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New Zealand Woman’s Weekly is the country’s most read woman’s magazine, delivering celebrity news, real life stories, recipes, columnists & more
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NZWomansWeekly 4h
Respect to Hayley Holt, she says.
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NZWomansWeekly 7h
Sarah has urged all women, and especially young women, to be vigilant about self-checking their breasts.
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NZWomansWeekly 9h
And she's not doing things by halves! 🎉🎉
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 17
You don't have to look far to find a funny story. 🤣🤣
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 17
Ahead of Prince Andrew's 59th birthday on February 19, we share some facts that you may not know about the seventh in line to the throne...
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 17
Help support your local Plunket centre and nominate them for their chance to win one of five $1000 prizes!
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 17
The Fab Four no more??
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 16
Many of us have made donations to charity, but what would it be like to turn your philanthropy into a business? Meet seven Kiwi women making life better for others.
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 16
In 2003, the then-teenager lost his brother Sasha in a shocking murder. Just a year later, his mother Sancha died unexpectedly...
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 16
I still laugh at the same things, I still cry at the same movies, and [the weight-loss] hasn't made me happier than I already was. If you're changing because you think it might make you happy or a different person, then I'm not sure it will."
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 16
''It's so special to have all three of us here at the wedding.'' ❤️❤️❤️
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 15
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 15
A year ago, Alison Smith went under the knife to lose weight charting her surgery journey for North & South. Now, she reports from the lighter side of the stomach-shrinking operation.
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 15
"She's the person I dreamed about," says Beluah of his stunning bride and mother of his children. "I promised to look after her, to protect my sons and to be the best dad I can be." 💓👨‍👩‍👦‍👦
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 15
"The doctor told us three things could happen – it would get better, stay the same or she will need a heart transplant," recalls Cherize's mum Jamene.
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 14
"We really want our kids to grow up surrounded by nature," Art says of the pair's parenting goals.
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NZWomansWeekly Feb 13
What a beautiful Valentine's outfit 💕
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