Every week we bring you the best in "me time" reading. From our interviews with high-profile women and features on social and family issues, to home and food inspiration and fashion and beauty updates, we keep our readers in touch with the latest lifestyle news.
Now in her 70s and fabulous as ever, Joanna Lumley on the challenging early days in her career, her latest movie, and her foray into travel documentaries.
Actor Daisy Edgar-Jones tells Genevieve Quigley how she keeps her feet on the ground at the height of her fame.
Actor Jessica De Gouw chats with Steve Dow about her art, being an advocate for queer rights and her new partner.
English supermodel and musician Karen Elson talks about how the modelling industry is slowly changing and the highlights of her fabulous career.
Welcome to Sunday Life’s annual special reading issue. Here we reveal our list of 25 of the best Australian books published over the past 25 years.
Jessica Mauboy talks about why her culture and family come first, why her proud connection to identity has been so important, and her exciting wedding plans.
In our cover story, Christine Holgate, whose dramatic exit from Australia Post made headline news, discusses how she not only survived but thrived.
Mothering Sunday star Odessa Young chats with Genevieve Quigley about her latest movie role and why she still doesn’t feel she’s “arrived”.
Star of Top Gun: Maverick, Jennifer Connelly, talks with writer Michael Idato about motherhood, marriage and what changed in movies after #MeToo.
Gretchen Carlson, the American broadcaster who took on a media empire over a sexual assault allegation, talks about how she became an advocate for women.
In this issue, actor and film producer Teresa Palmer tells Genevieve Quigley that while all her dreams have come true, she always wanted to be a mother.
The cook, actor and singer Silvia Colloca talks with Jane Rocca about food, family, her new movie and her marriage with Richard Roxburgh.