Notice – Australia Post delivery delays
Australia Post are moving an extremely high volume of mail due to an unprecedented increase in online shopping. This, combined with workplace restrictions for those working at Australia Post mail processing facilities, is seeing delivery delays across the country for regular mail. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time and look forward to seeing improvements as lockdowns and restrictions ease.
Toggle

previous arrow
next arrow
Shadow
Slider

When you think puzzles, you think Lovatts.

With over 20 magazine titles, we’re the market leaders in crossword and puzzle publishing throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK.

Subscribe today and you’ll receive automatic entry into our regular subscriber sweepstakes for a chance to win great prizes. Play our new range of online puzzles, hone your skills with our puzzle tutorials, find your name among our growing list of winners or simply browse around and be entertained at Christine’s Desk.

Puzzle Magazines

Buy your favourite Lovatts crossword & puzzle magazines from anywhere in the world. Purchase titles individually or check out our packages and save!

All MagazinesVisit Store

Christine's Desk

Take a break at Christine’s Desk. Here you’ll find Christine’s popular monthly Hello column, puzzle news, word talk, puzzle tutorials and much more…

Christine’s DeskPuzzle TutorialsWord Talk

Daily Online Puzzles

Play our brand new range of multi-platform puzzles on your desktop, tablet or other device. WIN CASH in the Enigma online crossword competition.

All Online PuzzlesEnigma CrosswordOnline Sudoku


Latest from the Lovatts Blog

  • Nature’s creepy-crawlies

Nature’s creepy-crawlies

Perhaps it’s no coincidence that etymology and entomology look alike. Cockroach comes from the Spanish cucaracha and describes the unpopular nocturnal insect and a worthless or despicable person, although perhaps it should mean a born survivor, who lives through any circumstance.

Beetle comes from old English bitula ‘to bite’ and to beetle off is to scuttle hurriedly like a beetle. Being beetle-browed means having tufted eyebrows like the antennae of beetles. A beetle-crusher is a big boot.

The ladybird is known in the USA [more…]

Word Talk

Instagram Feed

Magazine updates

13 10, 2021

FINDaWORD (Issue 146) Winners

Match-Ups
Sol: Chicago and Casablanca
$50 Cash
P Cocker, Halls Head WA; A Duncan, Bazdivis WA; J Etheridge, Allambie Heights NSW; S Morgan, Tamatea, Napier NZ; Y [more…]

8 10, 2021

MEGA! Winners (131)

MEGA Mix
NutriBullet Mega Pack
R Davies, Kings Langley NSW.
$50 Cash
W Fahy, Alexandra Hills QLD; P Guidera, Kimba SA; A Heit, Blackbutt QLD; D Lowe, Raureka [more…]

Win prizes in Lovatts puzzle magazines
21 09, 2021

Subscriber Sweepstake UK July/August 2021

CONGRATULATIONS to the latest winners in our Lovatts Subscriber Sweepstake!

These lucky subscribers have shared in £250 worth of prizes!

Kindle – J Galley, Harrogate
Bushnell Binoculars [more…]

13 09, 2021

UK CROSSWORD PUZZLE COLLECTION Winners (Issue 135)

Double Monster
£100 Cash
Mrs J Munday, Exmouth.

Monster Colossus
£50 Cash
S Harrop, Malham.
£25 Cash
V Hone, Alexandria; D Tyler, West Mersea.

Monster Starhunt
£50 Cash
J Liddle, Ovingham.
£25 Cash
G Hutson, Keighley; [more…]

Win prizes in Lovatts puzzle magazines
Coming Soon!

Sign up to our FREE email newsletter.