“Righting a historic wrong”: the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board of Management votes to close the rock to climbers.
(The Canberra Times, 3 November 2017 | Gallery of most recent cartoons)
(The Canberra Times, 8 June, 10 June, 13 June 2017 | Gallery of most recent cartoons)
From my digital sketchbook, with the Wheeler Centre’s podcast on women’s sport and the AFLW in my ear.
“The way the football bounces, there’s something almost primal about it… like you’re hunting a rabbit” – Darcy Vescio, Carlton Blues
In the lead up to World Press Freedom Day on May the 3rd, add your name to Amnesty’s call to release imprisoned media workers in Turkey: “One third of all imprisoned journalists in the world are being held in Turkish prisons”.
And that continues to include cartoonist Musa Kart.
After five months in prison, Musa has finally been formally indicted. If found guilty, he faces a 29 year sentence.
The resurrection of the spirit of anti-racist solidarity, in the Australian Football League.
Unfortunately, some of my Christian sisters and brothers in Wagga Wagga have denounced this cartoon as “blasphemy”.
Everyone at the weekly ‘prayers in the park’ meeting on Easter Monday was “shocked and horrified”.
(The Canberra Times, 5 April 2017 | Gallery of most recent cartoons)
You can #AddAFish too, and sign the petition organised by the Media, Arts and Entertainment Alliance to #BringThemHere.
Something from my sketchbook for the inaugural World Bonobo Day on 14 February 2017.
Includes specimens from Homo Australpoliticus, which remain unknown to science.
Fairfax staff in Canberra, Brisbane, Newcastle and Wollongong have voted to strike for 24 hours in support of colleagues in Sydney and Melbourne facing substantial job cuts. So no cartoon today!