Cootamundra Year 7 student Andie McTavish has made useful gifts from getting her hair cut.

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Updated August 30 2019 - 2:07pm, first published 2:00pm
Juleann Tanks measures Andie McTavish's hair, being cut for the first time in her life to make wigs for children who lose their hair from cancer treatment.
Juleann Tanks measures Andie McTavish's hair, being cut for the first time in her life to make wigs for children who lose their hair from cancer treatment.

Split Enz hairdressing salon owner Juleann Tanks got her tape measure out on Wednesday afternoon to make sure she got at least 35cm when she and Tish McTavish plaited the hair of Cootamundra High year 7 student, Andie McTavish.

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Tom Gosling

Journalist, Cootamundra Herald

I've had a long career in journalism and corporate communications, starting with country newspapers, radio and TV in northern NSW and including ABC News Sydney and the Melbourne Herald. I edited The University of Sydney News for 10 years, and was Media Officer for CSIRO in Canberra and BHP Steelworks in Port Kembla.

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