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 26th November 2020 

2020-399 
Being the fastest not necessarily the best.
Exiting out of the coronavirus lockdown fraught with risk.

2020-398P
Donald Trump leaving
the Whitehouse.
Trump's damaging exit from the whitehouse.

2020-397P
This meeting
has been rigged.
Lightweight toon that went with an article about a local council bringing in a cat curfew.

2020-395P
Extreme La Nina.
Went with article about flood forecast.

2020-394P
Alternatives to Glyphosate proved to be problematic
as well.
Went with article about possible adverse health effects of the herbicide, Glyphosate.

2020-391P
The Australian
weather Dance.
Went with article about the vagaries of Australia's climate.

2020-388P
BYO parkland.
Went with an article on the lack of parkland space in new estates.

2020-387P
Vigilance this summer.
Went with article on the need to be vigilant against coronavirus this summer.

2020-386P 
Social distancing at the cinema.
Went with article on cinemas reopening as coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease.

2020-384P
China, One country, two systems.
For article on deteriorating human rights in Hong Kong and mainland China.

2020-381P
Safe social distancing.
Went with article on coronavirus lockdown restrictions being eased, including allowing people to play the pokies again.

2020-380 
Tree or traffic change?
Increasing numbers of city dwellers moving to the country in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

2020-379P
Major Roads Project Victoria view of NAIDOC week.
Went with article on NAIDOC week celebrations. Refers to Major Road Projects Victoria cutting down some significant aboriginal cultural heritage trees as part of the duplication on the Western highway (Victoria).

2020-378P
Back to normal after
the ring of steel.
Went with article on the raising of "the ring of steel" around Melbourne.

2020-376 
Blaming Dan Andrews.
A vindication of Victorian Premier Dan Andrews' tough coronavirus lockdown policy.

2020-375P
Democracy, now and then.
Went with article about the 75th anniversary of the end of the world war two.  A reminder that maintaining democracy is not just about voting.