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65 years of history now a pile of rubble

 

Today marks the 65th anniversary of the official opening of the former Anzac Hill High School campus. Little of it is left now, with only the western half, or stage two, of the original building (completed at the end of 1953) being demolished on its special anniversary – it will probably be completely destroyed by the end of the day. By ALEX NELSON.

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