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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: Oct to Dec '09

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: October to December '09

New Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from October to November 2009. For previous images see Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: July to September '09.

October 2009
November 2009
December 2009

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October 2009 (top)

David v Goliath,
Goliath wins
Scoop Business - Recession creates opportunities for the strong

Justice union
strike statue
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Public Service Association - Ministry of Justice staff taking industrial action

Union, sandwich
CTU - Rest break Bill treats workers unfairly

comedy Christmas
gala bird in hat
NZ Comedy Trust - HO HO… HA?

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November 2009 (top)

loansharks rules.
NZ Prime Minister John Key holding a shark.
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Werewolf - License to prey

Universe, stars,
intergalactic inkwell and quill
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Werewolf - Looking beyond the veil into news beyond our own

phil goff holding a potato
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Unused additional image for the above.

national party 2005 election iwi zombie billboard
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Gordon Campbell - Foreshore and Seabed deals & dealing with Iran

it's fantastic
isn't it – Collins on human rights abuse
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TVNZ - Q+A: Paul Holmes interviews Judith Collins

copyfail,
copywrong, ACTA copyright treaty
Internet NZ - InternetNZ alarmed by latest ACTA leaks

burning money, emissions trading
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enlarge

Lyndon Hood - ETS Amendment Submission

One tip to a thinner treasury – official government
graphs
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Additional image for the above. More info Background: Government’s ETS Figures

kiwifruit money
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NZ Govt - Big boost for kiwifruit research

Election,
referendum, orange election man
UMR Research Ltd - Likely Rerun of 1993 MMP Vs FPP Referendum

justice, gagging
order, name suppression
Law Commission - Suppressing Names and Evidence: The Law Commission

lilley medal,
fetility, sperm, eggs
Health Research Council - Liley Medal holds the key to fertility

origins of
journalism: st francis speaks truth to paua
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Special bonus pics-of-the-weeks-pic, apropos of nothing

dogs breakfast
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Maori Party - Maori Party - 'Our word is our bond'

phil goff, the race card
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Gordon Campbell - Phil Goff and the race card

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December 2009 (top)

Wrestling tax
smackdown - Bill English, John Key, Rodney Hide, Russel
Norman
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Werewolf - Showdown over tax

Tax wrestlemania
game
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Alternate image for the above

Rugby World Cup
boot kicking golden ball.
Gordon Campbell - Public funding for a Rugby World Cup that few can afford to attend

green party gets old
Greens - Green Party turns 10


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Lyndon Hood - Travel Ideas For MPs

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