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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

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April 2010 (top)

music, notation,
copyright
Commerce Commission - Music copyright investigation closed

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

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

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

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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
Click for big version

For Werewolf - Closing The Books on Libraries

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

google spying,
privacy
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
Click for big version

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,
typing
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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

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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
Click for big version

TV3 Video - Collins: Change to police guns policy by Xmas

mgm, the hobbit,
peter jackson
Click for big version

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

Click for big version
Gordon Campbell - On the Chris Carter fiasco

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August 2010 (top)

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

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

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

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September 2010 (top)

child support,
custody battle
Click for big version

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
Click for big version

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

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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

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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
Click for big version

Werewolf - From the Hood : Lost in Wiseacre Wood

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December 2010 (top)

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

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

Scoop christmase
card, cut out cube, decoration, scoop images
Click for big version

scoop_xmascard_2010.pdf
Just a prize for getting all the way to the end.

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