Evans, Malcolm 1945- :YOUNG-ish HELEN'S HEAD-ache. New Zealand Herald, 8 August 2002.
Reference Number: DX-002-079
New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark's head is shown as the cliffs of Young Nick's Head, Gisborne, with Peter Dunne of the United Future party and Ron Donald of the Green Party trying to stake claims in her hair. Double reference is made, firstly to local protests led by Maori over the sale of Young Nicks Head, a historic land mark, to an American buyer purchasing the farm of which it is part, and secondly to the coalition cum minority government negotiations taking place between the Labour Party and the United Future party, and the Labour Party and the Greens.
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Evans, Malcolm 1945- :YOUNG-ish HELEN'S HEAD-ache. New Zealand Herald, 8 August 2002., Reference Number DX-002-079 (1 digitised items)
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