Tony Moore

Tony Moore

Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.

Fire hydrant covered by dirt

Tony Moore Fire crews couldn’t immediately find a hydrant because it was covered with dirt near an Ipswich home that was gutted on Monday.

Belvedere building to be bulldozed after fire

The heritage-listed Belvedere building burns at South Brisbane.

Marissa Calligeros and Tony Moore The historic Belvedere home in South Brisbane has been destroyed by fire.

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Heritage trails step into history of Brisbane suburbs

Brisbane's Albion Hotel, circa 1866.

Tony Moore New heritage trails through Albion, Indooroopilly and Ascot released.

New Brisbane suburb: More koalas to die on road

Koala deaths are expected to increase if plans for a major new suburb in Brisbane's west go ahead.

Tony Moore Brisbane’s new super-suburb between The Gap and Upper Kedron will increase “koala strike” on Mt Nebo Road, its own planning documents reveal.

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City Hall restoration wins conservation award

Rejuvenation work underway at City Hall.

Tony Moore $220m City Hall restoration takes out top conservation prize.

Brisbane gives Expo 2020 guests emergency clues

Dubai will host World Expo 2020.

Tony Moore Brisbane hosted World Expo 88 more than a quarter of a century ago and today Brisbane is playing a role in the future World Expo 2020.

Gravel delayed firefighters: Paul Tully

Tony Moore An Ipswich house fire raged for almost five minutes as firefighters searched for a hydrant that was covered with gravel, according to a local councillor who witnessed the blaze on Monday.

Rising land costs pushing boarding homes into the suburbs

Boarding homes in Brisbane city are continuing to move to the suburbs

Tony Moore The gentrification of inner-city Brisbane has shrunk the number of private boarding homes by up to three-quarters, one long-term, private boarding home owner has said.

Queensland prisons hold record number of criminals

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Tony Moore The Queensland Government's tough on crime approach has put an extra 832 people in prison since June 2012 at a cost to taxpayers of an extra $96.72 million a year.

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Wrong men convicted of infamous nightclub arson?

The aftermath of the Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing.

Tony Moore Until the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, this Fortitude Valley street corner was the site of Australia's worst mass murder, the March 8, 1973 Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing.

Airport Link awaiting safety green light

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Tony Moore Brisbane’s Airport Link tunnel will not open tonight, tunnel operators Brisconnections confirmed this afternoon.

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Wiped off the map, Mutchilba fights back

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Tony Moore One of Queensland's best little mango towns is fighting to puts its name back on the map after its residents last week learned their town did not technically exist.

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