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Hubbard, Jim 1949-:Arts. The Dominion. 19 May, 2000.
Date: 2000 From: Hubbard, Jim 1949-:47 original cartoons published variously in the Dominion, Bay of Plenty Times, Hawke's Bay Today, Southland Times during 2000. By: Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-350-044 Description: Shows Helen Clark representing the 'Government', dancing in leotards to the tune of a busking violinist who represents the 'Arts'. As she dances she throws $...
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :Thank God for the spitfire and hurricane down at Wanaka ... Dominion, 22 March 2000.
Date: 2000 From: Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3). By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-314-1-028 Description: Two pilots reading a paper in which it is announced that the New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark, has scrapped a deal to lease to buy from the United Sta...
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :Drug testing in school ... Imagine getting a D for maths and an A plus for drugs. Dominion, 26 June 2000.
Date: 2000 From: Various artists :Collection of photocopies, newspaper clippings and bromides of cartoons by Bromhead (A-314-1), Brockie (A-314-2) and J. C. Hill (A-314-3). By: Bromhead, Peter, 1933-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: A-314-1-029 Description: Two schoolboys outside Wainuiomata College discuss its drug testing programme. Quantity: 1 newspaper clipping.. Physical Description: Newspaper clipping, c...
Crimp, Daryl 1958- :'It's guilty, or not guilty... you can't plead arrogant on a charge of fraud!' 'It's worked for the Prime Minister so far, m'lud!' The Dominion 14 May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-016 Description: Shows a judge telling a wigged lawyer that his client can't plead arrogant to a charge of fraud. The lawyer sayers that the Prime Minister Helen Clark has us...
Crimp, Daryl 1958- :'I hear the school bully is at it again!' 'Which one... the Ministry, or the striking teachers?' The Dominion 10 May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-014 Description: Shows two students discussing negotiations between the Education Ministry and the Secondary school teachers. A student accuses one side of being bullies but ...
Crimp, Daryl 1958- :Nats. Nats call for SFO Director's head. 'BRUARK!....We want a head... not just any head!' The Dominion 18 May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-018 Description: Shows the National Party as a headless chook having had it's head severed on the wood-block of 'credibility'. The headless chook is meanwhile calling for the...
Hubbard, James 1949- :Lest We Forget. NZ - Aus. relations strained. World Cup decisi(on). The Dominion, 25 April 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-011-005 Description: Shows NZ and Australian ANZAC's walking arm in arm from a war memorial. In a nearby rubbish bin are two newspaper headlines of recent developments in the sou...
Crimp, Daryl 1958- :National targets voters with glossy magazine 'And then little Bill English said... my goodness Helen, what big teeth you have!' The Dominion 11 May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-015 Description: Shows a father reading a story to his child who is tucked up in bed. Extended Title - National Times... Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
Crimp, Daryl, 1958- :Canterbury. Home of the CRUSADERS. Home of the ALL BLACKS. 28 May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-026 Description: Shows a whistling workman replacing the sign: 'Home of the CRUSADERS' with the sign: 'Home of the ALL BLACKS'. This relates to the recent announcement of the...
Hubbard, James 1949- :Te Wananga o Aotearoa. Free cellphone with every Mahi Ora tertiary course. 'No coverage? We can fly him to an area where there is coverage..' The Dominion, 10 April 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-011-002 Description: Shows a training provider administrator negotiating to fly a student to an area where he will get cellphone coverage from his free cellphone. The free cellph...
Hubbard, James 1949- :$1 Million Legal Aid Bill for Family of Burglars..news. Serious crims. Legal Aid. 'BURGLARS!' The Dominion, 12 April 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-011-004 Description: Shows a serious criminal and his legal aid representative walking off with a bag full of legal aid money. Two lawyers watch on, one exclaims 'Burglars!' Qua...
Hubbard, James 1949-:She is taking a call from Matt McCarten... The Dominion, 9 April 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons By: Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-011-001 Description: A secretary is getting mud over her face through the telephone receiver. She is watched by Alliance Party leader Jim Anderton and Deputy Leader Sandra Lee. ...
Crimp, Daryl 1958- :National gunning for PM... 'Putting pressure on Helen has paid off... she's already up to her knees!' 'From where you're standing, Bill... pray she doesn't sink any lower!' Political quick-sand. The Dominion 15(?) May 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-:[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post and other newspapers] By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958-; Dominion (Newspaper) Ref: DX-012-017 Description: Shows Helen Clark standing up to her knees in a 'political quick-sand' bog, she holds her dress up so as not to wet it. Two bamboo sticks poke up through the...
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