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  Friday 9th October 2020 

Tax and JobKeeper cuts.
Went with article on the social impact of planned cuts to the JobKeeper payment.

Remembering the
class of 2020.
Went with an article on a ban on school class photos due to coronavirus pandemic.

Assisting the elderly.
Superannuation tax breaks more generous than the pension.

Coronavirus lockdown wedding cake.
Went with article about weddings during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown.

Federal budget piggybank.
Went with article about the upcoming federal budget.

Coronavirus distancing compliant mosh pit.
Went with article about live music gigs during the coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

Climate solutions survey.
Went with article about climate solutions survey.

Steps towards a
coronavirus free world.
Steps towards ending the coronavirus pandemic not straight forward.

On the open road today.
Went with article about grey nomads caravanning locally due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

UV rates are low.
Went with article warning people about rising Ultraviolet levels as we head towards summer.

Revoking responsible lending laws applied
to mice.
On the Federal government revoking introduced responsible lending laws.

Only a small cut.
Went with article about the economic and social impact on the unemployed of the cut to the JobSeeker payment.

What do you want to do when you grow up?
Went with article about children’s life prospects being curtailed due to the coronavorusu pandemic.

Coronavirus pandemic
era wedding.
Went with article on the difficulty of getting married during the conronavirus pancemic lockdown.
The feeling that our opinions are being manipulated.
Facebook and Google controlling what users see.

Different views of
the lockdown.
Went with article about nursary sales booming as people turn to gardening during the coronavirus lockdown.