The New Politicianary – M to Z

The new Politicianary – M to Z


Macindoe, Tim  – Dim
Mackey, Moana  – The Moaner
Mahuta, Nanaia  – Princess
Mallard, Trevor  – Trademe
Martin, Tracey  – Dipper
Mathers, Mojo  – Eminem
McClay, Todd  – Boris
McCully, Murray  – Flavio
McKelvie, Ian –  The Mayor
Mitchell, Mark  -George
Moroney, Sue  – Trifecta


Ngaro, Alfred  – ALF
Norman, Russel  – Dr Alliance


O’Connor, Damien  – Bruce
O’Connor, Simon – The Priest
O’Rourke, Denis  -The Menace


Parata, Hekia  – Aunty Queenie
Parker, David  – Bill
Peters, Winston  – Mr Jan Trotman
Prasad, Rajen  – Raisin
Prosser, Richard  – Walther


Robertson, Grant  – T2
Robertson, Ross  – The Toss or The Boss
Roche, Denise  – Cock
Ross, Jami-Lee  – Gipper
Roy, Eric  –  Hunter
Ryall, Tony  – Dolce


Sabin, Mike  – Captain P
Sage, Eugenie  – H101
Shanks, Katrina  – Lamb
Sharples, Pita  – Uncle
Shearer, David  – Casper
Simpson, Scott  – The Civet
Sio, Su’a William  – So So
Smith, Lockwood  – Speedo
Smith, Nick – Puller
Stewart, Barbara – Mrs Doubtfire
Street, Maryan – Back


Tirikatene, Rino  – Glad I’m A
Tisch, Lindsay  – Hobbit
Tolley, Anne  – Talley
Tremain, Chris  – Surfer Boy
Turei, Metiria – Poo Poo
Turia, Tariana – Aunty
Twyford, Phil  – Tri-ford


Upston, Louise  – That Nice Mrs Upston from Taupo


Wagner, Nicky  – Burns Treatment
Walker, Holly  – Hobbie
Wall, Louisa  – Brick
Wilkinson, Kate Katie the Plughead Slayer
Williams, Andrew  – Clown of Campbells Bay
Williamson, Maurice  – Lancer
Woodhouse, Michael  – Big Daddy
Woods, Megan  – Granny Big Skirt


Yang, Jian  – Panda
Young, Jonathan  – Minister


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  • Symgardiner

    “Trademe Trevor” has a nice ring to it! I wonder what he is selling this week?

  • MorrisC

    To be really correct, Mrs Upton comes from Arapuni. That is how far north Taupo goes.

  • Jman

    It would be nice to accompany these with a brief explanation as to the origin of the name. Some of them are pretty obscure.