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DOLLY'S DAY: Warwick turns blue in memory of teen

REMEMBERING DOLLY: Casey Lee sent in this pic of a gorgeous little blue cowgirl.
REMEMBERING DOLLY: Casey Lee sent in this pic of a gorgeous little blue cowgirl. Contributed

THE Rose City turned a bright shade of blue today to honour local schoolgirl Amy "Dolly” Jayne Everett.

On the same day as her memorial service in her hometown of Katherine, Warwick gave its support to the Everett family by honouring their request for everyone to don Dolly's favourite colour for the day.

Businesses, exercise groups and families got behind the cause.

Dolly's story has touched hearts around the nation and many are hoping it's the spark we need to stamp out bullying for good.

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