We've been messing around with Google Earth, trying to make our latest scoop about parking tickets look a bit more visually exciting.
Local authorities are raising huge sums of money from parking fines - some have generated more than £1m of fines from a single street. Extraordinary. Outrageous. But not much to look at.
Google Earth is a great way to make this kind of geographical info more attractive to surf through. It's already used quite a lot on telly - a quick swoop above Iraq on Google Earth is much cheaper than hiring a helicopter and heading out to the Middle East.
But it's also an easy way to make an interactive map. We produce a little file with all the co-ordinates in it, and anyone with Google Earth an upload it.
So we've produced a Google Earth 'layer' with all the parking ticket hotspot on it, shown as little red cars. Have a look here to download the instructions on how to do view it.
Or if you're already a Google Earth expert, download the .kmz file from here.