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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: The Rest of 2010

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: The Rest of 2010

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from April to December 2010. For previous images see Pics of the Weeks: January to March '10.

April 2010
May 2010
June 2010
July 2010
August 2010
September 2010
October 2010
November 2010
December 2010


April 2010 (top)

music, notation,
Commerce Commission - Music copyright investigation closed

mining, Gerry
brownlee, winnie the pooh, stuck in hole
Werewolf - From the Hood: Boraxing poetical

election man, democracy, Canterbury tales
NZ Govt - Environment Canterbury Commissioners appointed

comedy gala, gala
bird, red noses
TV3 - The Comedy Revolution On TV3


May 2010 (top)

labour, unions,
environment, conservation, mining
CTU - Unions oppose mining Schedule 4 conservation land

telext machine,
satellite, aliens
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Werewolf - From The Hood : Faster Liberals, Kill! Kill!

libraries, cost,
locked books, education
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For Werewolf - Closing The Books on Libraries

orange election
man, jaffas, cannibalism, Auckland super city, local
Probably something to do with the Auckland elections, but I can't work track down what exactly.

google spying,
Privacy Commissioner of Canada - Privacy guardians' letter to Google

wellywood sign,
peter Jackson, king kong, lord of the rings
Wellington Airport Limited - Top 10 ideas for Wellington Airport’s film sign

taxonomy, prime minister, press conference, bacteria
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Lyndon Hood - Scoop Satire: Sweeping Taxonomy Changes For Budget

evolution, beehive,
parliament, cavemen
Alternative image for the above.

leaky homes, leaky
houses, dripping, damp
NZ Govt - Government announces leaky homes package

frog, keyboard,
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June 2010 (top)

scoop birthday cake
11th impossible
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Alastair Thompson - Scoop Birthday! Now We Are Eleven

front line public
servants army soldiers fired
Labour - So what is the “front line” Minister?

Cosmopolitan Club
(Manurewa), turbans, sikh, dinosaurs,  discrimination
Sikh Council of NZ - Sikh Council disappointed at club ban

russel norman,
china, protest, knuckles, oppression, tibet
Greens - Incident outside Parliament – Norman’s statement

rugby world cup,
shakles, cost
Gordon Campbell - On the World Cup, and the media’s buy-in to the national mood of elation

prison voting
elections crime, orange election man
NZ Law Society - Electoral Disqualification Strongly Opposed


July 2010 (top)

satire, irony,
geology, parliament, beehive
Werewolf - From the Hood: Striking Comedy Gold

TVNZ - Big Changes to TV News and Current Affairs

gun, present, gift,
wrapping, Christmas, police
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TV3 Video - Collins: Change to police guns policy by Xmas

mgm, the hobbit,
peter jackson
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Gordon Campbell - On the making of The Hobbit

un, united nations,
new zealand
Peace Movement Aotearoa - Indigenous Peoples' Rights Rapporteur Visits

rugby world cup,
rugby ball, disco ball, party, party central
NZ Govt - Lotteries fund to support Rugby World Cup festival

chris carter, meat grinder

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Gordon Campbell - On the Chris Carter fiasco


August 2010 (top)

john key, mask, cthulhu, hp lovecraft
Click for big

Lyndon Hood - Scoop Satire: The Calculator of Cthulhu

foster children,
lonely, discrimination
NZ Govt - A Home for Life for kids in care

Molotov cocktail, liquor law, alcohol, riot
Created using image by Takeaway
Lyndon Hood - The Week In Toxication

9/11 tourist guy,
health, operating theatre, medical tourism, superbug
Science Media Centre - Medical tourism increasing spread of superbug gene

seeing-eye dog,
blind, vision, television
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NZ On Air - $500,000 for new service for blind audiences

Simon Power, beard,
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Werewolf - From The Hood : Absolutist Simon Power Corrupts Absolutely

Simon Power, beard
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Simon Power, long
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south Canterbury
finance, scf
Scoop Business - South Canterbury Finance calls in receiver


September 2010 (top)

child support,
custody battle
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NZ Govt - Consultation to make child support scheme fairer

steven joyce, cars, transport, elvis, wedding chapel
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Werewolf - From The Hood :Auto Erotic

Gerry brownlee,
henry XVIII, Canterbury earthquake law, dictator
Lyndon Hood - Scoop Satire: The Christchurch Dialogues

orange election man
smiley, online, internet, txt, text message
NZ Govt - Government to allow voters to enrol via Internet

bayeux tapestry, Historic Tale Construction Kit, Gerry
brownlee, henry XVIII, Canterbury earthquake law, dictator,
Margaret Bazley
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Image via Historic Tale Construction Kit

hobbit, hairy feet,
briefcase, lawyers, unions, negotiation, warner brothers
Gordon Campbell - Gordon Campbell on the trade unions vs Peter Jackson wrangle over ‘The Hobbit’.

orange elections
man, elections, prison voting, jumpsuit, human rights
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Werewolf - Robbing the Vote


October 2010 (top)

That's all folks,
John Key, warner brothers, the hobbit
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Werewolf - From The Hood : Looney Toons In Hobbiton


November 2010 (top)

kiwi, bear,
kremlin, Russia, new Zealand, free trade agreement, fta
Export NZ - Russian FTA to further strengthen economic growth

crown research,
cri, king, science
NZ Govt - Statements chart clear path for CRIs

winnie the pooh,
following tracks, heffalump, lost, economy, john key, kiwi
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Werewolf - From the Hood : Lost in Wiseacre Wood


December 2010 (top)

foreshore and
seabed, crown ownership, Marine and Coastal Area Bill
Labour - Enduring foreshore and seabed solution needed

decorations, computer screen, destop, scoop images, xmas
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Werewolf - From The Hood : Mustn’t Grumble

Scoop christmase
card, cut out cube, decoration, scoop images
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Just a prize for getting all the way to the end.



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