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The latest illustrations from artist Simon Letch
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The latest illustrations from artist Simon Letch

Gallery of illustrations by Sydney Morning Herald artist, Simon Letch.

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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.

Nationals prepare to run against Liberals in knife-edge seat as Morrison looks to intervene
Federal election

Nationals prepare to run against Liberals in knife-edge seat as Morrison looks to intervene

The Nationals polled residents in the south coast seat of Gilmore ahead of a potential tilt by former state MP Katrina Hodgkinson.

  • by Michael Koziol, Kylar Loussikian & Bevan Shields
Derryn Hinch faces furore for claiming gruesome details of Melbourne student murder
Crime

Derryn Hinch faces furore for claiming gruesome details of Melbourne student murder

Senator Hinch says he has disclosed what he claims are the horrific injuries suffered by Aiia Maasarwe because “people need to know what a killer on the loose is capable of”.

  • by Nicole Hasham
Government to ban physical and chemical restraints
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Government to ban physical and chemical restraints

Regulations to ban the use of physical and chemical restraints are sometimes used to the detriment of an individual's quality of life, says Aged Care Minister Ken Wyatt.

Today's cartoons: The illustrated news

Today's cartoons: The illustrated news

The news of the day as interpreted in the work of our award-winning cartoonists.

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Best of cartoons January 18, 2019
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Best of cartoons January 18, 2019

Our talented team of artists, illustrators and cartoonists give us their humorous version of the news of the day.

Labor vows to expand Finance Department's role, end agency 'caricature'
Public service

Labor vows to expand Finance Department's role, end agency 'caricature'

Opposition finance spokesman Jim Chalmers said the department could wield influence beyond preventing bad spending.

  • by Doug Dingwall
A need for a broader role for finance in government
Opinion
ALP

A need for a broader role for finance in government

Our economic and social challenges need collaborative and cost-effective solutions and the finance portfolio can and should play a bigger role in finding them.

  • by Jim Chalmers
'At least $50 million': Clive Palmer to spend more than Liberals and Labor in huge election binge
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Clive Palmer

'At least $50 million': Clive Palmer to spend more than Liberals and Labor in huge election binge

Cash splash could outstrip spending by the major parties but potentially fail to secure a single seat for his fledgling party.

  • by Max Koslowski
Australia and Fiji are 'family' after coup

Australia and Fiji are 'family' after coup

Australia and Fiji are family again after Scott Morrison's visit to the Pacific, ending a diplomatic freeze in place since a 2006 military coup.

  • by Angus Livingston