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Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-:When you want to "get something off your chest"- we suggest you don't adopt the literal translation. Waikato Times, 9 March, 2005.

Reference Number: DX-014-679

A woman who is wrapped in a blanket is lectured by a policeman. Refers to two women who bared their chets in response to a breast screening caravan being moved from Civic Sqare for Prince Charles' visit to the Wellington City Gallery.

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1 image, categorised under Ink drawings and Cartoons (Commentary), related to Allan Charles Hawkey, Prince of Wales Charles, Waikato Times (Newspaper), New Zealand Police, Wellington City, Arrest, Nudity, Visits of state, Demonstrations and Police.

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Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-:When you want to "get something off your chest"- we suggest you don't adopt the literal translation. Waikato Times, 9 March, 2005., Reference Number DX-014-679 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 digital imageJpeg file, true colour (24 bit), 157 pixels per cm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work

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