- Nelson mail (Newspaper)
- Metiria Turei, dressed as a nurse and representing the Green Party, confronts Skycity Casinos, in the form of an electronic gaming machine. Turei calls it a 'bandit' to which the machine retorts 'Nanny'. On 18 October 2013 the Green Party proposed to introduce mandatory measures to limit what gamblers can spend on electronic gaming machines from 2017. The Greens co-leader, Metiria Turei, said that this was in response to the SkyCity deal, part of which allows the casino operation more gaming machines in return for building an International Convention Centre. The terms '(one-armed) bandit' and 'nanny (state)' were terms of abuse used by those for and those against the proposal. Quantity: 1 digital cartoon(s).
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