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 18th April 2014 I will be taking a short break. The next cartoon is not due to be posted until Tuesday 29th April. 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.
Modern version of the crucifixion of Jesus.
Rampant consumerism that has enveloped Easter.
The tip of the NSW corruption iceberg.
Premier Barry O'Farrell's wine bottle gift corruption scandal tiny when compared to the endemic scale of corruption within NSW politics.
I'd remember a $3,000 bottle of wine.
NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell's resignation after not declaring a gift of a $3,000 bottle of wine, a gift he claimed he had not recollection of.
The retirement Stall Gift.
Plans to raise the retirement age again.
Improving society today.
Society's obsession to technical progress while at the same time ignoring much larger social problems.
The AFLs new entrance turnstiles.
The AFL's new variable ticket pricing structure has dramatically pushed up the cost of seeing
and Australian Rules football match for most fans.
Rainfall in Australia today.
Extensive drought across Eastern Australia.
Defending freedom of speech today.
Attempts in Australia to curb freedom of free speech of protest groups protesting against businesses.
The Australian jobs that are going offshore.
Social comment on Philip Morris' announcement that part of its manufacturing operation will be moved offshore.
Slow food movement, slow train movement.
High number of VLine train delays. VLine runs the Victorian regional rail network in Australia.
Harvesting the election promise carrot.
So many election promises are either unfulfilled or watered down.
Tony Abbott's new sunhat.
Abbott's reinstitution of knighthood honours.
The latest definition of freedom speech.
Planned changes to Australia's defamation laws set to advantage the already powerful in the media.
James Hird, Tanya heard, Andrew Demetriou herd.
Following damaging comments by James Herd's wife Tania AFL boss Andrew Demetriou has apparently stepped up his campaign to oust Hird as coach of Essendon.
Launch of the Disability Insurance Scheme.
Problems with the new Disability insurance scheme due to poor inadequate preparation.
Where Russia stands on the democratic process.
Russia's stymieing of the Ukrainian democratic process.
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