Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'Wayne Brown says a public hospital is no place for a brand.' New Zealand Herald, 29 April 2003.
Reference Number: DX-002-246
Two workmen carry the Mc Donald's M in the opposite direction from Starship children's hospital as an outraged Mc Donald's worker chases them. Refers to the controversy that resulted when Mc Donald's openeded a branch at Starship.
1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Malcolm Paul Evans, Starship Children's Health, New Zealand Herald (Newspaper), Auckland City, Signs and signboards, Convenience foods, Hospitals, Children, Brand name products and Employees.
Evans, Malcolm, 1945- :'Wayne Brown says a public hospital is no place for a brand.' New Zealand Herald, 29 April 2003., Reference Number DX-002-246 (1 digitised items)
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