- Southland times (Newspaper)
Shows a weather map of Australia and New Zealand, with an enormous H over Australia. A voice from New Zealand says, 'A lot of hot air from Australia... what's new?' Refers to record heat across Australia, with some locations reaching over 50 degrees Celcius, which prompted the creation of two new colours by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology to use on their maps.
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- Winter, Mark, 1958- :[Digital cartoons published in the Southland Times and other papers]
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