Holyoake


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Holyoake

(ˈhəʊlɪˌəʊk)
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(Biography) Sir Keith Jacka (ˈdʒækə). 1904–83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960–72); governor general (1977–80)
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Prime Minister Holyoake should have attended himself.
Our own Keith Holyoake was known--not only in this country it seems but also across the Tasman--for putting on airs.
It was Holyoake who first made it clear that we would not become a nuclear power, would not acquire nuclear weapons and would not store them for anyone else.
Thomas League cup Anstey Sports Bar Reserves earned themselves a quarter final place with a 6-1 win away at Athletic Sportsman, Gary Warren's early goal for the home side was eclipsed by a Darren Wheeler hat trick, two from Joe Griffen and a Luke Holyoake strike.
E45 cream is one of the few to carry a warning after the death of Christopher Holyoake, 63, from Leicester, in 2015.
250 000 has been allocated for the employment of two full time Trauma Informed Care professionals in Alice Springs for Bush mob to enhance the existing youth alcohol and other drugs residential rehabilitation services and Holyoake to develop and implement counselling programs specifically for youth.
Sid Holland and Walter Nash were the winter and spring 'seasons' for Alister McIntosh's 23-year tutelage of his quartet of prime ministers, Peter Fraser, Sid Holland, Walter Nash and Keith Holyoake.
Martin Charleton Kelly, 44, of Holyoake Place, Rugeley, was sentenced to eight years and one month.
A NEW karate club is to be launched at South Pelaw's Holyoake Community Centre on Monday, December 5 (4.
Nick will be joined by colleagues Chris Bacon, Lucy Bridge, Vickie Morrall, Megan Edwards, Cheryl Graham, Ruth Holyoake, Rachael Jones, Gareth Madeley, Sam Scott, Chris Yates and Matt Yates in taking on the 13.
His deputy will be veteran Lib Dem councillor Chris Abbott, who beat Labour nomination Cllr Shelagh Holyoake to the role, again with a 30-28 voting split.
They could hardly talk never mind sing, so Bob Wooler who was DJ at the Cavern and knew me from the Holyoake Hall by Penny Lane, asked if I'd get up and do three songs with them.