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Cover Story - Terri Fights Back

Cover Story - Terri Fights Back

On Sale Monday, March 24, 2008

COVER STORY: TERRI FIGHTS BACK

Terri Irwin is fighting back over claims she has kicked out her father-in-law Bob and is selling the animal park made famous by her late husband, Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. She points out that she has helped fund Bob's dream to create a new wildlife park in an effort to end the international opposition to her plans for Australia Zoo.

HEATH'S BATTLE OF WILLS

Actor Heath Ledger died leaving all his worldly goods to his parents and sister because he hadn't updated his will after becoming a dad. Although his family promise to look after his daughter Matilda it is unknown how much they are willing to give her. His failure to update his will highlights the need for us all to have up to date arrangements. Seventy per cent of New Zealand's adult population has made one - now New Idea looks at how to ensure your wishes are adhered to.

WILL FRANCE FIX IT FOR BRAD AND ANGE?

Brad and Ange plan to have their next baby in France, but the question now is, will they live happily ever after there or is their inability to agree on a country to settle down in likely to ruin their relationship? New Idea has exclusive pictures of their new house - but whether it is their new home is uncertain.

EXCLUSIVE: MY BIPOLAR MADE ME FAMOUS

Aubrey Quinn's face has become synonymous with the TV ads for raising awareness of mental illness. He tells New Idea how his diagnosis with bipolar strengthened his marriage and his family.

WHO WILL BE THE MOST HATED CELEBRITY IN THIS WEEK'S NEW IDEA?

We update the distasteful tales of two British celebs whose greed reaches even murkier depths - with Paul Burrell admitting he stole a bloodied ring from the finger of his dead boss, Princess Diana. And Heather Mills is branded a liar and cheat by the judge who awarded her settlement in her divorce from Sir Paul McCartney.

BEST FOOT FORWARD

Finding boots we love is easy - knowing which suit us and our wardrobe is the hard part. New Idea picks 17 of this winter's best boots and gives you tips on what to wear them with.


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