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Pics of the Weeks: January to March '10

Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: January to March '10

Scoop editorial images by Lyndon Hood, for stories from January to March 2010. For previous images see Lyndon Hood's Pics of the Weeks: Oct to Dec '09.

January 2010
February 2010
March 2010

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Bonus: Late December 2009

land sales farms
grass eftpos
Greens - NZ wide open to massive land grab

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January 2010 (top)

john key, helen clark, new year, new decade, father
time, old year
Lyndon Hood - That Was The Decade That Was

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa Tower comapared with Tolkien's
Barad-dur, Mordor. Also Taipei 101, Sears Tower etc.
Barad-dur height pure conjecture.
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Binoy Kampmark - Omens of Doom: Dubai’s Burj Khalifa Tower

trademe, kiwi,
calculator
Trademe - Trade Me Jobs data released - outlook promising

keyboard, breach,
court order, name suppression, blogging, media, free speech
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NZ Police - Police to investigate blog breach of suppression

flag burning, lighter
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Gordon Campbell - On whether people should be able to burn the flag at Anzac Day

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February 2010 (top)

The story of Toby, who behaved very badly and was
devoured by Judith Collins – corrections, justice, three
strikes
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Judith Collins monster devouring prisoner
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Werewolf - From The Hood: Think Crimes

Iraq election
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Gordon Campbell - On the looming elections in Iraq

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March 2010 (top)

Roger Douglas is
‘Saturn Devouring His Son’; painting by Francisco Goya
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Werewolf - Valuing The Young

Auckland Super city logos: obey Rodney hide
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Auckland Super city logos: orange election man stabbed
in back with sky tower
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And many more at… Werewolf - From the Hood: Logo-rhythms

u-turn or give way
warning sign
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NZ Govt - Safer Journeys: Making our roads safer

matrix, green,
blue, greens, national
Greens - Greens, National release Natural Health regulation

balancing our environmental responsibilities with our
economic opportunities, Gerry brownlee, kiwi, seesaw
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Gordon Campbell - On the Economics of Mining DOC Land

mental health,
discrimination, health policy
Platform - Mental health and addiction services facing crisis

where's wally,
where's waldo, john key
Labour - Where is John Key?

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