- Scott, Thomas Joseph, 1947-; Evening Post (Wellington, N.Z.)
Comment on the lack of consultion with the Ministry of Women's Affairs regarding National's Code of Social responsibility.
East Coast Maori use dubious methods to stamp out intimidation during a land protest.
The Broadcasting Minister defends his proposal to introduce ads onto National Radio.
The Minister of Energy, Max Bradford defends privatisation of the electricity supply in the face of power blackouts throughout Auckland.
Jenny Shipley takes a hard-line against assisting Auckland in the midst of their 7 week power crisis.
National Party Ministers run for cover as Prime Minister, Jenny Shipley calls for heads to roll over the Auckland power crisis.
Jenny Shipley's image as 'ordinary' housewife and mother is questioned on her trip to Japan.
Curator Ian Wedde, defends the 'Virgin in a Condom' exhibit at Te Papa.
National's Health Minister, Bill English reassures the public that local surgery is at crisis point.
NZ Post end free delivery of Talking Books to the blind.
Ruth Richardson announces her intention to stand for ACT in the Taranaki by-election.
Comment on the last remaining stands of West Coast Rimu forest.
More cracks appear in the Health system.
New Zealand's economic position is blamed on the Asian crisis with lower paid workers bearing the brunt of restraints on wage increases.
Comment on emergency services failing to get to call-outs within a reasonable time.
Comment on another Hurricanes rugby team loss.
Jenny Shipley regrets she's unable to make grand gestures like Russian leader, Boris Yeltsin, who recently sacked his entire government.
Winston Peters is awarded an Oscar for his best supporting role in a comedy or farce in the coalition government.
Comment on the Americans insistance on carrying arms even when it's a child carrying an assault rifle.
Paralells drawn between rioting at Paremoremo Prision and Winston Peters rioting within the coalition government.
Discussion which shows how the National Party cabinet works.
Winston Peters trys to knock the New Zealand economy into shape by the use of threats and violence.
Quantity: 22 cartoon bromide(s).
Physical Description: B5 size bromides.
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