Ads@6: 28 January – 3 February

  • Ads @ 6
  • February 4, 2010
  • Ben Fahy
Ads@6: 28 January – 3 February

A plethora of crepuscular television advertising brought to you by the good folks at Adstream. Ads@6 is best served lukewarm and goes perfectly with lasagne toppers, corn chips and a vigorous session of Zumba. Zumbaaaa! Good to see 'The Dictator' splashing out on a new tourism campaign with a rather enticing TVC by the Sydney office of Flying Fish for Barnes, Catmur and Friends (although Monocle, that venerable, besuited, smoking jacket-wearing gentleperson of the monthly magazine world, recently dished out an upper class burn by claiming that countries need to sell themselves with the right words "and Fiji Me are definitely not the right ones").

28 January

Youtube Video

  1. Did you hear about the Morgans? in Cinemas

  2. Bunnings

  3. 2 Degrees

  4. Palmers

  5. Chelsea

  6. National Bank

  7. Noel Leeming

  8. Countdown, Woolworths and Foodtown

  9. Hyundai

  10. Placemakers


Youtube Video

  1. Dettol

  2. Zumba

  3. Dove

  4. Sanitarium

  5. Fisher & Paykel and Finish

29 January


Youtube Video

  1. Selleys

  2. Briscoes

  3. Bunnings

  4. Open Polytechnic

  5. Michael Hill

  6. Paper Plus

  7. Auckland Drapes

  8. Rebel Sport

  9. Godfrey's


Youtube VideoHarvey Norman

  1. Crisco

  2. Dove

  3. Breast Screening NZ

  4. Precious in cinemas

  5. Up and Go

  6. Shoe Clinic

  7. Godfrey's

30 January


Youtube Video

  1. Did you hear about the Morgans? in cinemas

  2. Peugeot

  3. Dance of Desire

  4. Noel Leeming

  5. Instant Finance

  6. Pak n Save

  7. Paper Plus

  8. Briscoes

  9. MTA

  10. Mitsubishi Electric

Youtube Video

  1. Sunday Star Times

  2. Mortein

  3. Harvey Norman

  4. Swim for life

  5. Nurofen

  6. Calci Yum

31 January


Youtube Video

  1. Rug Doctor

  2. Mitre 10

  3. L'Oreal Paris

  4. Boz Scaggs in concert

  5. The Complete Garden

  6. Cobb & Co

  7. MySky

  8. Precious in cinemas

  9. Rug Doctor

Youtube Video

  1. Guthrie Bowron

  2. Harvey World Travel

  3. Open Polytech

  4. Flora Pro-Activ

  5. Carpet One

  6. Pizza Hut

  7. Mitsubishi

1 February

Youtube Video

  1. Robert Harris

  2. 100% NZ Pork

  3. Platinum Homes

  4. Hyundai

  5. Southern Cross Health

  6. UDC Finance

  7. Chelsea

  8. Pandora jewellery

  9. Mole Map

  10. United Travel

Youtube Video

  1. Did you hear about the Morgans? in cinemas

  2. United Travel

  3. ANZ

  4. Fujitsu

  5. Never Shake a Baby

  6. Sky

  7. Pizza Hut

2 February


Youtube Video

  1. Placemakers

  2. CMC Markets

  3. Flight Centre Travel Expo

  4. Raid

  5. Chem Dry

  6. Hyundai

  7. Jenny Craig

  8. Nine in cinemas

Youtube Video

  1. Mitsubishi

  2. Versatile

  3. Invictus in cinemas

  4. Lipton ice tea

  5. Rebel Sport Super 14

  6. Burger King

3 February


Youtube Video


  2. Tower Insurance

  3. Bundaberg

  4. Lotto

  5. Hammer Hardware

  6. Olay

  7. Never Shake a Baby

  8. Tower Insurance

Youtube Video

  1. Fiji Me

  2. CMC Markets

  3. Seal's Greatest Hits out now

  4. Slow Down

  5. Carpet Court

  6. Resene

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Whittaker's divides the court of public opinion – but all for a good cause

  • Advertising
  • February 22, 2019
  • Caitlin Salter
Whittaker's divides the court of public opinion – but all for a good cause

On Monday, Whittaker’s launched its latest novelty chocolate-lolly mash up with a chocolatey answer to retro bakesale treat coconut ice. The Coconut Ice Surprise chocolate has a twist though, 20c from each block goes to Plunket – a charity which New Zealanders agree is a worthy cause. However, to relate the chocolate to the charity, Whittaker's has built the campaign around baby gender reveal parties, causing a backlash from the public who argue gender norms have expanded beyond blue for boys and pink for girls.

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