Impact Assessment - Battering Ram (wide)
Medieval soldiers charge with battering ram. One soldier cautions: "Wait! Has anyone done a privacy impact assessment?"....battering.ram.soldiers.castle.caution.
Cartoon depicts a maori construction worker 'Kohu Iwi Build' standing on a bridge smashed by floods and forestry slash talking to a ghost of a regional council official carrying many forms "bro you know we can't wait to drive your ghost roads" -refers to a tv advertisement - story at https://www.farmersweekly.co.nz/news/cut-off-community-digs-in-for-vital-road-project/
Honey They Shrunk The Governement
Cartoon depicts a construction scene full of heavy earthmoving vehicles labelled 'Private Sector' 'Private Enterprise' 'Expert Policy Co' 'Consultant Engineers' 'Private Sector' 'IT Co' etc all busily moving large bags of money away from the beehive from which a voice explains "Honey they shrunk the government" as they build hospitals and reconstruction work - refers to gopvernment engagement of consultants and other private firms carrying out tasks once were part of the state sector like the Ministry of Works.
Environmental Crime Scene
Cartoon depicts a road bridge smashed by forestry slash wreckage with road cones and tape marked 'Environnmental Crime Scene' as a police stand watch.
Cartoon depicts people passing emergency supplies across a river where the bridge has been swept away by cyclone Gabrielle which spell out the word 'Community'
Cartoon depicts PM Chris Hipkins and minister of finance minister Grant Robertson standing on a broken stopbank labelled 'Disaster Budget' watching floods from cyclone Gabrielle rush through saying "we need to build back better safer and a wee bit higher"
Wrong Tree Wrong Place
Cartoon depicts aerial view of forestry slash detritus from the floods of cyclone Gabrielle having washed away a bridge and flooded vineyards on the east coast of New Zealand - heading : 'Wrong Tree Wrong Place' a counterpoint to the recent public awareness campaign 'Right tree right place'.
We're too small to matter
Cartoon depicts planet earth viewed from space above New Zealand which says "We're too small to make a difference" while a huge cyclone cloud ( Gabrielle ) replying "you still matter to me"
Red sky in the morning
Cartoon depicts a farmer dad standing next to his daughter by a stream while viewing a colour coded sunrise representing 'Average Global Temp 1850 - 2018 saying to his 'Red sky in the morning shepherds warning..." Originally created by climatologist Ed Hawkins to show blue (cooler) to red (warmer) years long-term increase of average global temperature.
Climate Change Cliff
Cartoon depicts the cliff below houses collapsed revealling bare rock labelled 'Climate Change' one of the houses represents New Zealand government Beehive & parliament labelled 'Current Policy Settings'
Manuka Honey Glut
Cartoon depicts two bees looking at their beehive overflowing with honey commenting "We really need to fix these infrastructure issues" news tag 'Maunuka honey glut hurting beekeepers'
Cartoon depicts a Coke Zero placed outside new Prime Minister's Chris Hipkins office door on top of a note labelled 'Farming Wish List'
Cartoon depicts Auckland deluge of rain landing in a myriad of buckets labelled 'Excuses' 'Insults' 'Sneers''Evasions' 'Fluffs' 'Anger' 'Back-tracking' 'Lack of Judgement' 'Blunders' 'Scorn' 'Lack of Judgement' 'Evasions' 'Spin' 'Crankiness' 'Ego' ''Tennis' while Mayor Wayne Brown tries to pass a bucket labelled 'The Buck' and says "Sorry Drongos I'm too busy rushing out my own buckets"
Cartoon depicts a malfunctioning messy factory closed for repair labelled 'capitalism' with egg and CO2 shortages oil refining function closure plus air travel luggage chaos all closed for repair while a businessman rails against the situation exclaiming bitterly "Government why are you doing this to me?"
Flat Beer Exports
Cartoon depicts two men seated by a container full of meat for export drinking flat beer from cans "next we'll be sending flat beers to Newcastle"
Cartoon depicts two sheep enjoying beach chairs next to flood waters "The beach came to us this year - very handy"
Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit
Cartoon depicts various fruits trying to gain entry to Club Fruit nightclub "Hey - Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit you know"
"How do you like your new standing desks?" asks Prime Minister Jacinda Adern as she is locking in stocks two women named Clare Curran and Clare Curran."
