into the House of Windsor. Bill Cosby was everyone’s favourite sitcom dad. Joan Collins was jetting around the world, clogging up airport conveyor belts with her 26 items of luggage. Tom Cruise was married to Mimi Rogers, and Fergie – who was yet to have her toes sucked by her financial advisor – was still in the Queen’s good books. But none of them appeared on the cover of our every first edition, which…

7 min.
our covers ... your stars the stories that grabbed a nation

KYLIE MINOGUE & MICHAEL HUTCHENCE IN LOVE It was the glamour hook-up of two Aussie superstars – pop princess Kylie and INXS frontman Michael. In 1989, the off-guard snaps of the lovebirds canoodling in a park confirmed rumours the duo were an item. RACHEL & ROD MARRY Dubbed a match made in heaven, the Kiwi supermodel caught the eye of the “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” singer at a club in LA. After a whirlwind courtship, the couple wed in 1990, had two kids, but split before their 10th anniversary. DIANA & CHARLES SEPARATE A fairytale that was too good to be true. In 1992, after 11 years of marriage, two sons and claims of infidelity, the pair split. But the bombshell came in 1995 when Diana said, “There were three of us in this…