New Zealand. Crimes (Substituted Section 59) Amendment Act 2007

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"Remember, don't go past point one on the smackometer!" 3 May, 2007
Date: 2007 Ref: DCDL-0006498 Description: Shows a man raising his hand about to smack a small boy who is reclining on a bed. The boy is holding a 'Smackometer' in his hand and reminds his father to n...
"Forget about 'No smacking!' We need another Bill!" "What about 'No Public Blacklash'!" 28 March, 2007
Date: 2007 Ref: DCDL-0006486 Description: Shows Helen Clark talking about introducing another Bill called 'No Public Backlash'. Refers to the Anti-Smacking Bill and the amount of public backlash agai...
Fletcher, David, 1952- :'The PM isn't in favour of banning smacking completely.' 'Why not?' 'She's thinking of introducing it for cabinet members who won't do as she says.' Dominion Post, 5 June 2004.
Date: 2004 Ref: DX-005-919 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. In early June 2004, the United Nations rebuked New Zealand for not banning parents from smacking their children. The governm...
I support anti-smacking lores "Uh - oh!" 24 September, 2003.
Date: 2006 Ref: DCDL-0001861 Description: A small boy paints 'I support anti-smacking lores' on the wall. He has knocked over a plant pot and also the paint pot. Suddenly he is aware that his mother ...
"You can't call the Anti-smacking lobby group, a bunch of spoilt do-gooders!!!" "Why not?" "They'll have a tantrum if they don't get their own way!" 14 October, 2002.
Date: 2002 Ref: DCDL-0000937 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. A colleague advises the Minister not to offend the Ant-smacking lobby as they might throw a tantrum. Quantity: 1 digital ca...
"If Labour doesn't hold a smacking referendum at the election, it's ignoring the will of the people. But a National government wouldn't overturn the law if it's working. And this is working fine! So if the public voted to repeal the law, then you could count on National... to ignore the will of the people." 27 June, 2008
Date: 2008 Ref: DCDL-0006929 Description: In several frames leader of the National Party, John Key is thinking about the vexed 'Smacking Bill' problem. He decides that if Labour does not hold a refer...
Fun things to do in Autumn - Dane to Crowded House records at 45rpm. Be smug. Set a trap for the Easter Bunny. 4 April, 2007
Date: 2007 Ref: DCDL-0008348 Description: "Jitterati" cartoon strip. Shows Debbie dancing to Crowded House records playing at 45 rpm (revolutions per minute).Jaimee is counting the number of things s...
"Terrorist interrogations?" "Down the hall, this is for parents who slap their kids on the wrist." 29 October, 2007
Date: 2007 Ref: DCDL-0004268 Description: Shows a room in which a woman who has slapped her child on the wrist is tied to a chair and is being interrogated by two men. A third man bursts through the ...
"Despite all the gloom NZ still has a lot to be proud of!" "Like what?" "Well... we can't smack kids and get away with it!" "No! But we can still beat them to death in a bloody frenzy!" 24 May, 2008
Date: 2008 Ref: DCDL-0006624 Description: 'The Underzone' cartoon strip. A woman decides that in spite of all the economic gloom and doom New Zealand still has much to be proud of, like not being abl...
"Are you aware that an anti-anti-smacking bill petition has been started?" "Yes, and I'm doing something about it! I've started an anti-anti-anti-smacking bill petition!" 5 January, 2008
Date: 2008 Ref: DCDL-0004776 Description: 'The Politician' cartoon strip. The politician responds fiercely that he is going to start an anti-anti-anti-smacking bill petition when a reporter informs h...