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Lyndon Hood: The Campaign In Pictures

NZ Election 2008: The Campaign In Scoop Images

Images by Lyndon Hood

Selected Scoop editorial images from the 2008 New Zealand election campaign by Lyndon Hood.

Late 2007:


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Syed Akbar Kamal - Key’s DVD locked over ‘clocks’ issue

EFB: the final
battle
Alastair Thompson - Video: PM's Post Cabinet Presser: Electoral Finance Bill

January:


Lyndon Hood - Mother Scoop's Almanac 2008

michael
cullen
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Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Light Verse Versus Politics

winston
peters
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tariana
turia
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Lyndon Hood - 'Kiwi Party' Is An Appropriate Name

key vs youth
crime
National - Youth Plan to target crime, education

With a little help from Heromachine


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NZ Govt - Age of participation in education lifted to 18

February:


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Lyndon Hood - Sevens Cut & Play Paper Dolls


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Printable PDF version (Page 1)


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Printable PDF version (Page 2)

March:

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?

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

April:


Electoral Commission - Decision - Application to list EPMU as third party


National - National seeks court clarity on election law


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Agenda - Agenda Transcript: John Key on Asset Sales


Scoop Multimedia - PM's Press Conference - Pamphlets


Election 08 - Looking For Labour’s Laggards


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Coalition for Open Government - Press Council finds fault with Herald EFA Campaign


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Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: NZ Politics - The Text Adventure


Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: NZ Politics - The Text Adventure


ACT - Gibbs Donates $100,000 To ACT

May:

how does it fit in
the train? It's like a clown car!
Gordon Campbell - Election 08: Back on Track

could he fix it?
no
National - Bob Clarkson to step down at election

bunnyhopping to
victory
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Lyndon Hood - Fractious Fables

ask me no questions...
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Election 08 - WTF: Beating up on Goff

yes yes hollow man
I see
Election 08 - National’s secrecy about its policies

June:


Newmarket Business Association - Pending election adds to retailers' worries


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Gordon Campbell - Election 08: Labour’s problems with the young


NZ Govt -
National promises sinking lid education funding


Gordon Campbell - Election 08: What A National Government May Entail - Part Two


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Anti-Smacking Amendment Vindicated By Police Trial


NZ Govt - Key needs to be honest on New Zealand’s history


Electoral Commission - NZ First, display of banners in Tauranga

July:


Lyndon Hood - Nat Email Hacked In Parallel Universe


finsec - ANZ National fuelling attack on public services


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Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on big, bad government spending


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on the Immigration Bill, striking health workers, and the Obama Veepstakes


Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Things To Do About Winston Peters


National - Workplace policy: expanding job opportunities


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on National’s industrial relations policy


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NZ Govt - John Key flip flops yet again


NZ Govt - Key admits support for communism

August:

putting it on the
national plastic
Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on National’s economic vision

image real, second
caption added
Scoop Full Coverage - National Conf + Secret Recordings

well, everyone's
campaign actually
National - Labour wanted taxpayers to fund its campaign

gorilla
journalism
Election 08 - Gordon Campbell on the ethics of taping politicians

the old
carrot/stick schtick
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Election 08 - Campbell on National’s welfare policy, Tauranga and Georgia

not friends with
benefits
Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Sanctions On Russia, Beneficiaries

duelling energy
policies
National - National: Going for growth

ceci n'est pas une
parliament

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Election 08 - Gordon Campbell On Arts Funding Policy

in retrospect,
winston as a gay icon is kind of funny too
Lyndon Hood - Lyndon Hood: Satirists Urge Winston Not To Resign

ask not for whom
the troll tolls
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Election 08 - National’s Plans For Roads + Blogging + Biden

carbon
invaders
Election 08 - Gordon Campbell On the ETS And The Greens

September:


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Election 08 - The Bad Blood Between the SFO and Peters


NZ Govt - National caucus in disarray as leaks intensify


Election 08 - Winston Peters’ Rebuttal Of Glenn


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Election 08 - ‘Horse race’ political journalism


NZ Govt - PM’s announcement on the 2008 General Election


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Election 08 - How US Financial Meltdown Will Affect NZ Election


Greens - Nothing to fear from gang treaty claims


Election 08 - The contemptible behaviour of both Peters and Key


Election 08 - On The US Bailout, And On Treating Key With Kid Gloves

October:


Lyndon Hood - News Missed During The Peters Saga


Election 08 - Gordon Campbell’s Election Launch 2008 Review


Lyndon Hood - Campaign 2008 - The Superhero vs Monster Movie


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Public Service Association - NZ cannot afford to cut its public services


NZ First - Key Must Explain His Maori Party Deal


C.D. Sludge - Sludge Report: Whose Money Are We Guaranteeing?


Salvation Army - Grim reality for New Zealand's forgotten families


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Election 08 - Gordon Campbell On The Politics Of Poverty


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Election 08 - National’s dilemma, if elected – if not Labour Lite, then what?


Greens - Key's Welfare Proposal Unworkable and Unfair


Lyndon Hood - Manifesto Of The Sarcasm Party


National - Desperation drips from latest smear attempt


National - National announces Action Plan for Violent Crime

November

counting down to the election
Election 08 - NZ’s Non-Election Comes To A Close

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