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The latest illustrations from artist Michael Leunig
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The latest illustrations from artist Michael Leunig

A look at the follies, foibles and joys of the human race through the eyes of cartoonist Michael Leunig. Buy prints from Michael Leunig at https://www.thestore.com.au/category/artists/michael-leunig. Join us on Facebook at the Michael Leunig Appreciation Page.

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The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding
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The latest illustrations from artist Matt Golding

Illustrations by the artist from The Age.

Best of cartoons, July 26, 2021
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Best of cartoons, July 26, 2021

The news of the day as interpreted by our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists.

Canberra considers further support for locked down businesses, workers

Canberra considers further support for locked down businesses, workers

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he and Treasurer Josh Frydenberg were continually evaluating the rapidly changing economic circumstances.

  • by Rob Harris
Best of cartoons, July 25, 2021
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Best of cartoons, July 25, 2021

The news of the day as interpreted by our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists.

‘Doesn’t matter how old you are’: Leaders urge people to get vaccinated

‘Doesn’t matter how old you are’: Leaders urge people to get vaccinated

With new scientific advice that Sydneysiders should “strongly consider” the AstraZeneca vaccine, leaders are urging people to get the jab as soon as possible.

  • by Katina Curtis
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Vikings, Bon Jovi and family cuddles: The simple pleasures of Michelle Rowland

Vikings, Bon Jovi and family cuddles: The simple pleasures of Michelle Rowland

Michelle Rowland’s almost spent her first pay packet on a Bon Jovi album. These days she’s trying to curb an online shopping obsession.

  • by Lisa Visentin
From lockdown, our horizons keep vanishing. But look, is that an apology! No, sorry, false alarm

From lockdown, our horizons keep vanishing. But look, is that an apology! No, sorry, false alarm

Home schooling is a cosmic joke enacted on locked-down working parents – overwhelmingly women. We’re all doing our bit. A heartfelt apology might have been too much to expect.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
‘Bring back JobKeeper now’ demands Perrottet

‘Bring back JobKeeper now’ demands Perrottet

The NSW Treasuer Dominic Perrottet wants the Morrison government to ramp up financial support as Sydney endures an extended coronavirus lockdown.

  • by James Massola
Morrison’s political calculus: bare his throat now, go to the polls in May

Morrison’s political calculus: bare his throat now, go to the polls in May

Scott Morrison’s standing with the Australian public has taken a major hit over the past few weeks for his government’s handling of the vaccine rollout.

  • by James Massola
The latest illustrations from artist Matt Davidson
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