Video: Naval ladies shave for a cure

Last updated 15:09 22/03/2014
Fairfax NZ

Awesome women shave their heads to raise money for cancer at the Devonport Naval Base.

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Two members of the Royal New Zealand Navy now have hairstyles fit for the marines.

Captain Corina Bruce and naval police administrator Marcia Wilson were all aboard during a charity head shave at Devonport Naval Base yesterday.

The pair have so far raised almost $5,000 for Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.

Shave for a Cure week is the organisation's signature annual fundraiser, and it ends tomorrow.

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