An Australian cricketer with corks around his hat yells with surprise as an apple bounces towards him. Behind him the wicket forms the letters 'W.T.O.' (World trade Organisation). Refers to the decision by the New Zealand Apple Growers Organisation to go to the W.T.O. to complain about Australia's 80 year old ban against New Zealand apples because of their fear of fireblight. This appears to the Australians to be an underhand kind of thing to do rather like the underarm bowling row...
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You cannot copy this item except for the purpose of 'fair dealing' under the NZ Copyright Act. It cannot be used commercially without permission"Strewth cobbers, who's biffing the under-arms now?" 22 August, 2007. Slane, Christopher, 1957-:[Digital cartoons published in the Listener, New Zealand Herald, or New Zealand Farmers' Weekly]. Ref: DCDL-0003766. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/22676551