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Queen Elizabeth II: 60 years on the throne
The queen is celebrating her Diamond Jubilee this year. These photos chart her life in the royal spotlight.
Love blooms for William and Kate in Singapore
After a long-haul flight, most couples can barely look at each other, but even jet lag couldn't dim William and Kate's affection.
Australia loves Charles and Camilla
If Australia was ever heading for a republic this royal visit from the future King and his wife so far seems to be cementing the absolute opposite.
Charles revisits scene of youthful Bondi bathing
Australia put on an amazing show of both power and hospitality today, as Prince Charles enjoyed an afternoon at Bondi Beach.
Royal visits to Australia
Australia has been a popular destination for royals since the 1950s, with Princess Diana, Prince William, Prince Charles, Princess Mary and Zara Phillips all making the journey.
The Duchess becomes a colonel
After checking out the navy at Garden Island, The Duchess of Cornwall took off solo to a very special appointment at Sydney's Victoria Barracks.
The Royal Guide to Courtesy
As I get more immersed in the royal way of working albeit as a member of the media there is one overriding value system that seems to rule all encounters, and that is good old-fashioned courtesy.
'Utterly charming' Camilla wins fans with 'impish' sense of humour
The Duchess of Cornwall continued her Down Under charm offensive this morning, delighting a room of dignitaries and osteoporosis sufferers with her easy manner and impish sense of humour.
Is this Australia's biggest Royal fan?
Certainly no-one would dare question Melburnite, Jo Green's dedication to the royal cause.
'Marry me Charles!' Racegoer woos Prince
Not many women would propose to a man while his wife was standing right next to him, but one Melbourne Cup-goer decided to try her luck with Prince Charles.
Charles makes excuses for poor cricket performance
Prince Charles tried his hand at bowling at the Melbourne Cricket Ground this morning, pleading that he had broken his arm in two places. Excuses, excuses.
William's daggy dancing leaves Kate in stitches
William and Kate were no strangers to nightclubs in their early 20s, but last night proved their dancing skills have become a little rusty.
Camilla: The down-to-earth Duchess
The Duchess of Cornwall was very unpopular after the death of Princess Diana but she has completely turned her reputation around to become one of the best-loved royals.
Singapore fling: Kate wows in oriental outfits
She is known for her impeccable style and the Duchess of Cambridge did not disappoint during her tour of Singapore.
Royals rock at jubilee concert
She might have worn earplugs throughout, but Queen Elizabeth still seemed to enjoy her Diamond Jubilee concert - but not as much as William, Kate and Harry did.
Queen's home movies revealed
Prince Charles has released clips from his favourite home movies to celebrate his mother Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.
William, Kate and Harry shine at royal lunch
This year is all about Queen Elizabeth, but the younger generation of royals couldn't help but steal the spotlight last week.
Queen's extravagant jubilee souvenirs revealed
The Duchess of Cambridge might be able to make people buy dresses, but only Queen Elizabeth could sell an entire shipment of $380 teapots in seconds.
Did Madame Tussaud's give the queen extra wrinkles?
London's Madame Tussauds has unveiled a new wax figure of Queen Elizabeth - with more wrinkles than the original.
Party prince a hit in the Caribbean
Prince Harry is the bad boy of the royal family, but the Caribbean fell in love with him during his recent tour of the region. See all the pictures here.
Kate bonds with Camilla and the queen
The prospect of a day alone with the in-laws leaves most women in a cold sweat, but Kate Middleton didn't seem to mind spending a day with her royal relations.
Camilla campaigns for women's rights
Girl power was out in force at Government House in NSW today when a unique group of more than 80 women attended the Women of the World reception hosted by the Governor of NSW Marie Bashir with the Duchess of Cornwall as a very special guest.
Charles and Camilla hit Sydney Harbour
There's a military theme in the air as the royal tour hits Sydney and true to Emerald City form the day started on the Harbour.
The Windsors hit Richmond
They were fashionably late but the crowd didn't seem to care. In fact as the minutes ticked by more and more locals and blow-ins lined Bridge Street in the historic town of Richmond in Tasmania until the crowd was several deep.
Royal koala cuddling
The final appointment on the royal couple's whirlwind tour of Adelaide was a glorious garden party at Government House attended by 900 guests.
When Maggie met Charles
Up at Penfolds Winery South Australia and The Weekly's country cook Maggie Beer is rushing around putting the finishing touches to her saltbush mutton, black pig leg of ham (from her daughter's piggery) and Barossa chook as the royal cavalcade drives up through the vines.
The school where children eat their greens
After the frenetic frocks and fillies of Flemington, a sedate afternoon in Adelaide is on the cards for Prince Charles and Camilla and it's all about championing great South Australian food.
Meet the girl who charmed a Duchess
Thirteen-year-old Georgina Gallagher from Port Phillip Specialist School, south of Melbourne, was among a group of students who met Prince Charles and Camilla.
Who's that dashing sailor?
As I come to the end of day two on the royal tour there's one man I can't keep my eyes off.
Charles and Camilla all smiles in Longreach
After the uproarious welcome Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall received in Papua New Guinea the pressure is on for Longreach in outback Queensland to deliver.
Relaxed Charles at home in Aussie outback
In an impressive speech at a community bbq attended by 300 guests from the isolated community of Longreach Prince Charles paid tribute to the outback and recalled his own experiences as a schoolboy in the Australian bush.
