The imminent Fonterra float. The imminent Finance Bill vote.  Before the Eden Park upgrade. "The train broke down, the cab got stuck in traffic, so we walked for miles and missed half the game!" After the Eden Park Upgrade. "The train broke down, t
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There are 4 small cartoons,  In the first scene a cow held up by balloons floats in the sky. Refers to Fonterra's selling shares to the public. In the second scene a cow stands solidly on the ground in spite of being tied by the tail to a bunch of balloons. Refers to the Finance Bill vote which may not float.  A man annoyed at missing half the rugby match at Eden Park both before and after the Eden Park upgrade for similar traffic problem reasons.  Winston Peters, Foreign Affairs minister tells North Korean leader, Kim Jong-il that he is in North Korea because he had a lot of frequent flyer points. Refers to Winston Peters' visit to North Korea.  Two rugby officials are surprised that the date is November 2003, maybe nothing has changed since then. Refers probably to the loss of the All Blacks at the Rugby World Cup and the sacking of the coach Graham Henry.
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Emmerson, Rod, 1955- :[Digital cartoons published 3 July 2005 onwards in the New Zealand Herald.], Reference Number DC-Group-0027 (98 digitised items)
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