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Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991:He came out like a lion... [December 1962-January 1963]
Date: 1962 - 1963 By: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-184-050 Description: In the upper frame British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, as a lion, marches proudly out of the Commonwealth Conference of September 1962 'He came out like...
Lynch, James, 1947-:"I always knew some useful lessons would come out of that darned tour!" 28 September 1981
Date: 1981 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022097 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon as a protester with a plywood shield and a piece of wood with a large nail protruding from it. He is heading off to the 'Com...
Lynch, James, 1947-:National reveals policy to "beautify" NZ with a flower planting programme. 19 October 1981
Date: 1981 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022100 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon standing with Warren Cooper Minister of Foreign Affairs beside a grave which marks the death of 'New Zealand's international...
Lynch, James, 1947-: Steady as she goes. 7 July 1980
Date: 1980 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022041 Description: Shows Prime Minister Rob Muldoon in a sinking boat with MPs Hugh Templeton and Brian Talboys. The boat sinks because it is overloaded with large animals that...
Lynch, James, 1947-:"Look! Maybe we shouldn't get carried away with this free enterprise and competition nonsense!" 21 February 1982
Date: 1982 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0022130 Description: Shows Hugh Templeton Minister of Trade and Industry forcing a reluctant kiwi into the boxing ring to fight a large and aggressive kangaroo. Context: Closer ...
Paterson, Alan Stewart 1902-1968 :Little Eric on the second test. The Dominion, 13 June 1950.
Date: 1950 By: Paterson, Alan Stuart, 1902-1968; Dominion (Newspaper); Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- Ref: B-154-026 Description: The cartoon reviews the second test, All Blacks against the British Lions, from the 1950 Lions tour. Exhibited in 'Guts and Glory' an exhibition of rugby ca...
Heath, Eric Walmsley, 1923- :French Army looking for new test site. [12 February 1987].
Date: 1987 From: Heath, Eric Walmsley 1923- :[Cartoons on topics of defence, politics, social issues, whimsy, medical issues, pollution, conservationists, trade unions, space exploration, animals, police & crime, Television, farming, sport, war, and transport. 1970-1990s]. Ref: B-144-062 Description: Shows the marine ecologist Jacques Cousteau in a wetsuit and rubber dinghy, reconnoitring in Wellington Harbour from his boat the "Calypso", while a concerne...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :"I won a point!" "I won the battle!" "I won the political war!" "... and I pay the price!". 17 June 1984
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0024968 Description: Shows the unions, Marsden Point executive, Rob Muldoon that they all won. However an angry motorist points out that he pays the price. Accompanying note fro...
Who we go with after the election lies with other parties - Winston Peters. The Dominion, 20 July 1999
Date: 1999 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0006742 Description: Shows the leader of New Zealand First, Winston Peters, dressed as a prostitute and soliciting on a street corner. The ground is covered with empty cigarette ...
Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991:Parliament thinks local talent should be used over the broadcasting system - [1949-1951]
Date: 1949 - 1951 By: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: B-184-042 Description: The cartoon is composed of five cameos; reading anti-clockwise the first has text reading 'featuring such artists as Fred (Spike) Jones and his City Boot-Cli...
Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991:Dark Page. [1950]
Date: 1950 By: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 Ref: B-184-015 Description: William Stanley Goosman, Minister of Works, reads from a book entitled 'Prophecy of gloom' in the rather murky light from a bulb representing an 'inadequate ...
Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991:...as night follows day. [1950]
Date: 1950 By: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 Ref: B-184-014 Description: Prime Minister Sid Holland smiles broadly as he reads a document that says 'M.P.s' wage increase approved'. He is followed by a crowd of working men led by F...
Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991:The joker. 'Members of M.P.'s Salary Commission appointed - News'. 1949-1954
Date: 1949 - 1954 By: Colvin, Neville Maurice, 1918-1991 Ref: B-184-010 Description: The cartoon shows Prime Minister Sid Holland leaping from his chair in disbelief as a fortune teller tells him that he 'can expect a decrease in salary'. Tex...
Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Cheer up lads - there's bound to be another by-election somewhere soon... Sunday News, 20 February 1977.
Date: 1977 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Van der Voo (A-316-1), Malcolm Walker (A-316-2), Mark Winter (A-316-3), Neil Lonsdale (A-316-4). By: Walker, Malcolm, 1950-; Sunday News (Newspaper) Ref: A-316-2-018 Description: A row of vultures perch on a branch above the dying body of 'Mangere' (the electorate), while one of them, 'Lucky Lange' flies down to scavenge it. David Lan...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :'More petrol price rises to come... Where will it all end...' 13 August 1984
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0024880 Description: Shows an alarmed motorist at three petrol pumps - 'Shell-out', 'Eu-rip-off' and 'Atlandish'. Accompanying note from cartoonist states 'Petrol prices were beg...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :Too many chiefs. 13 February 1984
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0024854 Description: Shows Maori leaders at a signpost which points to 'Historically significant moment', 'Golden opportunity', 'Potentially momentous occasion'. Accompanying not...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :"Of course you don't smell a rat stupid... now about this red herring..." 23 April 1984
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0024864 Description: Shows Rob Muldoon talking to a journalist from the the Press Gallery. Muldoon holds up a smelly red herring ('Rent') on a stick whilst he tucks a rat ('Allen...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :'1974 - "A mighty Totara has fallen!"', '1985 - "A weedy Tanekaha has strangled himself!"' [Unpublished 1985]
Date: 1985 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] Ref: DCDL-0024948 Description: Shows John Kirk, son of Norman Kirk, as a small Tanekaha tree which has tied itself in knots. Accompanying note from cartoonist states 'John Kirk - son of No...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :'Devaluation'. 7 October 1984
Date: 1984 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: New Zealand times (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0024976 Description: Shows Geoffrey Palmer sweating outside a barred door (Devaluation) in which he is desperately trying to keep the skeleton trapped behind the door. Accompanyi...
Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :'Labour Party conference confirms anti-nuclear policy... and the economic policy...' 9 September 1985
Date: 1985 From: Lynch, James Robert, 1947- :[Digital scans of cartoons published in the New Plymouth Daily News and the New Zealand Times] By: Taranaki daily news (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0024936 Description: Shows the White House with a voice advising the United States President "Let's face it Mr Pesident... Noo Zealand has been taken over by a bunch of left win...