Wages - Government policy

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Fletcher, David 1952- : "It's election time. They're backing everything!!!" The Politician. 4 September 2014
Date: 2012 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0029301 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. Max tells The Politician that "The opposition are backing 10-year passports, a review of the gambling laws and the call for h...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"Behold! Our grand plan to combat child poverty, cut hospital waiting lists, lift wages..." 1 November 2014
Date: 2014 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0029730 Description: Cartoon shows Prime Minister John Key standing next to a large easel pad showing a mock-up of a new flag for New Zealand with a silver fern against a black b...
Date: 1986 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: B-188-164/170 Description: Original cartoons drawn for the Daily News, 6 January to 17 February 1986 about political and social issues in New Zealand. Topics include economic policy, p...
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Original cartoons drawn for the New Zealand Times and the Daily News. 1983-1986] By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-188-001/017 Description: Original cartoons drawn for the New Zealand Times, 1 January to 4 November 1984 about political and social issues in New Zealand. Topics include: politicians...
Lynch, James, 1947-:"I need a $10 wage rise because of inflation!" 25 May 1981
Date: 1981 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022079 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon leaving a taxpayer bewildered by numbers as he tricks him into accepting the current wage level. Context: The wage round was...
Fletcher, David 1952- :"I want higher wages for everyone in this country! Starting with me!" 24 May 2012
Date: 2012 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0021565 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. The Politician announces that he wants higher wages for everone in this country - including himself. A common bromide announ...
Date: 1983 From: Lynch, James, 1947-:Collection of original cartoons by James Lynch. By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-186-054 Description: Prime Minister Rob Muldoon stands outside a cage that represents the wage 'freeze' with a gun; inside the cage is a mournful-looking bear representing 'infla...
Date: 1983 From: Lynch, James, 1947-:Collection of original cartoons by James Lynch. By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-186-049 Description: Shows Secretary of the FOL (Federation of Labour) Jim Knox as Don Quixote. Labour leader David Lange hangs onto his horse's tail trying to prevent his chargi...
Lynch, James, 1947-:Aground on Baring Heads! 2 June 1981
Date: 1981 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022080 Description: A ship named 'Wages policy' has run aground against the heads of Jim Knox, leader of the Federation of Labour and David Thorpe, leader of the C.S.U. (probabl...
Date: 1983 From: Lynch, James, 1947-:Collection of original cartoons by James Lynch. By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-186-046 Description: Shows President of the Northern Drivers' Union Bill Anderson and FOL (Federation of Labour) secretary Jim Knox stuck in a tarbaby that represents the 'wage f...
Lynch, James, 1947-:End of the holiday. 2 February 1982
Date: 1982 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022115 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon returning from a holiday to find his house, which represents New Zealand, in ruins. Context: The P.M. had returned to work ...
Lynch, James, 1947-:"Looks as if he's going to be obKNOXious and turn it down Jim! Get the gun ready!" 10 May 1982
Date: 1982 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022125 Description: Shows the Secretary of the Federation of Labour, Jim Knox, as a turkey. Two farmers, Prime Minister Rob Muldoon and Minister of Labour, Jim Bolger, try to t...
Lynch, James, 1947-: The wages of springtime. 11 August 1980
Date: 1980 By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022046 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon holding out a rag printed with the words 'Guidelines 13%' towards a bull with the face of Jim Knox, President of the Federat...
Date: 15 March 1989 - 15 Mar 1989 By: O'Neill, Joseph Bonaventure Cerretti, 1916-1999 Ref: OHInt-0058/05 Description: Joseph O'Neill gives the origin of his names and comments on them. Describes his background, his Roman Catholic upbringing and schooling, his brothers and s...
Date: 7 April 1995 By: Bufton, John Harold, 1930-2000 Ref: OHInt-0098-01 Description: John Bufton was born in Wales in 1930. Outlines family background and talks about his parents. Describes joining the Air Force after World War II, doing the...
Date: 1974 By: New Zealand Public Service Association Ref: Eph-A-DENTAL-1974-01 Description: Green flier outlining why dental nurses are acting to get a salary increase which recognises their profession and the skills they require to do their job. It...
Fletcher, David 1952- :'How are your efforts to help poorly paid workers going Minister?' 2 November 2012
Date: 2012 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0023285 Description: The politician tells a reporter that his efforts to help poorly paid workers has hit a snag because 'every worker thinks they're poorly paid.' Quantity: 1 d...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :[Plain packaging] 20 February 2013
Date: 2013 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0024073 Description: Depicts a number of contemporary issues, and offers possible plain packaging warning labels for each topic. Refers to legislation to make cigarettes less att...
Date: 1976 From: Scales, Sid, 1916-2003 :[One folder of cartoons featuring Robert Muldoon and the Muldoon era. Published in the Otago Daily Times, 1976] Ref: A-319-029 Description: Shows Rob Muldoon as Jack Frost ('Rob Frost'), waving a wand that thaws a frozen water tap as a man representing the lower-paid worker looks on. The accompan...
Date: 1976 From: Scales, Sid, 1916-2003 :[One folder of cartoons featuring Robert Muldoon and the Muldoon era. Published in the Otago Daily Times, 1976] Ref: A-319-031 Description: Shows Rob Muldoon skiing down a slope of 'frozen wages and prices', wearing skis that read 'Parliamentary salary and allowance rise?' He is watched by a work...