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Australian Women’s Weekly NZAustralian Women’s Weekly NZ

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ

February 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.

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

IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

In just a few weeks Queen Elizabeth – the world’s longest reigning monarch – will turn 93. No doubt preparations for the big day are already well underway. And we hope, for such a wonderful milestone, that the celebrations are plentiful. It’s likely the royal family will be out in force – surely if anyone can demand a full attendance for such a day, it’s the Queen!And while all eyes will be on the monarch, there will also be many watching to see whether there is any truth to the rumours of recent months surrounding the allegedly frayed relationship between the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex, Kate and Meghan.The sisters-in-law were seen together for the royal family Christmas service at St Mary’s Magdalene in Norfolk, after reportedly being told…

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spoil me gifts

GIVEAWAY Experience the future of gifting with Spoil Me, a gift box company with a difference. Their gift boxes are current, on trend and, most importantly, meaningful. They source the best products so you can give the most beautiful gift. Select items for your gift box yourself, or choose from Spoil Me’s extensive range of themed boxes. We have His and Hers gift packs, full of goodies to spoil yourself and a lucky someone in your life, to give away to one lucky winner, worth a combined value of $360. To enter the draw, email awweditor@bauermedia.co.nz , subject line “SPOILME” or enter online at nowtolove/SPOILME and enter the code AWWMG002 by February 27, 2019. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/awwmagazine  FOLLOW US…

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three things i love in this issue

THE SHAPE OF THINGS New thoughts on weight loss and body imagePage 56 A TASTE OF ITALY Simple and delicious summer recipes using fresh, seasonal producePage 104 THE POWER OF PRAYER A rare look inside a Carmelite monasteryPage 68 ■…

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Letter of the month I read The Australian Women’s Weekly from cover to cover each month and love all the articles, but the story about Make Give Live in the January issue really resounded with me. I was taught to knit when I was four years old, by my older brother’s girlfriend, and now at 61, I am still knitting. This talent has brought me into contact with some incredible women. When I joined the Women’s Institute in Gisborne, I found out about a lady who was knitting shawls and giving them to the local police force. They kept the blankets in their vehicles, and if they came upon children in need – for example, from car accidents or family violence – they were…

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send us your  views!

“Plantae” is Latin for Plant Kingdom. The Plantae skincare range is an ode to New Zealand and its flora and fauna. By using the purest organic ingredients in its formulations, Plantae captures nature’s essence to deliver products that have natural healing and soothing properties. Our letter of the month writer this month will receive a Plantae Essentials mini set and full-size Plantae Bergamot Orange Cleansing Milk, Ivy Cleansing Gel, Bitter Orange Blossom Spritz, Rose Hip Fruit & Seed Serum and Watercress Day Lotion, worth a total of $262. Writers of other published letters will receive an Australian Women’s Weekly cookbook. ■…

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globe trotting

Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman, both 51, were all smiles, despite walking away empty-handed. STYLE TRIBUTE The Valentino gown Lady Gaga wore to collect her Golden Globe for best original song in A Star is Born was a clever nod to a dress Judy Garland wore in the 1954 version of the film. WOMEN DOMINATE AWARDS Olivia Colman won scores of fans when she accepted her Golden Globe with a very British “cor blimey” but it was Glenn Close who stole the show when she called for women to follow their dreams. Glenn said playing a woman whose talent took a back seat to her husband’s taught her that women are expected to nurture others, but they need to find fulfilment. “We have to say,…

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