After a rocket ride to stardom via Neighbours, the huge international hit Torn and a string of acclaimed releases, Natalie Imbruglia is back with a new album … and the child she’s always wanted.
- by Rosamund Dean
“He’d envisaged me as the woman who’d look after the kids, not being a flourishing writer. He didn’t see me as a creative equal,” says the Dissolve author.
- by Robyn Doreian
As a child, simple stimuli – glitter, fireworks – could hypnotise or terrorise Clem Bastow. Later came her autism diagnosis that helped make sense of it all.
- by Clem Bastow
“The only thing I really get into is bags. Bags fit me, you see,” says Jessica Pratt.
- by Georgie Gordon
I recently took up two new activities. It’s nerve-racking, draining and frustrating. But, also, exhilarating.
- by Susan Carland
Minimalism isn’t just about decluttering; it is about living a life aligned to values that include simplicity, sustainability and being a conscious consumer.
- by Evelyn Lewin
Catherine Zeta-Jones is considered Hollywood royalty but in her mind, she remains a Welsh girl and a homebody. She shares her latest projects and why, as she’s become older, she has more confidence in the way she looks.
- by Sonia Haria