Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is at risk after the decision by the Queensland government to improve the construction of the world’s largest coal port.
The proposed industrial development of shipping ports near the marine park will require harmful dredging and then the dumping of the waste back onto the reef area.
In response to an update on the APH Register of Members Interests, I thought I’d have a little dig around the personal lives of our Federal Politicians. Turns out, a lot of them boast a pretty impressive property portfolio.
If you are young and trying to enter the property market, this should thoroughly piss you off…
Source: APH Register of…
Fairfax’s BRW Rich List, which ranks Australia’s wealthiest people has always been eagerly awaited. Pored over by everyone from budding entrepreneurs,financial advisors to competitive millionaires who want to see how they rank.
In this infographic for Crikey, I’ve looked over the most recent set of data and turned it into an infographic to help you process where all the billions have been…
As we draw to the conclusion of the World Cup in Brazil, the country will be left with the clean up bill long after the memories of the team performance fades.
As it turns out, Brazil has spared no expense in hosting this years festival of fun, colour and celebration of the world game.
Here is my infographic which first featured on Crikey, detailing some of the figures in this year’s world cup:
Often, infographics work to explain complicated issues or concepts in a visually understandable format.
In this case, in conjunction with Crikey, I have a look at the balance of power in the Australian senate:
The first infographic explains the situation, and the second (scroll down) is a game I developed where you print, cut and pin the crossbenchers to help understand what bills are likely to…
“I think the Tour de France has to be the pinnacle of our cycling calander and naturally it becomes the most sought-after victory, to be able to go for the yellow jersey every year.” – Chris Froome, after his General Classification victory in last year’s tour.
The 101st edition of the race is set to be one of the most intriguing in recent history, with the Grande Depart to be held in Great…
After 48 matches across 12 stadiums involving 32 national teams, the knock-out stage of the FIFA World Cup 2014 is set to begin. Using the latest betting markets based on recent team performance, the calculated odds of each team progressing through to the World Cup final have been measured to reach the most possible outcome.
But as we found out with my previous World Cup Predictions Infographic
How many players from each club are at the World Cup?
For most soccer players, there isn’t a greater honour than being selected to play for your national team at the World Cup.
But after the glamour and excitement of Brazil, majority of the players will return to Europe once again to represent their clubs when the league season starts up again.
But which club is most represented at Brazil…
First published on Crikey.
With its tightening of the Youth Allowance and funding cuts to universities, the Abbott government seems intent on making life a lot harder for young people.
As we prepare to bid farewell 12 Senators from the upper house on June 30, we thought we’d take a quick demographic snapshot of the Australian Parliament to find out who exactly is running the country. This shows…
Following the World Cup Finals draw, Bloomberg’s BSports gave each team a distinctive rating, and then simulated each match of the tournament over 100,000 times in order to provide an accurate projection for every potential outcome of the World Cup. The simulation eliminates ambiguity and provides an accurate projection as a result of its large sample size.
The results provide a purely…
One month out from the World Cup in Brazil, I thought I would have a look at what teams are predicted to do well, and produce a visualized simulation from the data I received from Bloomberg’s latest statistical predictions.
Following the World Cup Finals draw, Bloomberg’s BSportsgave each team a distinctive rating, and then simulated each match of the tournament over 100,000 times in order to…
Its been widely reported that this year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi has been the most expensive on record. A staggering $51 billion (US) has reportedly gone into the making of the games, including upgraded transport, hotels and infrastructure for the events. The Russian’s original budget of $12 billion dwarfs the actual cost of the games, more than 4 times over what they had originally planned to spend.