"Still fine-tuning your privacy settings I see" says a woman to another with digitally-blurred facial features.
A transformer with three heads represents New Zealand coalition parties about - NZGreens -NZFirst is dragging one leg while Jacinda Adern says '"We transformative believe in bold action but at three different speeds - while issues such as environment - housing - inequality -health remain half-completed in the background.
Title - What they didn't say - Sheppard- Savage- Hillary-with speech bubbles containing the phrases - Let's be fast followers - lean back - we're too small to count - nothing you can do will make a difference.
No Room For Refugees
"Sorry no room for refugees until everyone lives in a kiwibuild house" says Winston Peters raising his hand and musket and wearing a blanket and ammo pouch to a small boat load of refugees commandeered by Jacinda Adern wearing the uniform of a colonial captain from the 18th century.
Secure Desk By Day
Various people such as a cleaner a spy and office workers crowd around the desk of a woman
Cartoon depicts two groups of polls who will not talk to each other --Reid Research versus Colmar-Brunton "Tell him he's the outlier" "Troll Poll" while commentators say "Even our polls are becoming polarised" "Thanks Facebook"
Simplistc Law & Order Policies Ram Raid
Cartoon depicts two cars driving through a mall with Labour Govt taking a right turn in front of National Party law and order car and ram raids a shop window labelled 'Simplistic Law & Order Policies' with driver Poto Williams saying "Hey no one overtakes Labour on the right" to Mark Mitchell.
Retinal Scan Sir
Cartoon depicts a security officer examining a travellers eye close up eye to eye "Retinal Scan Sir"
The Division of Society
Cartoon depicts a pie chart shaped as an oval containing 'Vaccinated NZ' with one tiny section tearing off labelled 'Ant-Vaxers' with a tiny figure of Chris Luxon leader of the National Party popping into the divisive gap positing "This chasm is all the government's fault" refers to the opposition both-sides policy positioning.
Climate Change Roulette
"Everything on this one" says a middle aged pale male denialist as he pushes all his chips on to the square marked 'best case scenario' - "no more bets" says the figure of death labelled 'climate change' - while a blond woman holds the arm of the big spender.
Unfair To Business
Cartoon depicts a shopping mall with escalators carrying middle classes down an 'inequality' escalator while the wealthy are being carried higher via the 'quantitative easing' escalator - one woman says "The government is so unfair to business"
Love Conquers Hate
A white supremacist gunman labelled 'Hate' flees from huge bouquets of flowers symbolising love and sympathy for his victims in Christchurch.
Future Corner Shops
Cartoon depicts a future corner shop selling alcopops cocaine meth and other drugs and fortified like a castle
Cartoon depicts two construction workers high above a city having a lunch and one comments "Sometimes I worry about work-life balance"
Credit Agency Profile
Cartoon depicts the office of a credit agency where a myopic clerk announces to a woman of colour "Don't worry we have comprehensive picture of you - a 55 year old caucasion male midget bankrupted 18 times convicted of fraud 35 times with a sailor's tattoo- is there anything I have left out?"
Snake Pond April Fools Day
Birds are attracted to a website/bath with a sign saying 'April Surprise which is really a snake in disguise- Subtitle - Avoid the april fool - check each website you visit is genuine'
Cartoon shows a field of cows with adjectives painted on 'grumpy' 'dopey' 'sneezy' and suited man saying "Beef need better adjectives 'Antibiotic-free' 'grass-fed' 'sustainable' 'free-range' 'non-GMO' while a farmer says "I have some more adjectives"
Hunting Pests Sequesters Carbon.
Cartoon depicts a farmer going deer hunting as another farmer asks "So what are you after -deer -goats - pigs -wallabies?" He answers "All of them - just doing my bit for the climate mate." Subtitle 'Pest control helps sequester carbon -Forest & Bird' Ref-.https://farmersweekly.co.nz/section/agribusiness/view/forest-and-bird-report-highlights-pest-losses..
Cartoon depicts a farmer driving a ute along a damaged road in backcountry commenting on an 80km slow speed sign "Do we have a choice?" refers to lowering of rural speed limits angering many rural communities.
Why Don't You Read More?
Why don't you read more - asks a father of his son while both watch an action movie on a huge screen.
Lower Privacy Threshold
"Now I wonder who among us might have a lower privacy threshold than others?" asks a man giving a lecture to a room of people from different cultural backgrounds,