Darroch, Bob, 1940- :[Nineteen cartoons published in the Whangarei Report and the Christchurch Star between 13 August 1983 and 30 November 1985]
- 1983 - 1985
- Darroch, Bob, 1940-; Christchurch star (Newspaper : 1958- )
Cartoons on New Zealand social issues and politics.
English royals sell off surplus New Zealand gifted wedding presents.
New economy-fare airlines hit the skys.
People encouraged to talk to their plants.
Vehicle license fees up by 93%.
Claims that human water-births would contribute to world peace..
Father's Day now celebrated during school holidays.
Public response to grocery price-freeze.
Maori rugby tours avoid arguements over racially selected teams.
Two men muse over the reason for burning Guy Fawkes.
Protesting at Waitangi on Wantangi Day.
New Zealand fear of nuclear warships accelerates.
Airlines begin serving liquor on board flights.
Test-tube baby experiments have been approved in Auckland.
People consider the 1984 'end of the world' scenario.
Marsden Refinery workers return to work after their strike.
Marsden Refinery workers strike.
The Muldoon National Government calls a snap election amidst the Marsden Refinery strike.
New Zealand resistance against the a USA Navy warship.
Patients in the hospital outpatients get their respective wounds dealt to following protests for and against rugby tours and gay rights.
Quantity: 19 photocopy/ies.
Physical Description: A4 size photocopies of ink and letraset drawings.
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