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Press (Christchurch, N.Z.)
The Prime Minister, John Key, shows children the details of the new apprenticeship scheme; so long as they are prepared to forgo fringe benefits, are 'flexible' and are not unionists, they may be able to find work with his 'friends in Hollywood'. Refers to the announcement of the new apprenticeship scheme announced by the Government in Jan 2013, and to the 'union-busting' deals negotiated with Warner Brothers over the 'Hobbit' dispute. Despite the scheme, the prospect of work for many, even with reduced conditions, still seemed to be remote. Colour and black and white versions available Quantity: 2 digital cartoon(s).
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2 digital cartoon(s), Works of art, Digital images, Cartoons (Commentary)
New Zealand National Party, Key, John Phillip (Rt Hon), 1961-, New Zealand Apprenticeship Scheme (2013), Warner Bros, Job creation, Apprenticeship programmes, Unemployment, Hobbit, an unexpected journey (Motion picture), New Zealand