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  Thursday 20th February 2020 

2020-059
Death of Holden.

The death of Holden and
what it might mean
for Ford Australia.

2020-053
The coronavirus
domino effect.

The economic impact of the coronavirus.

2020-056P
National Party climate emergency declaration.

The National party's inability to acknowledge the evidence of global warming.

2020-055P
Another view of the glass  bottle stockpile.

Went with article about council’s stockpiling bottles they can’t recycle.

2020-054P
The good and the bad news for Sydney residents.

After weeks of enduring bushfire smoke haze Sydney residents were hit by extreme flooding.

2020-049P
Signs that the fruit is ripe.

Went with article on picking fruit.

2020-045P
News censorship.

Went with article about press freedom under threat.

2020-044
Steps to apply for government funding.

On the slew of sports and general funding grants favouring coalition seats in the run up to last year’s federal election.

2020-042P
New suburb green spaces.

Went with article about the lack of green space in new suburban developments.

2020-040P
Beach lifeguards
this summer.

Went with artcile about this summer being lost (in terms of recreational opportunities).

2020-036 
Why koalas commit suicide.
Using Koala habitat lose as a metaphor for society's failure to tackle the causes of suicide.

2020-029
Curbing the
spread of disease.

Pointing out the vastly different responses to coronavirus and malaria.

2020-021
I know how you feel.

Highlighting both the Australia Day protests and the recent damaging bushfires.

2020-024P 
Attracting tourists
to country Victoria.

Went with article urging tourists to visit the parts of Victoria that haven't been burnt.



2020-025P 
Honey flow in bushfire affected areas.

Went with article on beehives being moved from fire affected areas due to lack of honey flow.

2020-022 
The Federal Government's Sports funding grants.

The Minister for Sport Bridget McKenzie giving out sports funding grants that favoured LNP marginal seats.


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