Two exhibitions on display in Brisbane delve into the best of political cartooning from 2018 and the past 100 years in Queensland.
If you go outside at night and walk around, you may even hear a familiar plaintive sound: a gentle crackly noise followed immediately by a wet slippery smrrrrsshhhh.
Divine irony has the owners of a Noah's Ark attraction suing for rain damage.
People are free to make fun of MPs outside the Parliament. But when it comes to using footage from the House, even ordinary people can be caught out by strict rules.
Patricia Karvelas has let herself down. She’s let the Republic of Gilead down. It was an affront to all that is decent.
We have sensible gun laws for a reason, but that in no way diminishes my need for a shotgun right now.
Congratulations on your pregnancy. I envy the response your country has had to your news. Mine has not been quite so celebratory.
Before we start getting too excited about this same-sex marriage business, we need to knock off the old tradition of wedding gift registries.
There's enough intrigue and backstabbing in the latest White House tell-all tittle-tattle to make Game of Thrones look like work of fiction.
Kevin Andrews, you may not know, rejoices in the parliamentary title of Father of the House, which means he is currently the longest continuously serving member of the House of Representatives.
"The NBN was a mistake and might never make money," says Malcolm Turnbull, to the shock and surprise of absolutely no-one.
We await Bob Hawke's intervention in the euthanasia debate.
The worst insult since Anthony Quinn played Zorba. His Xness, Nick, explains.
John Birmingham has given this some thought and come up with the only reasons you'll ever need to deny people equal rights.
Mr Abbott, your opinion piece was a mix of baseless assertions, illogical contortions and brazen inversions.
Donald Trump's handshake with French president possibly his most awkward yet.
It should be illegal in all Australian states and territories, writes Alan Stokes.
Those sitting the test will be cheered on/bullied by Immigration staff, to create a more realistic, high-pressure environment.
[SATIRE] US airline giant United launched an innovative new seating class today, which will see customers dragged to and from their seats for a modest extra fee.
[SATIRE] A spokesperson for the Australia Post board of directors said they suspected a resignation may have been imminent in August 2015, when they received a ‘sorry we missed you’ card.
[SATIRE] The Sydney man, who was revealed yesterday as the party’s biggest ever donor, said he had no interest in policy and was happy to leave the running of the party to others.
Becoming a large international corporation is the simplest way to avoid paying the money you owe the Federal Government, it has been revealed.
Baby boomer Valerie Morton has a business vision: bugger nursing homes, bring on the well-appointed opium dens.
[SATIRE] In a wake-up call for the nation’s educators, Australia has plummeted on the international maths rankings tables for students, falling to 28th spot – a 10 per cent decline on last year’s 18th.
[SATIRE]: “For some teams it’s the short ball the brings them unstuck; for others it’s a turning wicket. For the Aussies it’s playing cricket."
SATIRE: Mexico has erected a full-length border wall to keep out the millions of Americans hoping to flee from a Trump presidency.
[SATIRE] Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump has moved swiftly to remove the stench created by Australian Senator Cory Bernardi's endorsement.
[SATIRE] A $22.50 processing fee has been applied to each question answered during the parliamentary inquiry into banks, it was revealed today.
[Satire] "Their transport, their holidays, the sporting events they attend, even the charity events they participate in, are so often funded by the government."
Socks will no longer be able to be worn in Sydney after 10pm, following a new law introduced by Premier Mike Baird.