Scott, Thomas 1947- :We've got millions of Abbos, Dagos, Wogs and Poms, she can have if she is really keen... Evening Post, 7 September 2001.
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Wife, family, secretariat, Ad-Agency, speech-writer and 22 no-hopers to support! New Times. [ca 1975].
Scott, Thomas 1947- :Let us not forget that the bits that are left are basically excellent... Evening Post, 22 March 1986.
Scott, Thomas 1947- :I'm the only one battle-hardened enough to lead the Labour Party. NZ Listener, 6 November 1982.
Scott, Thomas 1947- :Muldoon on Muldoon, chapter one, tape one. - In the beginning I created heaven and earth.... NZ Listener, 26 November 1977.
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :The Budget debate. "If Don takes the Smart Alec down few pegs, I wouldn't mind...." "You can do it, Mike, wipe the smug look off Don's face for me ..." 19 May 2003
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Gallipoli... 'As long as New Zealanders look back lads they will surely concur that nationhood was forged right here on this anvil!' 'How come there is never a Turkish sniper when you need one?' The Paua and the Glory, 1982.
Scott, Thomas 1947- :"They caught him giving his small daughter a bath..." "Really? ...Let go of Daddy's hand sweetheart..." Published in The Evening Post, 17 April 1989.
New Zealand cartoonists:Farewell cartoon for Susan Foster (2000). Composite of a caricature of Susan Foster by Bob Brockie, his self-portrait and 16 other self-portraits by New Zealand cartoonists.
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :'Ah prison riots, blossom festivals, decimal currency, Springbok tours, Manapouri, Vietnam - how well I remember consensus politics...' New Zealand Listener, 15 November 1980.
Scott, Thomas 1947-: Australia invented the wheel, the radio, aeroplanes, penicillin, and the dirty great whopping fib... circa 1988.
Scott, Thomas 1947- :[Parliamentary Select Committee on women's rights. New Zealand Listener. Between 1972 and 1974]
Scott, Thomas 1947-: 'Isn't it good news about the economic boom across the Tasman?' 'Yeah... it's a shame it has to be wasted on Australians..' (undated)