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 25th March 2020 

2020-092
Ignoring social distancing.

Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

2020-093
Intimate candle lit
dinner today.

Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.

2020-090
Pretty safe dear.

Misunderstanding and ignorance about how coronavirus spreads.

2020-089P
But it is and emergency!

Panic over coronavirus causing unnecessary strain on hospital emergancy deparments.

2020-081
The ascent of
virus infected man.

Each subsequent virus outbreak seemingly to be getting progressively worse.

2020-079P
Current koala corridor.

Went with article on land clearing eroding Koala wildlife corridors.

2020-078P  Current emissions reduction target.
Coal lobby's resistance to significant carbon emission

2020-077  What wrong with the old treaty.
Plans for a modern indigenous treaty.


2020-074P
If exercise was the cure.

Coronavirus panic.

2020-075P
Carbon emissions
reduction targets.

The consequensces of not significantly reducing carbon emissions.

2020-072 
Coronavirus in the
Middle East.

Corona virus and past military responses to polical unreast in the Middle East.

2020-070P
Cleaning up Australia today.

Went with article on Clean up Australia Day.

2020-069P
The women in politics
glass ceiling.

Went with article on women in politics and the difficulties they face in the largely male world of politics.

2020-059
Death of Holden.

The death of Holden and
what it might mean
for Ford Australia.

2020-053
The coronavirus
domino effect.

The economic impact of the coronavirus.

2020-056P
National Party climate emergency declaration.

The National party's inability to acknowledge the evidence of global warming.

2020-055P
Another view of the glass  bottle stockpile.

Went with article about council’s stockpiling bottles they can’t recycle.

2020-054P
The good and the bad news for Sydney residents.

After weeks of enduring bushfire smoke haze Sydney residents were hit by extreme flooding.