Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons

Date
2000-2018
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Nisbet, Alastair, 1958-; Press (Christchurch, N.Z.); Marlborough Express (Newspaper)
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DC-Group-0006
Description

Cartoons by Al Nisbet on New Zealand political and social affairs. Many cartoons have a Canterbury focus.

Part of the NZ Cartoon Archive

Alastair (Al) Nisbet, born in Scotland in 1958, is an award-winning cartoonist whose cartoons appear regularly in the Press newspaper in Christchurch, and in other newspapers in New Zealand.

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"Well ... the Aussies can't spell 'Moro'!" 24 November 2009
Date: 2009 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons Ref: DCDL-0012903 Description: The cartoon shows a bar of chocolate called 'XXXX' which is described as 'Dairy milk. Milk coated caramel & nougatine'. Someone outside the frame says 'Well....
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :"Money" Bill Williams' Japanese venture?... "I'll try anything for a fat salary!" 10 July 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0022330 Description: Caricature of a bulked-up Sonny Bill Williams as a Sumo wrestler, saying that he will try anything for a fat salary. In May 2012 Sonny Bill Williams accepted...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'Thanks for taking me back! It really will never happen again! I promise!' 21 July 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0022430 Description: Shows Co-leader of the Maori Party Tariana Turia who is covered in cuts and bruises. On the floor is a broken bottle of water representing 'water rights'. A ...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'Come on Davee... we're gonna win some comprensation this time mate... Davee?' 16 December 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Sunday star times (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0023665 Description: An elderly David Bain sits in a chair, covered in cobwebs, with a cane tucked under his arm, surrounded by stacks of books about his case. An elderly Joe Ka...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'You might be a good-for-nuthin' unruly failure with behavioural problems...' 10 February 2013
Date: 2013 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0024002 Description: Shows MP Steven Joyce handing a report card marked D- to an unruly and lazy students labelled Novopay. Joyce notes that he will soon have him up to National ...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'Was that it?' 7 February 2013
Date: 2013 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0023999 Description: A figure labelled 'NZ' stands in the shallows at a beach asking 'Was that it?'. Refers to tsunami warnings issued in New Zealand on Waitangi day following a ...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :"Fat salary... Travel perks... Not a lot to do... Why resign?" 10 May 2013
Date: 2013 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0024811 Description: Aaron Gilmore, the List Member of Parliament, reclines on a pile of money, questions as to why he should resign when he has 'fat salary, travel perks, not a ...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'Dunno about gang members hiding in the police force, but there's heaps hiding in Parliament! heh! heh!' 21 October 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0023242 Description: Shows from left ACT leader John Banks, Minister for Social Development Paula Bennett and Mana Party leader Hone Harawira; they are all dressed like gang memb...
Nisbet, Alistair, 1958- :[New give-way rule]. 25 March 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0020660 Description: Shows a chart with a number of cars demonstrating the new right hand rule. One car representing the 'government' narrowly misses or hits cars as it follows ...
Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :'Superb job Pete...at a blurry one frame per second people will think it looks great!' 29 April 2012
Date: 2012 From: Nisbet, Alastair, 1958- :Digital cartoons By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0021353 Description: Shows Prime Minister John Key congratulating Film maker Peter Jackson as he watches his film titled 'The Economy and Closing the Gap with Australia'. Context...