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New Zealand Woman’s Weekly


New Zealand Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine. A true publishing icon, the Weekly shares stories of real New Zealand women as well as in-depth royal news and celebrity features from abroad. The magazine also inspires with relevant and aspirational content covering all things food, style, home and entertaining.

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from the editor

In the lead-up to Christmas last year I was plagued by some of the worst dreams of my life. Fir es and volcanic explosions, grim discoveries, murders and divorces – and no, unfortunately it wasn’t a case of drinking too much eggnog before bed! I’m sorry to say – I think it was actually your doing! You see, last year we ran a short-story competition, and in December I took home entries each night to read before I hit the hay . Big mistake. Don’t get me wrong, I very much enjoyed reading through each one and many times I was hanging of fevery word, but your creativity certainly took me to some interesting places. While many of the stories ranged fr om heartwarming to hilarious, a big portion leaned towards murder…

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have your story published in the weekly!

Would you love to have a story you’ve written published in your favourite magazine? Now is your chance! Perhaps you’re known for your imagination and can give Marian Keyes a run for her money, or do you have an incredible real-life tale that deserves to be heard? Whatever the genre, we’re looking for original pieces of work for the New Zealand Woman’s Weekly Short Story Competition, so put your pen to paper! The winning entry will be published in an upcoming issue of the magazine this summer, plus receive $500 cash! TO ENTER Send your original story, which should be between 700 and 1200 words, along with your full name, contact address, phone number, age and email address to: EMAIL (subject: Short Story Competition) POST New Zealand Woman’s Weekly Short Story Competition, Bauer Media NZ,…

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brothers at breaking point andrew vs charles

Earlier this year, the Queen held a reception to honour the 50th anniversary of Prince Charles’ investiture as Prince of Wales. The party had been due to take place in Wales but Charles (70) asked for it to be held in London to make it easier for his relatives to attend. They all did – bar three. Retired Prince Philip (98) doesn’t do events anymore. Prince Edward (55) was on official business elsewhere. And Prince Andrew (59) was a no-show. “It is pretty extraordinary,” says a source. “One hears tales of tension between the brothers but the more you reflect on this, the more peculiar it seems.” It was also very unwise. Andrew needs all the allies he can get as he faces accusations that he slept with an underage girl allegedly procured…

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bea’s budget wedding

When Princess Eugenie married businessman Jack Brooksbank at Windsor Castle last year it set back British taxpayers a cool $4 million. The considerable expense came just months after Prince Harry’s $8 million wedding. While that was considerably cheaper than Prince William’s bill of $13 million, it was nonetheless a huge expense and caused a public outcry. So, despite earlier indications that Prince Andrew and Fergie would throw a lavish wedding for their eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice (31), it now appears her 2020 nuptials will be a pared-back affair. One palace staffer has even suggested that the wedding will be entirely paid for privately, and, either way, it will be a more intimate and relaxed occasion. It’s believed she may opt for an off-the-rack wedding dress rather than a designer gown, as royal brides before…

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charlize’s sink or swim moment how my mum changed my life

“I’ve only just begun.” Accepting yet another accolade in front of her peers in Hollywood, Charlize Theron radiated power, confidence and charm. Power is something she knows all too well. She was raised by a strong woman – the story of her mum Gerda shooting and killing Charlize’s abusive and alcoholic father in self-defence is now the stuff of grim Tinseltown legend – and she’s become one herself, determinedly raising her two daughters in the same vein. “My mother made me the brave woman I am today,” says Charlize (44), who was last week presented with a career achievement award at the Hollywood Film Awards. “I was raised by a mum who was just like, ‘Don’t take any s***.’ I don’t know who I might have been without that. Her philosophy was, ‘This is…

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sometimes love don’t feel like it should...

She’s the queen of romantic comedies but off screen Meg Ryan has yet to find her happily ever after. The You’ve Got Mail star has reportedly ended her engagement to Hurts So Good singer John Mellencamp (68) eight years after they became a double A-lister item. It’s not the first time Meg (57) has ditched the musician. She broke things off in 2014 because of the distance between them – she lives in New York, while John is based in Indiana. He famously said during their three years apart that Meg “hates me to death” but the loathing didn’t last. They reunited in 2017 and in November last year, normally social media shy Meg announced their engagement in an Instagram post with a sketch on a paper napkin of the duo captioned, ‘ENGAGED’. During…