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New Zealand did extremely well at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics.
Two Auckland lawyers were granted an injunction which stopped the 1985 All Black tour of South Africa proceeding.
Prime Minister Muldoon throws his support behind Britain in the Falklands War.
Cartoon about the false Armistice of 8 November 1914
Depression-era cartoon advocating economic nationalism
Cartoon depicting different veiws about the New Zealand Legion leader's plan to get rid of debt
Cartoon about the New Zealand Legion
Depression-era cartoon illustrating contrasting views of how to get New Zealand out of the Depression
Cartoon about the proliferation of new parties starting up in reaction to government policy.
Cartoon from National Opinion showing flustered Coalition leaders trying to deal with the Depression.
Cartoon showing Labour Prime Minister Norman Kirk as a barman kicking out the defeated Jack Marshall and his deputy, Robert Muldoon after the 1972 election
Cartoon from 1887 showing Vogel about to send the country to 'rack and ruin'.
Cartoon showing the mood against constitutional reform in 2011
Cartoon drawn by Ernest Herber Thompson for his 1918 publication Light Diet: 150 Caricatures and Sketches Perpetrated by a New Zealand Artist in and out of Hospital.
Cartoon entitled 'Anxiety' from the Chronicles of the N.Z.E.F.., 30 August 1916
Nevile Lodge was a well-known cartoonist, who had a long association with Wellington’s Evening Post. Specialising in depictions of New Zealand’s rugby, racing and beer culture of the 1950s and 1960s, he was made an OBE in 1981.
A cartoonist who focused on New Zealand’s rugby, racing and beer culture of the 1950s and 1960s, Nevile Lodge was made an OBE in 1981.
David Low was a high-profile cartoonist who, at his height, had his work banned across Germany for his attacks on Adolf Hitler. His work was well-known around the world, and in 1962 he accepted a knighthood.
Cartoonist David Low (right) with journalist Gerry Harcourt-Wybert, circa October 1957
Gold miners from Victoria flooded to Otago during the gold rush era

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