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  Monday 16th April 

2018-175P  Big catches in the future.
On plastic pollution in the world’s oceans and overfishing.

2018-172P  Modern bins.
The large amount of uneaten food that is thrown out.

2018-171P  ABC content that's rising.
On the erosion of the Australian Broadcasting corporation’s independence.

2018-169P  Wages not growing.
Looks at prolonged wages stagnation.

2018-166P  Climate change winners podium.
Pocket version of the 2018-166 cartoon on the ever increasing grip of global warming.

2018-166  Climate change winners podium.
On the ever increasing grip of global warming.

2018-165P  All you can eat cruises.
On the latest live sheep trade mass deaths in transit.

2018-163P  Melbourne is a liveable city.
On Melbourne's liveable city rating.

2018-162P  Naplan testing is important.
On the usefulness of Naplan testing.

2018-159P  Just when South Australians thought it was safe to get back in the water.
Plans to drill an exploratory well in the Great Australian Bight despite document showing oil drilling would pose an extreme environmental risk.

2018-158  People who live in free trade glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
Trump considering new $100bn tariff on Chinese goods as trade feud escalates.

2018-156P  The Greens current policy platform.
On claims that the Greens leader Richard Di Natale is seeking to alter the Greens’ policy platform.

2018-152P  Honest Mal's used power generation vehicles.
On the Government pushing Alinta Energy to buy AGL’s ailing Liddell coal-fired power station.

2018-151P  Extra funding for schools.
Widening inequality in educational resources in Australia.

2018-150P  The gospel according to Tony Abbott.
On the Tony Abbott’s fixation on coal at the expense of renewables.

2018-148P  Measuring rising carbon emissions in the future.
Australia's emissions rise again in 2017, putting Paris targets in doubt.


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