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Woman's Day Magazine NZ Issue 1906

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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the heat is on! nigella’s waiheke whirl

Nigella Lawson may have a sunny personality, but that’s about as close as the kitchen queen likes to get to those bright rays! The domestic goddess – who says she’s “sun-phobic” and claims to have a mild allergy to sunshine – was all covered up in a long-sleeved, full-length dress and fingerless gloves as she joined her assistant and make-up artist for a trip to Waiheke Island by helicopter.The trio rented a clifftop mansion near Oneroa Beach, where they sipped sauvignon blanc overlooking the sea, but they also dropped by some of the island’s most popular eateries, feasting on oysters, fish and chips at The Oyster Inn, and enjoying homemade bread, goat’s cheese, lamb ribs and cockles at winery Casita Miro.Our pictures bring to mind the last time…

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secret celeb twins!

No, you’re not seeing double – these stars are part of a set! While they may have a more public profile than their other halves, their connection is just as special as any twins. ■…

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the eyes have it!

Designer Brands Eye See You eyeshadow palettes each feature a selection of matte and shimmer shades. These super-pigmented colours apply and blend like a dream. We’re giving away six prize packs containing all of the shades (Coco Loco, Fired Up, Kah-Keen, Smoke & Glitter, Sea Breeze and Make it Mauve), valued at $90! To enter, visit womansday.co.nz  and click on the “Win” tab with the code DB06 or send your name, address and phone number to: Woman’s Day/ Designer Brands, Response Bag 500235, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142 by February 8. ■…

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editor’s note

As the carefree holidays come to a close and the familiar rhythm of school and work returns, life seems somewhat predictable. But one thing we know from sharing stories at Woman’s Day is that the world has a way of serving up surprises when we least expect it. This week, my friend and former Woman’s Day Editor Wendyl Nissen starts a new series called That Day – talking to people who had been going about their normal lives when suddenly their worlds were turned upside down, never to be the same again. Often these events made news headlines at the time, but Wendyl finds out what happened when the rest of the world moved on – how these people coped with a crisis and how it shaped…