A Model Ambassador

Auckland model Anna Fitzpatrick, is an official ambassador for the newly established Princess Charlotte Alopecia Foundation in Australia, named for the daughter of Penrith Panthers assistant coach Mathew Adamson. Fitzpatrick, like Charlotte Adamson, was diagnosed with the autoimmune disorder alopecia universalis, when she was seven-years-old. The Foundation’s mission is to create greater awareness of alopecia and to raise money to help sufferers buy quality wigs. Fitzpatrick told the Sunday Star Times that being bald is a part of who she is. “People say they are a blonde, brunette. I am a bald girl … Alopecia is me.” Fitzpatrick is presenter of Alt TV’s live fashion show The Seen.


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Invert Robotics Relocates HQ to Dublin

Invert Robotics Relocates HQ to Dublin

Christchurch-founded Invert Robotics, a company that develops inspection robots, is relocating its headquarters to Dublin after recently raising €3.5 million from backers that include State-backed Finistere Ventures, Charlie Taylor reports for…