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    First Names:Kathleen Lorna
  • Also known as:Skin
  • Last Name:Kawana
  • Age:46y
  • Country:New Zealand
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  • ID:410682

Kathleen (46) was from Porirua but tragically her body was found in a vacant property in the remote East Coast town of Ruatoria over 640 km away. RIP Kathleen.
Those with information which could help were being asked to contact Gisborne Police on 06 8690200 or provide details anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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    • See yah later mum.

      I miss you alot mum. Never knew how much I would but I'd just like to thank you for everything you ever taught us, ever did for us and how patient and loving you were with us kids. I hope the police find who ever killed you so you may rest in peace and we get the answers we're looking for. I've said a thousand times before that you are many things but what happened to you, you never deserve.
      To the public please come forward with any info you may know even if you think it's nothing it could just help find out what happened to my mum.
      To who ever killed my mum I hope you're happy with all the pain you've caused because now my daughter and any other moko's she may have in the future will never know their nan. And my mum will never get to know her moko's. As it stands I hate you for what you did to my mum and the pain you caused me and my family, so thanks alot

      Donna-Rose Ratana. Titahi Bay, Porirua, New Zealand. Saturday, November 09, 2019

    • Fearwell friend

      Firstly she was not from porirua she was from haestings she lived in porirua facts are everything.
      Secondly you will be missed dear by all who knew you best safe travel with your ansestors.
      Haere haere haere atu koe ki te atua i runganei

      Joseph Harris. Porirua , New Zealand. Friday, August 30, 2019

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