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Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Woman's Day Magazine NZ

Issue 2014

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.

Country:
New Zealand
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
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52 Issues

In this issue

3 min.
ed’s letter

We’re experiencing an unprecedented time in history. On March 25, New Zealand went into COVID-19 lockdown and a State of National Emergency was declared. A minimum of four weeks’ self-isolation was deemed critical in order to try to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Our Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave us a simple message: “Stay home.” In order to save lives, she explained, we need to break the chain of transmission. And so here we are. A nation in self-isolation. Our new normal has changed dramatically. Like most of you, the entire Woman’s Day team is working from home, navigating the challenges of producing a magazine remotely. It’s deadline day, and instead of the hustle and bustle of the office, I’m sitting at a makeshift work station in a corner of the lounge. My pooch…

1 min.
put a smile on your dial!

‘BE STRONG, BUT BE KIND. WE WILL BE OK’– PM Jacinda Ardern • Update your screen saver to something that makes you smile. • Tune in to a positive podcast! Find some inspiration for your ears. • Tell someone you love them – even if it’s just your pet. Love is the most precious thing we have. • Read something uplifting. Whether it’s a good book, a poem or a magazine, take time to escape from reality. • Journal each day and list things that you are grateful for. • Text a friend you haven’t talked to in a while. A short message will put you both in a lighter mood. • Call your mum or dad. Research suggests hearing their voices will reduce stress. • Smile! It’s free and proven to make you feel better. • Work out!…

1 min.
woman's day magazine nz

International Picture Editor Kate Dwek Editorial Assistant Jessica Ault Production Editor Rebekah Hebenton Production Coordinator Lorne Kay MARKETING Head of Marketing Martine Skinner Marketing Manager Lauren Dyke Group Marketing Assistant Jessica Bird ADVERTISING Commercial Director Kaylene Hurley Group Sales Director Rachel McLean Commercial Head of Brand Anna Magasiva Commercial Brand Manager Georgia Bews Direct Account Manager Chloe Thomsen Publisher Analyst Johanne Kendall Publishing General Manager Stuart Dick Managing Director Tanya Walshe Chief Executive Officer Brendon Hill. Woman’s Day Editor-in-Chief Sido Kitchin Deputy Editor Marilynn McLachlan Editor-at-Large Sophie Neville News Editor Lynley Ward Senior Writer Cloe Willetts Staff Writer Chris Glavovic Chief Sub-editor Sheryn Church Deputy Chief Sub-editor Denise Bowden Sub-editor Jennifer Reynolds Creative Director Mirella Monteiro Senior Designer Olivia New Designer Demelza Callesen Staff Photographer Robert Trathen LIFESTYLE – INSPIRE…

8 min.
charles tests positive kate & william take charge

Like millions around the globe and here in New Zealand, the royal family headed into lockdown last week, reeling from the news that Prince Charles had tested positive for COVID-19. While the 71-year-old was said to have a mild case of the virus, fears were growing for the Queen and other family members, who all had contact with the heir to the throne in the two weeks prior to his diagnosis. Doctors were monitoring our 93-year-old Queen closely as she isolates at Windsor Castle with 98-year-old Prince Philip, but understandably, behind the scenes questions are now turning to who will lead the monarchy in these unprecedented times. According to a palace insider, it’s now up to Prince William, who’s second in line to the throne, and the Duchess of Cambridge to guide The…

6 min.
that’s the lockdown spirit it’s time to do what we love!

March 25 will go down in our history books as a defining moment for Aotearoa. It was at 11.59pm, under the direction of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, the country banded together to fight against COVID-19. With the number of cases escalating, an unprecedented move to combat the illness meant that apart from essential services, everyone needed to stay at home for four weeks. We checked in with some of New Zealand’s top personalities to see how they’re feeling and how they’ll cope as they navigate this uncharted territory. Hilary Barry In these trying times, Hilary Barry is leading the charge. Taking to social media dressed in an evening gown, she declared that those working from home should be “making a bloody effort!” instead of wearing pyjamas. But the Seven Sharp co-host admits it can be…

4 min.
i’ve got your back! the bachelorette babes’ deep devotion

Life is dramatically different for The Bachelorette New Zealand buddies Lesina Nakhid-Schuster and Lily McManus compared to just a few weeks ago. Like the rest of us, the reality TV stars are bunkered down during the COVID-19 isolation period – Lesina at a hospital in Australia and Lily in her parents’ beachside shed in the South Island. “I haven’t watched an episode of the show for weeks and my brain’s completely Corona-bombarded at the moment,” says doctor Lesina, 32, who is working as a locum in Canberra, doing back-to-back surgeries in full protective wear. While she’d planned to come home earlier to self-isolate, Aotearoa’s first-ever Bachelorette was needed for work across the ditch. But she hopes she’ll be able to return after the lockdown to help with the pandemic in her…