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Martin Doyle cartoon: Rats have a lot to offer

Monday, 14 July 2014, 3:37 pm | Martin Doyle

With their numbers ballooning to 15 million in recent months, rats are doing very well under National. Not just green-voters, but presumably everything in the New Zealand ecosystem, will welcome Nick Smith's timely extermination programme. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Someone somewhere is responsible

Friday, 11 July 2014, 5:43 pm | Martin Doyle

The PM is on holiday and won't comment on the diplomatic immunity issue, the Acting PM won't comment, and Murray McCully is commissioning some kind of inquiry into his very own micro-managed department and won't comment. Is this what we call responsible ... More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Whoa to the chased

Friday, 11 July 2014, 3:56 pm | Martin Doyle

It has been clear for several years that the current policy round police chases is causing unnecessary danger and deaths. Rather than address the issue while it's in the air at the moment, Police are once again flooding the media with other tales ... More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: [Book] Mouth-watering Meals

Thursday, 10 July 2014, 5:21 pm | Martin Doyle

Martin Doyle cartoon: [Book] Mouth-watering Meals A gentle comment on the role of good diet. Click for big version. *** Facebook: Martin Doyle cartoons Twitter @Mart_cartoons More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: PM flenses his muscles

Tuesday, 8 July 2014, 5:07 pm | Martin Doyle

The meeting between Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and PM John Key revealed two men who can't explain their stances to the world ie why the Japanese WANT to kill and eat whales, why New Zealand is passionately opposed to whaling. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: We will conquer Rome

Friday, 4 July 2014, 1:12 pm | Martin Doyle

If ISIS does seize all of Iraq they will control/possess 4 percent of the world's oil reserves. They say their goal is to expand into other countries and "conquer Rome". Not just for Italy, but for the whole world the dolce vita is over. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Their words say everything

Wednesday, 2 July 2014, 3:23 pm | Martin Doyle

Neither the victim nor the accused man will now find justice in the case of the Malaysian diplomat accused of attempted rape. And the public suffers revulsion hearing the words of the cunning men with immunity dripping from their hands. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Home to Hundertwasser

Monday, 30 June 2014, 3:17 pm | Martin Doyle

The decision of the Whangarei District Council to drop the Hundertwasser Arts Centre idea is mind-numbing. The powers that be need to step in. Hundertwasser belongs to all of us. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Lord Lucan ordered to hang

Friday, 27 June 2014, 5:31 pm | Martin Doyle

Lucan Battison's victory in the High Court to keep his hair long is a victory for youth. He will now be 'locked' away in New Zealand folklore. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Chinese water torture

Thursday, 26 June 2014, 3:39 pm | Martin Doyle

John Key's method of drip-feeding the truth about donations to the Labour Party has hit a wee snag - his main informant got his lines wrong. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Cannibalism should be a Red Card offen

Wednesday, 25 June 2014, 5:33 pm | Martin Doyle

The biting of Giorgio Chiellini (Italy) by serial-chomper Luis Suarez (Uruguay) raises important questions: Was it a Red Card offence (or just 'medium rare')? Should cannibalism be banned from top sport.. or is that going too far? Should gravy be provided for ... More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Mummy and Baghdadi gonna be rich

Wednesday, 25 June 2014, 5:30 pm | Martin Doyle

The bizarrest aspect of the current crisis in Iraq is the actual wealth - and potential wealth - of this little nation of only 36 million people. Well run, they could ALL be millionaires. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Morning after the Excommunication

Tuesday, 24 June 2014, 3:19 pm | Martin Doyle

Like, wassa bugging this Pope Francis with this Excommunication hit on the Mob? Perhaps it's time to make an offering they can't refuse. Ref: More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Man bottled outside Beehive

Monday, 23 June 2014, 1:36 pm | Martin Doyle

John Key has an irritating tactic of digging up ghosts from the past to help win current battles. But in the case of fine wine of good vintage, age only makes them better. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Operation Bottom-feed

Friday, 20 June 2014, 3:58 pm | Martin Doyle

The John Key Government is (and has been) extremely adept at locating compromising (to its opponents) material buried deeply in departmental files. The public service performs party service. More >>

Martin Doyle: Another Liu memory floats to the surface

Thursday, 19 June 2014, 5:22 pm | Martin Doyle

Although David Cunliffe's 11-year-old letter re Donghua Liu is not in itself a bombshell, it is Cunliffe's earlier denials of such material, and his subsequent response, that have rattled his leadership. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Please put a coin in my punchbowl

Tuesday, 17 June 2014, 5:43 pm | Martin Doyle

Grant Dalton and the 'Rich boys' club' who sail in the America's Cup races need to learn that the public purse is not like a bottomless chest of booty to dip into at will. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Beam us up, Scotty

Monday, 16 June 2014, 5:08 pm | Martin Doyle

The reported atrocities and summary executions committed by ISIS in Iraq in the past few days have bleak similarities to the behaviour of the Nazis in the French town of Tulle in June 1944. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Harpoons through your heart

Wednesday, 11 June 2014, 3:06 pm | Martin Doyle

So many horrible decisions are made by our leaders that you have to wonder if they're not in fact having some kind of competition to out-Herod each other. More >>

Martin Doyle cartoon: Kiwis prepare for Elective surgery

Tuesday, 10 June 2014, 1:46 pm | Martin Doyle

The Kiwi milieu is not ideal for political discourse at the best of times. But with the England rugby team touring, and the World Cup kicking off in Brazil shortly, sports-mad Kiwis will have a lot of other things on our little minds apart from the ... More >>



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