Toowoomba memorial service today will #DoItForDolly


"That was Dolly to a tee".

Taniesha Southeron says she and others have been questioning themselves after Dolly's death this week, which her family have linked to cyber bullying.

After the memorial, Dolly's father, Tick Everett, urged parents to talk to their children.

"I screamed in sideways and there she was".

Overwhelmed by social media bullies the young girl from south-west of Katherine in the Northern Territory took her own life on January 3 aged 14
Overwhelmed by social media bullies the young girl from south-west of Katherine in the Northern Territory took her own life on January 3 aged 14

Mr Vale's message comes just two days after he took to social media to blast a Sudanese mother who blamed Australia's "failing" social support system on her son's involvement in gang crime.

The wide-brimmed Akubra hats Dolly modeled as a little girl are one of Australia's most recognizable brands, an iconic symbol of rural Outback life. "There needs to be a major change", she said.

"Sometimes, much to my disgust, I'd come home and there would be another poddy on the veranda".

Mr Vale said he was deeply saddened after learning of Dolly's tragic death while making a cup of coffee.

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"She was always caring for animals, small children, other children at boarding school who were less fortunate than herself", the family's statement read, according to The BBC.

"It is sad. There's probably thousands of kids who've already done this", he said.

"We realise there are still going to be kids slip through the cracks - that's life - but we've got to save as many as we can".

Tick said schools were clearly not doing enough to counter bullying, and the campaign to stamp it out must start in the playground. They plan to establish a trust to be called Dolly's Dream.

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He took to social media Friday night, saying: 'What I'd like to try and do is to get the word out there to everybody, next Friday, the 19th of January, to turn your lights on.

He also shared a fond, personal memory of how she came to be known as Dolly.

Amy "Dolly" Everett, who as a child had been the face of iconic outback hat company Akubra, was remembered by her family as a "kind, caring and lovely soul". Sky News reports she was a 6-year-old girl whose beaming smile went around the world.

Her family have also called for donations to a new foundation called Dolly's Dream, aimed at supporting young people, and the 14-year-old's father Tick earlier this week called on his daughter's bullies to attend. "And in this young girl's life with lethal effect." dolly will be Farewelled at a funeral service in Katherine on Friday.

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Friends and relatives donned her favourite shade of blue as they paid their respects at Casuarina Street Primary School in Katherine, Northern Australia.