Charles and Camilla touch down in Australia
Prince Charles and Camilla have arrived in Australia to an enthusiastic reception in Longreach, Queensland.
Charles and Camilla a hit in Papua New Guinea
The Duchess of Cornwall might not be everyone's favourite royal, but she got a rock star's reception in Papua New Guinea.
Charles and Camilla begin tour in PNG
Prince Charles and Camilla have arrived in Port Moresby, kicking off their 13-day of Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Charles and Camilla coming to Australia
We were hoping for William and Kate, but the palace has confirmed Prince Charles and Camilla will visit Australia as part of the queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Kate holds her own on solo royal visit
The Duchess of Cambridge was confident flying solo in Stockton as her husband left her to carry on royal duties on her own as he paid respects to his beloved nanny at her funeral.
The day I met Zara Phillips
Zara Phillips is one of the most private royals but last month, she granted an exclusive interview to The Weekly's deputy editor Juliet Rieden. Here, Juliet describes her meeting with the Queen's oldest granddaughter.
William and Kate keep calm and carry on
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were devastated when topless photos of Kate were published last week, but you'd never guess it by looking at them.
Prince William: I want an heir and a spare
William and Kate recently revealed they wanted to start a family "soon", and now they have let slip how many children they are planning to have.
Kate wins fashion gold in recycled dress
Thousands of celebrities have descended on London for the Olympic Games, but the Duchess of Cambridge is still the most stylish of them all.
William can't keep his hands (or eyes) off Kate
Royal protocol bans William and Kate from kissing or cuddling in public, but the young couple couldn't help themselves yesterday, throwing their arms around each other as Britain won another gold medal.
Royals set sail for Diamond Jubilee pageant
Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her Diamond Jubilee in spectacular style yesterday, leading a flotilla of more than 1000 boats down the River Thames.
Queen 'deeply humbled' by jubilee spectacular
Queen Elizabeth has given an impromptu address, thanking the public for its support during her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Kate Middleton: Queen in training
She was born a "commoner" but the Duchess of Cambridge will one day be Queen - and Elizabeth II seems keen to ensure she is fully prepared for the role.
First Pippa, now Kate! Flirty Harry strikes again
Prince Harry has set tongues wagging with his close rapport with his sister-in-law Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, during yesterday's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Anyone for a stuffed corgi? Prince Charles releases jubilee souvenirs
Prince Charles has released a range of souvenirs to celebrate his mother's Diamond Jubilee, including a stuffed corgi which costs almost $100.
Prince Harry records a Jubilee pop song
Prince Harry has made his recording debut, playing the tambourine on the Official Diamond Jubilee song.
The people want King Charles, not King William
Prince Charles is more popular than his son Prince William for the first time in a decade, a new poll has revealed.
Queen Elizabeth's shoe secret
Queen Elizabeth's stylist has revealed the monarch's fashion secrets, including her unusua way of ensuring her shoes arnever give her blisters.
Prince William: 'You don't mess with the queen'
Queen Elizabeth might seem like a sweet old lady, but Prince William says his childhood taught him one thing: you don't "mess with" the 86-year-old monarch.
William and Kate's daughter will be queen
Prince William and Catherine have yet to announce a pregnancy but if their first-born is a daughter, she will one day become queen under new laws announced this week.
Prince Charles wows as weatherman
Prince Charles surprised Scottish TV viewers yesterday, presenting the lunchtime weather bulletin on the BBC.
Kate Middleton's not-so-secret admirer
Prince William was 12,000km away from Kate Middleton on Valentine's Day and one little boy took full advantage of his absence - by trying to woo his wife.
Kate shines at first solo engagement
Kate Middleton might be missing Prince William, but she didn't let it show last night.
Queen Elizabeth the wedding crasher
Queen Elizabeth is usually well-versed in matters of etiquette, but she didn't seem to mind showing up uninvited to a stranger's wedding on Friday.
The Duchess' speech
When you've watched someone from afar for so long, it's always bizarre to hear them speak and Kate Middleton is no exception.
Kate Middleton goes to Oxford
Kate Middleton travelled to Oxford yesterday to give some budding young artists a helping hand.
Kate Middleton shuns designer gown for mother's dress
Kate Middleton made her first public speech yesterday but it was her outfit that made the headlines.
The Queen in Australia
Queen Elizabeth II won a new legion of fans when she visited Australia last November. See all the photos from her tour here.
Amazing William and Kate waxworks revealed
Wax figures don't always look like the people they're modeled on, but the team at London's Madame Tussauds got Prince William and Kate Middleton spot-on.
Camilla steps out in Diana's jewellery
They were bitter love rivals for two decades so it's not hard to imagine how Princess Diana would feel about Camilla wearing her favourite jewels.
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Our biggest customer service gripes
Technology, convenience and competitive pricing have all been credited with the rise of online shopping in Australia, but according to new research the reason we're jumping online could be as simple as avoiding annoying shop assistants.
SIDS risk greater for babies who share bed with parents
Babies who sleep in their parents' bed are five times more likely to die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), a new study has found.
Suicide can be 'contagious' among young people
Suicide can be "contagious", especially among young people, a new study has found.
How your smartphone is keeping you awake at night
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