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Westside Plaza, Wester Hailes 20,000 Proposed by Wester Hailes Community Trust
The Heed went in front after a fine cross from Matty Halliday was nodded in by Butler before Hailes (pictured right) doubled their advantage with a tidy finish.
Along with a house manager, The Hailes also includes a homeowners' lounge, landscaped gardens and a guest suite, along with security entrance and 24-hour emergency call points.
Mr Hailes explained: "We were living in a derelict pub with no floor and we had no heating or hot water for 16 months, so it was really tough.
On 12 February 1763, Sir David Dalrymple, 3rd Baronet of Hailes (1726-1792, soon to be raised to the Scottish judicial bench as Lord Hailes) wrote to his young friend and protege, James Boswell:
HONOUR walks down the aisle with Alan VIVA LAS VEGAS John and Lorraine Hailes, centre, are joined in Las Vegas by family and friends, TV3's Alan Hughes - and an Elvis impersonator FUN Alan tries headdress
What is less impressive is the fact that she is married and sent the snaps to Hailes while "flirting" with him online.
Stephen Hailes, 48, met married Karen Parker, 36, in an internet chatroom, and at the height of their romance she sent him naked photos, magistrates heard.
Dunedin Hospital emergency department nurse Angela Hailes said the forum had been a worthwhile opportunity for nurses to meet government ministers and raise their concerns about safe staffing, access to on-going paid education opportunities, and the flow-on effects of the Government's population-based health funding on the Otago District Health Board.
In the other case, a driver spotted the body of 21-year-old Daniel Campos in the 3400 block of Hailes Road south of Camarillo about 1 a.
MN&N claims its store in Wester Hailes estate in Edinburgh has filled a gap in an underserved market, providing locally sourced produce and access to a cash machine.
Warwick Hailes, trainer of Mr Bureaucrat, said: "That's a relief - I wasn't confident of keeping the race after the stewards took so long to make their decision.