North Shore Times : North Shore Times 2nd November
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Witnesses to incident are sought By MICHELLE ROBINSON Police are seeking infor- mation after a hit-and- run in Glenfield where a young woman received multiple injuries. The 24-year-old victim is still receiving treat- ment after the incident on Easton Park Pde near Manuka Rd on October 14.She told police she was standing against her car on Easton Park Rd when a dark blue car came around the corner and struck her before con- tinuing towards Kai- patiki Rd. Police want the driver of the vehicle involved to come forward so that the full circumstances of the incident can be deter- mined, constable Mur- ray Fenton says. A number of parents were collecting their chil- dren from school at the time and may have seen something. Contact Mr Fenton at North Shore police on 477-5352 or anony- mously at CrimeStop- pers on 0800-555-111 if you have any infor- mation. Grace all dressed up for charity By SARAH CODDINGTON Girly girl: Grace Shelley shows off her collection of dresses she has been wearing for Frocktober. Photo: BEN WATSON Grace Shelley usually wears jeans, but for a whole month she has been spotted in a differ- ent frock each day. The Belmont resident gave herself a challenge to go girly for the month of October, other- wise known as Frock- tober. She decided to wear a different dress each day and at the same time raise funds for the New Zealand Gynaecological Cancer Foundation. Miss Shelley, 21, wanted a purpose for wearing the dresses and thought the foundation s cause being a feminine issue fitted in with the theme of the month. The Auckland Univer- sity student usually spends most of her days in jeans so she borrowed some of her friends dresses. I would love to put on a pair of jeans right now, but I think after this is up I will wear dresses more often, she says. Every day Miss Shel- ley blogged about her experiences of wearing the dresses. She included the his- tory of each dress and events of her day. My favourite dress is a blue one my friend Asia gave me. It s vintage-like and reminds me of the 90s, she says. So far Miss Shelley has raised $450 for the foundation and hopes to raise a bit more before she finishes her stint early November. To donate to the cause go to www.fundraiseon line.co.nz/girlyforacause. The foundation was set up in memory of Leonie Coates who died from ovarian cancer in 2006. It aims to educate women about the signs and symptoms of gynae- cological cancer and encourages early detec- tion. Call 0800-682-7426 or go to their website www.nzgcf.org.nz for more information about the foundation.
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