Woman's Day Magazine NZ


For most people, seeing the odd speck of glitter showing up in random places wouldn’t mean much, but for Dr Catherine Stone, they are a message from beyond the grave.

The Aucklander, who is affectionately known as Dr Cat, started noticing the sparkling flecks more and more often at the end of last year, and believes that her dear friend Helena McAlpine – who passed away after a courageous battle with breast cancer in September 2015, aged just 37 – was trying to get her attention.

Dr Cat, who was

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