Clark, Laurence, 1949- :'Ac-ce-e-e-ntuate the positive ... e-li-i-i-minate the negative ... don't mess with by-elections in between'. New Zealand Herald, 22 November 1997.
Reference Number: A-317-083
Three vignettes accompanying a popular song. In the first, New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley is dancing to 'Accentuate the positive' as a showgirl; in the second, New Zealand First Party leader Winston Peters dances to the 'Eliminate the negative'; in the third, the former New Zealand Prime Minister Jim Bolger smiles at a document labelled 'overseas posting'. After Jenny Shipley won the leadership of the National Party from Jim Bolger he took up a posting as New Zealand Ambassador to the United States of America in 1998.
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Clark, Laurence, 1949- :'Ac-ce-e-e-ntuate the positive ... e-li-i-i-minate the negative ... don't mess with by-elections in between'. New Zealand Herald, 22 November 1997., Reference Number A-317-083 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 newspaper cuttingNewspaper clipping, 155 x 216 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: After Jenny Shipley won the Prime Ministership of the country from Jim Bolger, he took up a posting as New Zealand Ambassador to the United States of America in 1998
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