Coalition governments

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Date: 18 Mar 2000 By: Shroff, Janet Marie Warren, 1944- Ref: OHInt-0642/7 Description: Marie Shroff was born in Auckland in 1944. Describes Irish, Scots and English ancestry. Mentions agnosticism. Describes how the family coped after the death ...
Date: 25 September 2005 Ref: A-453-267 Description: Shows Helen Clark leading a group of soldiers on the front line in a war. The soldier Parekura Horomia tells Clark that he will only follow her if she streng...
Date: 18 September 2005 Ref: A-453-311 Description: Shows Helen Clark building a very unstable looking 'Coalition Tower' which has an unknown completion date. Above Clark in the sky is coalition partner Peter ...
Winter, Mark 1958- :National's Majority signed off. 12 December 2011
Date: 2011 Ref: DCDL-0019734 Description: Text refers to the signing of the Relationship Accord and Confidence and Supply Agreement negotiated between the Maori Party and National Party. This gives t...
Date: 1999 Ref: A-323-081 Description: A three-panel strip showing Helen Clark and Jenny Shipley building sandcastles at the beach. Clark shows Shipley her towering castle, which she says Jim Ande...
Doyle, Martin, 1956- :"I'm nobody's poodle! Woof! Woof!" ... 5 December 2011
Date: 2011 By: Scoop (Firm) Ref: DCDL-0019649 Description: Depicts two dogs on leads barking. One has a yellow coat labelled 'A', the other dog wears a pink coat labelled 'U' Text: 'I'm nobody's poodle! Woof! woof!'...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- : Bennettz. 7 September 2014
Date: 2014 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0029462 Description: Under the caption '"Plant trees" says Key' the Prime Minister, John Key waters a gigantic thistle of the genus 'Winstonia Peterso' which bears the head of t...
Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941- : Opinion polling. 2 September 2014
Date: 2014 By: Waikato times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0029309 Description: A pollster asks a householder "If the election was held today - which complex coalition arrangement would you prefer?" Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :Key does deal with the minor parties ... 5 December 2011
Date: 2011 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0019652 Description: Depicts Prime Minister John Key wearing Black Caps cricket uniform and a helmet labelled 'N' batting in cricket match. The heads of United Future MP Peter Du...
Ekers, Paul, 1961-:Key opens door to NZ First. 26 September 2014
Date: 2014 Ref: DCDL-0029474 Description: Depicts Prime Minister John Key looking through a peephole in a bolted door at NZ First leader Winston Peters. Refers to John Key's caution about forming a c...
Body, Guy Keverne, 1967-:'Don't be shy John - this is hardly unnatural'. 14 May 2012
Date: 2012 By: New Zealand herald (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0021751 Description: Shows Prime Minister John key crying and hiding his eyes as he stretches out his hand to Colin Craig, Conservative Party Leader, while they stand on a weddin...
Date: 1996 By: New Zealand National Party Ref: Eph-A-NZ-NATIONAL-1996-01 Description: Political pamphlet issued prior to the 1996 general election warns of the thirteen risks involved if an "unstable coalition" is elected. Quantity: 1 colour ...
Date: 2014 From: Murdoch, Sharon Gay, 1960-:[Digital cartoons published mainly in the Press and the Sunday Star Times] By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0030132 Description: Under the heading 'The uninvited guest', a 'wedding' takes place between Prime Minister John Key and a veiled coalition partner. The minister calls for anyon...
Fletcher, David 1952- :"Our coalition partners found your remarks to be insulting. I told them you were just having a bad day." ... 12 July 2012
Date: 2012 By: Dominion post (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0022550 Description: A politician is advised that coalition partners were insulted by his remarks, and that his 'bad day' is going to become a 'bad parliamentary term.' Context:...
Nisbet, Alistair, 1958- :'Okay STV... Hand me the Mayoral braces!' Christchurch Press. ca. 26 August 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DX-006-070 Description: Greens Party co-leader, Rod Donald, reaches out for his braces of power. Alludes to the Greens confidence they will form part of the next coalition governmen...
"I'm waiting for Mr Left, or Right, or Centre.." 26 July, 2002
Date: 2002 Ref: DCDL-0006744 Description: Shows the Prime Minister Helen Clark sitting in a church pew wearing a wedding dress and holding a bouquet of flowers. She is sitting and waiting for her gr...
Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :I still think she's reliable enough to fly with. MG business - mercantile gazette, 11 June 2001.
Date: 2001 By: Smith, Ashley W, 1948-; MG business - mercantile gazette (Periodical) Ref: DX-023-035 Description: Shows a plane (Labour) flying over a house. Bits of the plane are breaking off and one has made a hole in the roof. Another falling piece is labelled 'WINZ ...
Hubbard, James, 1949- :"Where are our support parties?" 3 January 2014
Date: 2014 Ref: DCDL-0027075 Description: Cartoon shows a ship representing the New Zealand National Party stuck in the middle of an ice field shouting, "Where are our support parties?". Refers to t...
Crimp, Daryl, 1958- :'Jeanette, Rod, Peter... this won't hurt you a bit!' ca. 30 July 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958- Ref: DX-012-062 Description: New Zealand Prime Minister, Helen Clark dressed in a dominatrix out and holding a whip, coaxes her potential political coalition partners into coalition talk...
Crimp, Daryl, 1958- :Labour wish to govern alone... Anderton banks on new coalition. 'It's your fault for petting it... you might have known the damn thing would follow you home!' 'PURR PURR'. 21 May 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Crimp, Daryl, 1958- Ref: DX-012-019 Description: Shows Labour's Finance Minister Micheal Cullen chastising Helen Clark for being kind to a cat and it consequently following her home. The cat represents the ...