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Reformed pirates of postering: Phantom Billstickers

From an illegal practice to a leading business, how Phantom Billstickers transformed outdoor advertising.

WATCH: Phantom Billstickers chief executive Robin McDonnell speaks with Kate McVicar.

Kate McVicar Mon, 12 Feb 2024

It’s 1982, Robert Muldoon is in power, Oliva Newton-John and Howard Morrison are playing over the airwaves and, on a dark Christchurch street, gig-promotor Jim Wilson has had a realisation that will spur a long-lasting and influential business.

He’s working to promote up-and-coming local talent

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Kate McVicar Mon, 12 Feb 2024
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