Minhinnick, Gordon Edward George (Sir) 1902-1992 :Tie me kangaroo down, Sport... New Zealand Herald, 5 October 1967.
Reference Number: E-549-q-13-215
New Zealand Prime Minister Keith Holyoake is trying to lassoo a bounding kangaroo labelled 'Tasman Trade Bias', watched by a gleeful group of Australian Trade Minister McEwen and 'Australian Trade Lobby'. Exhibition caption reads - The NAFTA agreement, signed in 1966, made a start to freeing up trade between New Zealand and Australia, but over the next 17 years the ratio was generally strongly in Australia's favour.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Sir Keith Jacka Holyoake, Book title Ian F. The Other Side of the Ditch Grant, The Other Side of the Ditch (Exhibition title) 2001., Sir Gordon Edward George Minhinnick, Auckland Herald (Newspaper), New Zealand-Australia Free Trade Agreement, Australia, New Zealand, Prime ministers, New Zealand - Foreign economic relations - Australia and Kangaroos.
[Various cartoonists] :[One folder of newspaper clippings of cartoons from New Zealand newspapers. 11 November 1958 - 5 September 1972., Reference Number E-549-q-13 (22 digitised items)
[Various cartoonists including Sir Gordon Minhinnick 1902-1992] :[Newspaper clippings of cartoons from New Zealand newspapers. 15 December 1948 to 5 September 1972.], Reference Number E-549-q (60 digitised items)
Extent: 1 newspaper clippingnewspaper clippings, various sizes.. Art works
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