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Ceremony to remember a slain mum

August 07, 2013 at 3:40 PM

The Whangarei community remembered the 1st anniversary of Ashlee Edwards murder this weekend along with the McGrath family, Whangarei women's refuge and Ngati Hine with which Ashlee was involved helping mothers in domestic violence situations.

Ashlee had two children under 2 years old. Her expartner Jummy Akuhata 29 is charged with her murder. 

you can read that news piece here

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