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The Scratchy Lines cartoon for the April edition of New Internationalist. The Australian New Internationalist blog and shop are here. And more: become a New Internationalist community shareholder, ‘become a media pioneer and buy into journalism with facts and heart’. The New Internationalist crowd funding project will only be funded if at least £500,000 is invested by 6th April 2017 – 84% raised so far.

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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon.

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Today’s Pro Bono News cartoon. For background on the issue see the post: Centrelink Should Not Be Government ‘Weapon’ of Deficit Reduction .

 

 

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The magazine Australian Options has been appearing four times a year for over 20 years. Issue 84, Spring 2016 is now out with articles on Brexit, the Chilcot Report, the economy, inequality and more. Each issue has a cartoon commentary.

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September’s New Internationalist cartoon.

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This month’s New Internationalist cartoon. Click here for the Australian New Internationalist blog and shop!

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Cartoons from the latest Australian Options magazine.

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From today’s Pro Bono News federal budget coverage here is the Kneebone cartoon. Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison handed down the 2016 federal budget last night and this is what it looked like (not really… and I should have put in Overseas Aid as a negative peanut – read about aid CUTS here!).

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Yesterday’s Pro Bono news cartoon. See the post Tax Reform Now Off The Table Warns Housing NFP’ on the Pro Bono website.

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Today’s Pro Bono news cartoon. Yesterday Treasurer Scott Morrison spoke to the National Press club  warning that it will be a slow path back to a budget surplus, and calls for spending cuts (read here). In contrast, ACOSS, Australia’s peak welfare body,  says the next budget must support essential community services and ‘realign its spending priorities and strengthen the tax base’ (read the Pro Bono post here).

And now you can explore the new look Pro Bono website!