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Next year Hillcrest High School will be celebrating 50 years (1972 to 2022) with a reunion planned for 14 to 17 April 2022 (Easter weekend). The reunion committee has been working since the beginning of this year to create a programme that will showcase Hillcrest over the last 50 years and provide an opportunity for you to catch up with classmates, teachers and colleagues, many of whom you would have not seen for many years.
Former student Brian Winter is writing a book about the history of the school, which will be on sale online and during the reunion.
For information please email email@example.com or visit the Hillcrest High School website www.hillcrest-high.school.nz and follow the reunion link to the reunion website. The reunion website contains all contact details, registration for the reunion and alumni, as well as the various events.
Assisted living makes life easier, with housekeeping taken care of and a chef-prepared meal every day. It’s great for you, and reassuring for your family, because they know you’re being looked after. Best of all, it frees up more time to do the things you love!
Apartments are in the heart of the village, with easy access to everything the village has to offer.
The feeling of togetherness is the icing on the cake for residents, this is enhanced by a variety of outings, regular transport options and opportunities to join in with activities when you feel like it.
Former border worker who lost her job after not getting jabbed loses High Court challenge
The judge said section 11 of the bill of rights provided that everyone had the right to refuse to undergo any medical treatment.
The court’s task in this case was to balance the benefit of the vaccine and the risk of being unvaccinated against any discrimination in relation to those affected, he said.
I acknowledge everybody's right to choose not to get vaccinated, as long as they acknowledge my right/choice to choose who enters into my personal space be that home, business, whatever
As your choice endangers my welfare, my families and my business ,nothing personal, just my choice i respect yours .all i ask is you respect mine
Simple as that really