11 October, 2007 Shows an All Black at customs as he returns to New Zealand. A customs officer is curious to see on the Xray screen, All Black coach, Graham Henry, squeezed in amongst the luggage items inside the All Black's suitcase. He asks the All-Black if he packed his own bag. Refers to the shame of All Black defeat at the Rugby World Cup.

11 October, 2007 Shows an All Black at customs as he returns to New Zealand. A customs officer is curious to see on the Xray screen, All Black coach, Graham Henry, squeezed in amongst the luggage items inside the All Black's suitcase. He asks the All-Black if he packed his own bag. Refers to the shame of All Black defeat at the Rugby World Cup.

Shows two massive rugby players, an All Black with the word 'Hypothermia' on his shirt and a member of the Irish team with 'Global warming' on his shirt. They stand in a driving storm. The All Black says that they felt that they laid the platform for their dominance up front. In the right lower corner are the words 'All Blacks 21 Ireland 11'. Refers to the test match on Saturday 14th June, 2008 between the All Blacks and the Irish.

Shows two massive rugby players, an All Black with the word 'Hypothermia' on his shirt and a member of the Irish team with 'Global warming' on his shirt. They stand in a driving storm. The All Black says that they felt that they laid the platform for their dominance up front. In the right lower corner are the words 'All Blacks 21 Ireland 11'. Refers to the test match on Saturday 14th June, 2008 between the All Blacks and the Irish.

Refers to the last test to be played at Carisbrook when the All Blacks played Wales on June 19, the All Blacks winning 42-9. Refers also to the new Forsyth Barr Stadium at University Plaza, planned for opening in August 2011 in time to host Dunedin's 2011 Rugby World Cup games. 18 June 2010

Refers to the last test to be played at Carisbrook when the All Blacks played Wales on June 19, the All Blacks winning 42-9. Refers also to the new Forsyth Barr Stadium at University Plaza, planned for opening in August 2011 in time to host Dunedin's 2011 Rugby World Cup games. 18 June 2010

The tragedy of NZ's unwillingness to "do its bit" - Moreu's #Aylan refugee cartoon in the Timaru Herald.

The tragedy of NZ's unwillingness to "do its bit" - Moreu's #Aylan refugee cartoon in the Timaru Herald.

Shows a large French rooster marching off leaving a poor little kiwi lying on its back and complaining that it was barely hatched. Refers to the French beating the injury plagued and inexperienced All Blacks 27-22 at Carisbrook in Dunedin 13 June 2009.

Shows a large French rooster marching off leaving a poor little kiwi lying on its back and complaining that it was barely hatched. Refers to the French beating the injury plagued and inexperienced All Blacks 27-22 at Carisbrook in Dunedin 13 June 2009.

The 'guy wearing jockeys' is All Black, Dan Carter, looking like Batman with a 'C' on his front and on his cape and wearing jockeys. Refers to the fact that Dan Carter has just returned to the All Black team after time off for injury and is expected to help the team improve their game (which has been less than wonderful of late). Dan Carter promotes jockey underwear. 12 August 2009

The 'guy wearing jockeys' is All Black, Dan Carter, looking like Batman with a 'C' on his front and on his cape and wearing jockeys. Refers to the fact that Dan Carter has just returned to the All Black team after time off for injury and is expected to help the team improve their game (which has been less than wonderful of late). Dan Carter promotes jockey underwear. 12 August 2009

Refers to a rugby player being granted name suppression and being spared a formal conviction on domistic abuse charges (despite a guilty plea), because he is an All Black. Waikato Times, 24 February, 2005.

Refers to a rugby player being granted name suppression and being spared a formal conviction on domistic abuse charges (despite a guilty plea), because he is an All Black. Waikato Times, 24 February, 2005.

Shows Olympic rowers Georgina and Caroline Evers-Swindell, and Olympic cyclist Sarah Ulmer wearing All Black t-shirts and standing on a rugby field. Refers to their recent Olympic gold medals and jokes that they should be part of the All Blacks rugby team. 25 August, 2004

Shows Olympic rowers Georgina and Caroline Evers-Swindell, and Olympic cyclist Sarah Ulmer wearing All Black t-shirts and standing on a rugby field. Refers to their recent Olympic gold medals and jokes that they should be part of the All Blacks rugby team. 25 August, 2004

Shows a rugby player standing with a ball at his feet, pondering the notion that he should try for the All Blacks as a last resort, since better players have been poached by other teams. Waikato Times, 24 May, 2005.

Shows a rugby player standing with a ball at his feet, pondering the notion that he should try for the All Blacks as a last resort, since better players have been poached by other teams. Waikato Times, 24 May, 2005.

Shows an All Black shirt beside which is the word 'AB'Sent' and below a list of All Blacks who are not in the reshuffled All Black team selected by Graham Henry. The initial 'AB'S in the word 'absent' stands for 'All Blacks'. and each name in the list is crossed out. 29 May, 2008

Shows an All Black shirt beside which is the word 'AB'Sent' and below a list of All Blacks who are not in the reshuffled All Black team selected by Graham Henry. The initial 'AB'S in the word 'absent' stands for 'All Blacks'. and each name in the list is crossed out. 29 May, 2008

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