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  Tuesday 20th March 

2018-131P  Implementing the SA government's new renewable energy policy.
The new South Australian Liberal Government flagging changes to the current SA renewable energy policy.

2018-128P  Welcome to the club.
On the Greens political infighting in the wake of the Batman by-election.

2018-124P  The Government's preferred ABC news coverage.
On the head of the ABC, Michelle Guthrie, claiming that ABC news should cover more human interest stories.

2018-122P  Watering down the gun laws.
On Peter Dutton being in talks to create a gun lobby to change the gun laws.

2018-118P  It seems we are no longer down and out.
On homelessness in Australia rising 14% in five years.

2018-117P  Sweeping the overpopulation problem under the carpet.
The impact on the planet from overpopulation largely being ignored.

2018-113P  Well that didn't cost us much.
On Australia being granted an exemption from the US steel tariff.

2018-112P  Trump's foreign policies.
On former Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating’s comment that Trump is ‘surprisingly’ good at foreign policy.

2018-110P  Rise in the minimum wage.
Comparing minimum wage rises and tax cuts.

2018-108P Trade war.
Tariff barriers put up in a trade war usually end up damaging every country's economy.

2018-106P  Enforcing land clearing regulations.
On Queensland MPs forcing government to back off on land-clearing enforcement.

2018-104P  Duck hunter education today.
On the high number of protected ducks being shot during duck season.

2018-103P  High calibre candidates.
On the Tasmanian Liberal government’s promise to soften Tasmania’s gun laws.

2018-100P  The wage rises winners podium.
On wage stagnation while executive salaries have soared.

2018-096P  Selling Australian made vehicles in the future.
Went with article about the Australian government being willing to support the manufacturing of military vehicles but not the now defunct Australian car industry.

2018-095P  Bill Shorten's chameleon stance.
Opposition leader Bill Shorten's ambiguous stance on the Adani mine.

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