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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Oh. Not some more gruesome war casualty pictures!? New Zealand Herald, 27 March, 2003.

Reference Number: DX-002-234

A couple eating dinner infront of the television comment on the news item. Refers to an incident in late March 2003 where Colin Meads (Pinetree) was asked by Transit to take down a Chiefs sign he had erected on his farm down as it did not meet with their regulations. Also refers to the United States invasion of Iraq.

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, Colin Earl Meads, Waikato (Rugby team), Transit New Zealand, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Billboards, United States - Foreign relations - Iraq, Traffic regulations, Celebrities, Television, Rugby football, Wounds and injuries, War casualties, Nicknames and War.

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Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :Oh. Not some more gruesome war casualty pictures!? New Zealand Herald, 27 March, 2003., Reference Number DX-002-234 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital imageJpeg file. 79 pixels per cm, Gray scale (8 bit).. Single art work

Historical Notes: The United States' invasion of Iraq began on the 20th of March 2003.

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