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"As far as the seashore issue is concerned, Govt. has drawn the line in the sand!" 19 August, 2003
Date: 2003 From: Hubbard, James, 1949-: Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DCDL-0006750 Description: Shows the Prime Minister Helen Clark drawing a curling, wandering line in the sand on a beach. Refers to the government meeting considerable opposition over ...
"Then the Government rushed it through and everyone lived happily ever after!" "You were the same at that age, dear... loved nothing better than a good fairy story!" 10 December 2010
Date: 2010 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DCDL-0016321 Description: A grandfather reads a bedtime story called the 'Foreshore and Seabed saga' to his small grandson. He reads 'Then the government rushed it through and everyon...
Webb, Murray, 1947- :Haami Piripi. [ca 6 August 2004]
Date: 2004 From: Webb, Murray, 1947- :Digital caricatures Ref: DX-001-850 Description: Caricature of Haami Piripi, Chief Executive of the Maori Language Commission and chief of the Northland community of Ahipara. Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
Webb, Murray :Customary owners of the foreshore and seabed - lest we forget. [ca 18 August 2003].
Date: 2003 From: Webb, Murray, 1947- :Digital caricatures Ref: DX-001-627 Description: Shows a large sign on a beach with the message that the creatures that live in the sea are the customary owners of the foreshore and seabed. Quantity: 1 di...
Darroch, Bob :"Don't you think you should take a break from your sit-in protest until the tide goes out again?" The foreshore is for everyone! We will not be moved. 13 May 2004.
Date: 2003 - 2004 From: Darroch, Bob :[Nine cartoons published in the Whangarei Report between 1 April and 27 May 2004.] Ref: H-742-007 Description: A woman in a rowboat pleading with a stubborn-looking man to defer his protesting until the tide has gone out. The man, holding a protest placard about the f...
Smith, Hayden James, 1976- :Stumbling upon a familar trail... 8 January 2012
Date: 2012 From: Smith, Hayden James, 1976-:[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] By: Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0020327 Description: Prime Minister John Key stumbles along a familiar trail carrying the 'SOE Act Rewrite' under his arm. Eventually he comes upon a sign that reads 'Ye Olde Cla...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :And we are delighted to welcome Prime Minister Clark... Something of an expert on seabed and foreshore upheaval... Otago Daily Times, 5 January 2005.
Date: 2005 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-156 Description: The President of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, introduces the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, at the World Leaders Summit. The summit has ...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :No thanks mate...but try the police motorcade crowd - they investigate themselves too! Otago Daily Times, 6 August 2004.
Date: 2004 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-062 Description: Shows Haami Piripi leaning out a window of the Maori Language Commission, turning down a man selling whitewash. Mr Piripi (CEO) made a highly critical submis...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945-:[Seabed and Foreshore debate] 25 March 2011
From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0017397 Description: A man is almost knocked off his feet by the air rush as a huge wrecking ball swings over his head; in the lower panel he is seen to be representing 'NZ' (New...
Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :The problem with Brash is you never know if he's being genuine or just buying your vote! Otago Daily Times [ca 14 October 2004]
Date: 2004 From: Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :[Digital cartoons published in the Otago Daily Times] Ref: DX-022-095 Description: Two workmen discuss the National Party's leader, Don Brash's response to the latest lake bed claim by Tuwharetoa Maori in Rotorua. Extended Title - True!.. ...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :What do they mean - my chain is under threat! National Business Review, 8 August, 2003.
Date: 2002 From: Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DX-003-098 Description: Queen Elizabeth reads an article in The Times while on the toilet, and wonders how her chain is being threatened. Refers to the debate over the foreshore and...
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :"I command Maori expectations about ownership of seadbed and foreshore to retreat..." 4 July 2003
Date: 2003 From: Scott, Thomas, 1947- :[Digital cartoons published in the Dominion Post] Ref: DCDL-0025510 Description: The cartoon shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark, seated on a throne on the beach. She wears royal regalia, including a crown, and holds an orb. She has her rig...
"Heaps of them, clogging up the system, over-loading the network... Wasting time & money! I thought the govt were going to stop them! They ARE implementing anti-spam measures! But how about anti-HIKOI measures!" 29 April, 2004
Date: 2004 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0005347 Description: Shows a couple sitting in a car that is caught in a traffic jam as hikoi marchers cross the Auckland harbour bridge. The man compares the hikoi to spam clog...
"To get us through Otira?" "To get us over Turia!" 7 April, 2004
Date: 2004 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0005330 Description: Shows the Prime Minister Helen Clark and her deputy Dr Michael Cullen outside in the snow. Clark is putting snow chains on a car. Cullen asks if it is for th...
Webb, Murray, 1947- :Tame Iti [ca 3 February, 2005]
Date: 2005 From: Webb, Murray, 1947- :Digital caricatures Ref: DX-001-996 Description: Caricature of Maori activist Tame Iti holding a gun and a ripped up flag. Refers to a number of controversial actions he made in 2004 and 2005. On 6 May 200...