ACT New Zealand (Political party)

ACT (Association of Consumers and Taxpayers), Association of Consumers & Taxpayers (N.Z.)

Roger Douglas (ex Labour) and Derek Quigley (ex National) found The Association of Consumers and Taxpayers. Supporters of The Association of Consumers and Taxpayers formed the ACT New Zealand political party with Richard Prebble as leader in 1995. In 2004, ACT added "The Liberal Party" under its logo suggesting it is attempting to embrace both libertarian and liberal ideas.

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Date: 1998 - 1999 From: Fletcher, David, fl 1990s :Political cartoons published in the New Truth, March to July 1998 Description: A three-panel strip showing Richard Prebble set up in a very fancy, colourful stand that is his soapbox. Winston Peters asks angrily what such an extravaganc...
Date: [1990-2003] From: Collins, Graeme, 1949-2004 : Papers Description: Correspondence, newsletters etc relating to Collins' interest in politics Other Titles - Rongotai Alliance newsletter (Sep/Oct, Oct/Nov 1995) Quantity: 1 f...
Date: 2001 By: Winter, Mark, 1958-; Southland times (Newspaper) Description: Cartoons on national and international political and social issues. Quantity: 23 original cartoon(s). Physical Description: Black ink and Chinese white on ...
Slane, Christopher, 1957- :'We would be fools to take our tea with anyone so spidery.' Listener, 3 August 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Listener (Periodical); Slane, Christopher, 1957- Description: Prime Minister Helen Clark as a spider, offers other New Zealand political party leaders a cup of tea. The other politicians appear as bubble bees. The title...
Date: 1999 By: Ball, Murray Hone, 1939-2017 Description: Shows a politician labelled 'Nat. ACT' pulling New Zealand out from under a couple of elderly New Zealanders. The country bears a sign saying 'Sold!' Quanti...
Date: 1999 By: Ball, Murray Hone, 1939-2017 Description: Shows politicians from the National and ACT parties (Jenny Shipley and Richard Prebble?) feeding people to hungry sharks. The people are labelled 'the poor'...
Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :MMP alliances... Well, who wants to play with me? Sunday News, 28 January 1996.
Date: 1996 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) Description: The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Jim Bolger, as a small boy surrounded by the broken 'toys' of fisheries, superannuation, privatisation, health ...
Scott, Thomas, 1947- :'Is it just me, or is Rodney less fun now that he is leader of ACT..?' Dominion Post, 25 June 2004.
Date: 2004 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Description: The bystander watches Rodney Hide go by. He is the new leader of the New Zealand ACT Party and is wearing a straight-jacket on which are pinned reminders - '...
Greenall, Frank :The grim face of power... Dominion, 18 April 1994.
Date: 1994 From: Greenall, Frank, fl 1980-1990s :Cartoons published in The Dominion. Mar 1993/May 1994. Description: The New Zealand prime minister and leader of the National Party, Jim Bolger, naked, is chasing three women representing potential coalition partners. New Ze...
Date: 2005 By: Hubbard, James, 1949-; Dominion post (Newspaper) Description: Labour Party leader Helen Clark, caretaker prime minister of New Zealand after the September 2005 election, as a bride on a church pew, is looking to form a ...