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John Ditchburn

John has been a cartoonist for the Ballarat Courier since 1990. Before then he drifted through a succession of jobs as chemical worker, storeman, screen printer, diver, chainman, barman, bus driver, which he considers to be an excellent qualification for a cartoonist.

Author's website: John Ditchburn's home page


 
The event that set the course of the 21st century
Society - 11/05/2009 - 15 comments
Putting Warnie in touch with reality
Cartoons - 2/09/2003
How to make the world forget about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction
Cartoons - 2/07/2003
Creepy sources of government revenue
Cartoons - 19/06/2003
There are a thousand ways to fold a road map but only one way to read it
Cartoons - 4/06/2003
The answer, Governor General, is blowing in the wind
Cartoons - 16/05/2003
Freedom, democracy ... and other things the US brings to Iraqi people
Cartoons - 7/05/2003
Size does matter when it comes to threatening the world ...
Cartoons - 18/04/2003
The Iraq crisis reveals a different set of animal farm relationships
Cartoons - 4/04/2003
Long before 'all the way with LBJ' Khaki John was with the US leaders
Cartoons - 19/03/2003
Getting the message about regional telecommunication services
Cartoons - 5/03/2003
Howard stands firm on the the slippery slope to war in Iraq
Cartoons - 17/02/2003
Current visions of a sunburnt country
Cartoons - 4/02/2003
Terms of international diplomacy
Cartoons - 16/01/2003
The wisdom of experience: strike first
Cartoons - 31/12/2002
The shadow of a terrorist
Cartoons - 2/12/2002
Flag burners: you can't catch 'em all
Cartoons - 19/11/2002
The Cunningham by-election and the dominance of green politicians
Cartoons - 31/10/2002
Iraqi links to Al Qaida: incontrovertible!
Cartoons - 15/10/2002
How to make John Howard turn green
Cartoons - 15/09/2002
Indicators of worth ...
Cartoons - 31/08/2002
Full and efficient service - guaranteed!
Cartoons - 15/08/2002
The new-look share market gravy train
Cartoons - 30/07/2002
Political sleeping habits
Cartoons - 15/07/2002
Border protection?
Cartoons - 28/06/2002
The Devil and the threat of litigation
Cartoons - 15/06/2002
A happy hybrid?
Cartoons - 30/05/2002
The real reason for the cost of prescription drugs
Cartoons - 15/05/2002
The history of war memorials in the Middle East
Cartoons - 30/04/2002
Smoke-stack industry
Cartoons - 15/04/2002
Pathways to peace in the Middle East
Cartoons - 28/03/2002
The pillars of the church
Cartoons - 15/03/2002
The ascent of man
Cartoons - 15/02/2002
Rebuilding Afghanistan
Cartoons - 6/02/2002
The modern Humpty Dumpty
Cartoons - 2/02/2002
Complete support for IVF programmes
Cartoons - 15/01/2002
Pauline Hanson's shadow falls
Cartoons - 15/01/2002
The old rabbit-in-the-hat trick?
Cartoons - 15/12/2001
Checkmate
Cartoons - 29/11/2001
The winning margin
Cartoons - 15/11/2001
More QANTAS planes
Cartoons - 31/10/2001
Green Policies
Cartoons - 15/10/2001
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