Social and political feature and pocket cartoons with a slightly black and esoteric flavour. They are drawn on Australian and world issues but from an Australian perspective. This page is normally updated at least twice weekly.  Last updated on  Sunday 15th July 

2018-327P
NATO summit thought bubbles.

On military commitment negotiations at the NATO summit.

2018-326P
The "workforce" today.

Low wages growth and rising cost of living forcing increasing numbers of people to work two jobs.

2018-325
Choices for electricity consumers.

High electricity prices for consumers despite a big choice in electricity providers.

2018-323P 
ABC digital platforms.
Attempts by the LNP to limit the ABC’s use of digital platforms.

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Common definition of religious freedom.

People often want religious freedom, but only for their religion.

2018-318P 
Conservatives for action on global warming.

Conservatives reluctant to abandon coal, even those who recogniser the threat global warming poses.

2018-316  Diets.
ABC funding cutbacks threatening the very survival of the ABC.

2018-313P 
Use of paper.

On businesses using paper instead of plastic.

2018-311P 
Sorting option that should also be considered.

On the recycling sorting options debate.

2018-310P  Democracy according to David Leyonhjelm.
Australian politician David Leyonhjelm's misogynistic view of female politicians.

2018-306P 
Tax options expressed
as a road.

Pointing out that tax cuts usually lead to cuts to services and infrastructure.

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Cost effective way to cut the use of plastic.

On efforts to cut the use of single sue plastic.

2018-302 
Think carefully before giving tax cuts.

The difficulty of reimposing taxes that have been previously cut.

2018-300 
Pot of gold at the end
of the rainbow today.

The quest for liveable cities being stymied by our dependency on cars.


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Using reusable shopping bags is a load of rubbish.

Opposition to the introduction of reusable shopping bags.

2018-296P 
The wheels of
democracy today.

National Security legislation eroding civil liberties.


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