Social and political 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 five times a week. Last updated on Friday 7th March 2014 The cartoons on this website are a mix of EDITORIAL and POCKET cartoons. This page only lists editorial cartoons, to view pocket cartoons see the POCKET CARTOONS PAGE.
Putin's view of Ukrainian democracy.
Vladimir Putin's aggressive warlike stance towards Ukraine. Putin is known for his shirtless macho poses.
Smoke from the coal fire at the Hazelwood open cut mine causing health problems for Morwell residents.
Big job loses at Ford, Qantas, Alcoa and Holden.
Dusting the furniture today.
Extreme hot and dry weather over much of Australia.
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We have a serious drug problem.
Concerns about the drug problem often ignores the the much larger problem of alcohol abuse.
Alan Joyce, the CEO of Qantas, seemingly intent on the destruction of Qantas.
Looks at the increasingly difficult step for young people of getting their first job.
The Killing fields lawn.
Australian Government's plan to send some asylum seekers to Cambodia.
Recent calls to curb wages growth seem to ignore that the greatest growth has been amongst executive salaries.
Food labelling today.
confusing and vague food labelling not helping in the campaign against unhealthy food.
Could you hold the exit door.
Alcoa Australia shutting down a number of its factories not that long after receiving a fifty million dollar grant from the government.
The "long" in Geelong.
Massive job losses led by the closures of Ford and Alcoa increasing the number of unemployed in the city.
Throwing lifelines to Ardmona SPC.
The different responses from the State and Federal governments to Ardmona SPC's economic plight.
Job creation recipe.
Job creation schemes can ignore the pain redundant workers have to go through to retrain, especially when all they wanted was to hang onto their old job.
Buying an Australian made car in the future.
Another look at the end of the Australian car industry.
The funeral cortege.
The end of the Australian car industry.
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