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  Wednesday 23rd May 

2018-237P  The tip of the iceberg.
On the damage humans inflict on the planet despite making up just .01% of all living things.

2018-233P  Fully automated board of directors.
On social impact of automation in the workforce.

2018-231P Current plan to lower carbon emissions.
On Australia’s feeble attempts to lower carbon emissions.

2018-229P  The ABC that the government would fully fund.
On further ABC funding cuts.

2018-224P  Wages growth expressed as a plant.
On wages growth being stuck at 2.1% despite forecast of higher growth rates.

2018-223P  The impact of NAPLAN testing on life outcomes.
On the relevance of NAPLAN testing.

2018-220P  Cooking with gas.
On Australia’s rising carbon emissions that are being boosted by the expansion of LNG Exports.

2018-216P  Further ABC funding cuts.
On the latest round of ABC funding cuts.

2018-215  Current food labelling laws applied to supermarket aisles.
On Australia’s current confusing food labelling laws.

2018-211P  Common pre-election sweeteners.
Tax cuts to big business.

2018-210P  The dietary guidelines Gordian knot.
On confusion over dietary guidelines.

2018-206P  Wind farm problems.
Lighter look at criticisms of wind farm.

2018-205P  What Newstart allowance recipients really live on.
On claims by MP Julia Banks that she could live on the $40 a day Newstart allowance.

2018-202P  Corporate tax cut may not happen.
On the planned corporate tax cut being in doubt.

2018-200P  Financial Sector Animal Farm.
On the Banking Royal Commission.

2018-199P  Made in China Australia recycling.
A look at Australia’s waste problem, exacerbated by china’s import ban on some recycling materials but caused by excessive

2018-195P  Modern version of the Road to Gundagai.
On the NBN CEO Bill Morrow admitting that the NBN’s speed was slowed by the reliance on the copper network.

2018-194P  Recording precipitation in the future.
On the record breaking April temperatures in South Eastern Australia.


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