Scott, Thomas, 1947- :"When it comes to dumb budgets, exam shambles not to mention flu vaccine scandals - and incapacitation by brutal dislocation of a rival captain's shoulder...sorry seems to be the hardest word..." Dominion Post, 30 June 2005.
Reference Number: DX-025-148
There are two scenes showing two people playing a duet on a grand piano. In the first scene the backs of the two are shown and as they play they chat about various gaffs and misfortunes, the nature of which identifies the two as Prime Minister, Helen Clark and All Black team leader, Tana Umaga. In the secong scene their faces are revealed as they agree that 'sorry seems to be the hardest word'. The problem being highlighted is Tana Umaga's involvement in the dislocation of the shoulder of Brian O'Driscoll, captain of the British and Irish Lions team touring New Zealand currently. But there is also a suggestion that Helen Clark does not find apologising easy.
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Scott, Thomas, 1947- :"When it comes to dumb budgets, exam shambles not to mention flu vaccine scandals - and incapacitation by brutal dislocation of a rival captain's shoulder...sorry seems to be the hardest word..." Dominion Post, 30 June 2005., Reference Number DX-025-148 (1 digitised items)
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