Brockie, Robert Ellison, 1932- :Waitangi Day 2004. National Business Review, 5 February 2004.
Reference Number: A-317-084
The leader of the New Zealand National Party, Don Brash, is about to connect a car battery to the back of the Prime Minister, Helen Clark, as she makes a speech about 'Te Tiriti' (The Treaty of Waitangi) on Waitangi Day. Beside Clark stands a Maori man in ceremonial dress.
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