Ekers, Paul, 1961-:"Winston, thousands of people in greater Wellington suddenly want to know where you got that sign from..." 5 December 2014

Ekers, Paul, 1961-:"Winston, thousands of people in greater Wellington suddenly want to know where you got that sign from..." 5 December 2014
Date
2014
Ref
DCDL-0030019
Description
Depicts a male secretary putting the telephone down to ask New Zealand First Winston Peters where he got his 'NO' sign, which hangs on the office wall behind him. Refers to unpopularity of propsed amalgamation of local councils into a single Wellington Super City aministrative body. Also refers to Peters using a 'No' sign to answer questions at a media conference in 2008. Black and white and colour versions are available Quantity: 2 digital cartoon(s).
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2 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
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