Boag, Michelle, 1954-

President National Party of New Zealand, July 2001-2004. Principal of Michelle Boag & Associates, a business strategy and communication consultancy. Formerly 10 years press secretary to Sir Robert Muldoon and Jim Bolger and Opposition Leader Jim McLay. 1990-95 General Manager Corporate Affairs of Dominion Breweries. 1995-2000 Director Corporate Affairs for Fay Richwhite. 1998-2000 Chairman of Communications Forum of America's Cup. Various charitable and voluntary organisational involvement including Salvation Army, Racing Industry Board and Breast Cancer Foundation. Currently, President of Variety Club of New Zealand.

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Date: 2002 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-674-126/133 Description: Cartoons on political and social issues. Shows men in an office asleep over their PC's due to watching the World Cup Soccer games and the election buidup. Gr...
Date: 2002 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: H-681-001/016 Description: Cartoons on New Zealand and international political and social issues. Shows the Beehive spinning, refers to the political spin that happens leading up to an...
Date: 2001 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-673-024/046 Description: Cartoons on political and social issues, includes: Shows scientists' adhock research into the potential uses of genetic modification at the expense of common...
Date: 2002 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: H-682-001/016 Description: Cartoons on New Zealand and international political and social issues. Quantity: 16 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: A4 horizontal photocopies
Date: 2001 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: H-655-001/037 Description: 37 cartoons on political and social subjects published in the Otago Daily Times. A panda bear sits and swings the five Olympic rings in its paws with Olympic...
Date: 2002 By: Tremain, Garrick, 1941-; Otago daily times (Newspaper) Ref: H-675-016/033 Description: Cartoons on New Zealand and international political and social issues. Comment on New Zealands cancer treatment compared to Australia. Verbal sparring betwee...
Date: 2001 By: Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.) Ref: H-673-001/023 Description: Cartoons on political and social issues including: Rugby referee laying down the rules to the All Blacks and their competing team. Comment on the Christine R...
Date: 1985 - 1986 By: New Zealand National Party Ref: Eph-A-NZ-NATIONAL-1985/1986 Description: Includes political pamphlets featuring leader Jim McLay, and newsletter "National newsline" featuring a portrait of Michelle Boag. Includes pamphlets about t...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Michelle Boag on Q&A. 30 November 2014
Date: 2014 From: Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0029992 Description: Spoofs the interview with former National Party President Michelle Boag on current affairs programme Q&A about the Countering Terrorist Fighters Legislation ...
Fletcher, David, 1952- :'The review of our disasterous campaign is out.' 'Do you know who they're going to pin the blame on?' 'You might want to wear a padded jacket.' The Dominion Post, 7 September, 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Fletcher, David, 1952- :Digital cartoons Ref: DX-005-375 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. Quantity: 1 digital image(s).
Date: 2001 From: Hodgson, Trace, 1958- :[9 original political and social cartoons drawn for Metro magazine ca 1995-2001]. Ref: A-129-113 Description: Cartoon shows politician National Party politician Bill English being counselled or prepared by National Party president and public relations specialist Mich...
Date: 2002 From: [Menus and restaurant ephemera of quarto size] By: Backbencher Pub & Cafe (Hotel) Ref: Eph-B-DINING-2002-01 Description: Two menus produced around the time of the 2002 general election, 27 July 2002. The Backbencher is situated across the road from Parliment Buildings, Wellingt...
Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Pass the poisoned chalice. National Business Review, 31 October, 2003.
Date: 2002 From: Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Digital caricatures and cartoons Ref: DX-003-108 Description: Past National Party leaders Jenny Shipley, Michelle Boag and Bill English pass the "poison chalice" of "policy" to Don Brash. Refers to the leadership coup i...
Ekers, Paul, 1961- :'Oh bugger, they're out.' 29 July, 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Ekers, Paul, 1961-:[Digital cartoons published in the New Zealand Herald and other publications] Ref: DX-017-020 Description: Shows National Party president Michelle Boag, in the kitchen. She bemoans the fact that the knives are all out from the knife block. Refers to the National P...
"NUKES GONE BY LUNCHTIME" says Brash. "What's the big deal...? Most things in our party are gone by lunchtime..." Sunday News, 14 May 2004
Date: 2004 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0009491 Description: Shows Don Brash, the leader of the National Party, standing with a newspaper in one hand that has a headline reading "'Nukes gone by lunchtime' says Brash". ...
"NUKES GONE BY LUNCHTIME" says Brash. "What's the big deal...? Most things in our party are gone by lunchtime..." Sunday News, 14 May 2004
Date: 2004 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0009492 Description: Shows Don Brash, the leader of the National Party, standing with a newspaper in one hand that has a headline reading "'Nukes gone by lunchtime' says Brash". ...
Slane, Christopher, 1957- :'Why all the dust?' 'That's all there is left of the last new broom.' Listener, 14 September 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Slane, Christopher, 1957-:[Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly] By: Listener (Periodical); Slane, Christopher, 1957- Ref: DX-010-011 Description: At National Party HQ the room is a desert after the Michelle Boag party clean-out prior to the 2002 general election. Extended Title - National HQ Quantity...
Boag goes... "Good idea to wear the sunglasses Michael." "Maurice Williamson has developed a particularly dazzling smile." 2 September, 2002.
Date: 2002 From: Ekers, Paul, 1961-:[Digital cartoons published in the New Zealand Herald and other publications] Ref: DCDL-0002360 Description: Prime Minister, Helen Clark, and her deputy, Michael Cullen, sit in their seats in parliament. Each is wearing a large pair of dark glasses to protect themse...
Bromhead, Peter, 1933- :Did I hear something backfire? Auckland Star, 31 July 1996.
Date: 1996 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-; Auckland star (Newspaper) Ref: A-314-1-025 Description: The back of the 'Fay Richwhite bandwagon' driven by Michelle Boag, the head of the New Zealand National Party's Communication Committee, has exploded. Boag w...
Paynter, William 1949- :Girl racer... ca 19-21 May 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Paynter, William, 1949- Ref: DX-016-002 Description: National Party President Michelle Boag as a 'girl racer' races past a 'Old Nats Home' where the National Party inmates are gesticulating in alarm. Extended ...