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Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: March 2008

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: March 2008

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from March 2008. For previous images see Pics of the Weeks: February 2008.

4% per year over 3
years makes how much?
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NZ Govt - Settlements in education a major achievement

New Investment
Rules vs Canadian Invasion
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NZ Govt - Strategic assets to be protected in national interest

citizen
key
Engineering Printing and Manufacturing Union - Has National muzzled the press?

agriscience
NZ Govt - Major plan for innovation in pastoral, food

environmental
vandalism make kiwi sad
Greens - NZ shamed in international tourism report

MND THT
CAR!
Candor Trust - Campaign Against Distracted Government Needed

the man read the
internet ffs
United Future - Govt must condemn death sentence for blasphemy

government: totally
wired
State Services Commission - Upgraded government services website launched

vote or
veto?
Auckland International Airport - Shareholders vote to approve CPPIB partial bid

I ran, you ran, we
all ran from Iran
NZ Govt - Iran’s continued non-compliance causes concern

Fight!
Fight!
Progressive Party - Young pretender challenges aging dinosaur

surplus? Oh, *that*
surplus
NZ Govt - IRD error unacceptable, but uncertainty remains

notice of motion in
a china shop
NZ Govt - PM: Parliamentary Notice of Motion re Tibet

annual opening
hours argument in hour of the crucifixion
Greens - Minister washes his hands of Easter trading

I think my xray has
been photoshopped, because I have done a few photoshops in
my time and also because of some of the pixels
Waikato DHB - X-Ray Film Imagery To Be Obsolete

council is short
with battery manufacturer
Greater Wellington Regional Council - Exide enforcement decision

justice league club
of mt wellington
Problem Gambling Foundation - League Club distances itself from pokie harm

Happiness In God's
Own - Merry Nelson Widows
UMR Research Ltd - Happiness in God’s Own

oh, you take the
high road...
New Zealand Defence Force - NZ Service Personnel Returned from Afghanistan

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