Holyoake


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Holyoake

Sir Keith Jacka . 1904--83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960--72); governor general (1977--80)
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The woman managed to free the child and Holyoake "turned and smiled" before "running down the street." 
The inquest was told that Mr Holyoake - who had arranged to visit the property to fix a cooker - used a neighbour's ladder to gain access through a bedroom window.
| A NEW karate club is to be launched at South Pelaw's Holyoake Community Centre on Monday, December 5 (4.45-6.45).
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 13.1mile challenge, which is expected to attract 20,000 runners.
"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.
Professor Tessa Holyoake. You probably won't recognise her name.
It was initially thought the woman had been raped in a rear alley between Holyoake Street and Neale Street, however police now believe the attack happened in a nearby address.
The attack happened in an alley between Holyoake Street and Neale Street, which is just behind the town's police station.
Javed Chaudhary, 30, of Holyoake Avenue in Batley, and Mohammed Hussain, 40, of Wellington Walk in Dewsbury, were before Kirklees Magistrates' Court.
A theatre group at Mount Holyoake College said they wouldn't be performing The Vagina Monologues anymore because the play excludes women without vaginas.
Barry came to Advantage Publishing after a long career in advertising --8' O'clock Sports, New Zealand Readers Digest and NZ Rugby News were three of the titles he worked on--and he recalls once being invited, along with some colleagues, to drinks in Bellamy's by the Prime Minister of the day, Keith Holyoake.