Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Victoria Cross recipient Ben Roberts-Smith inspires students

Tony Moore It is not often a group of Queensland school students get to question a Victoria Cross recipient – or a 17-year-old cystic fibrosis survivor – about the very decisions that changed and...

Tewantin police shooting: Children to be interviewed

Queensland police

Tony Moore Man allegedly rushed at officers with a weapon before shooting.

Police shoot 51-year-old man at Tewantin

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Tony Moore A man has died after being shot by police in Tewantin on the Sunshine Coast on Sunday afternoon.

G20 Brisbane: Colour no longer divides summit city

President of the USA Barack Obama, featured in front of Brisbane's Victoria Bridge.

Tony Moore US President Barack Obama's short trip from the Brisbane CBD to South Brisbane during the G20 summit would leave US five-star general Douglas MacArthur "turning in his grave'', according to prominent...

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Queensland arts growth proves Wayne Goss' international legacy

Former Queensland Premier Wayne Goss died at home on Monday.

Tony Moore The decriminalisation of homosexuality, ridding Queensland of the "gerrymander" and re-shaping Queensland's public service were clear legacies of Wayne Goss, as Queensland premier.

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Ease of travel means anarchist Black Bloc could protest G20: expert

Protesters linked to the Black Bloc movement targeted the G20 summit in Toronto in 2010.

Tony Moore The high-profile Black Bloc anarchist protest group is likely to be in Brisbane for November's G20 Leaders' Summit, a researcher into previous G20 summits.

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South Bank business 'wary and nervous' as G20 nears

Dale Wood from the Treehouse Cafe.

Tony Moore South Bank businesses have low expectations from G20 and many will open with skeleton staff because they have been told to open by the South Bank Corporation.

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Magic ends for Brisbane's best-kept indigenous secret

Echidna Cafe at the top of Mount Gravatt.

Tony Moore They were still serving lunch at the Echidna Magic cafe on top of Brisbane's Mount Gravatt Lookout on Wednesday, but Tuesday night's Brisbane City Council meeting has ended the magic for its cafe...

City police tags show new layer of G20 security

Police stickers over Adelaide Street utility access points.

Tony Moore City workers, look down as you walk along Adelaide Street.

G20 Brisbane: first two protesters banned

Protesters linked to the Black Bloc movement targeted the G20 summit in Toronto in 2010.

Tony Moore The first two protesters banned from Brisbane's G20 will be identified in the next fortnight, Queensland Police's Assistant Commissioner Katarina Carroll told reporters in Brisbane Tuesday afternoon.

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Ebola scare: Patient with fever isolated at Brisbane hospital

Queensland Chief Health Officer Jeanette Young.

Tony Moore and Ron Goodman A patient with a fever who recently traveled in West Africa has been isolated at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.

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G20 Brisbane: Patriot games over Brisbane for Black Hawks

Black Hawk crew member ready for action.

Tony Moore The two Army Black Hawk helicopters carried the names Patriot and Viper and - just for one day - they carried two teams of journalists and photographers low over inner-city Brisbane.

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Ammonium nitrate still at truck crash scene: explosives examiners

The scene of the truck explosion on the Mitchell Highway.

Tony Moore Ammonium nitrate remains at the Mitchell Highway explosion scene – where a B-Double exploded near Charleville on Friday night – and the scene is now under the control of the Department of...

Meet Uzii Akbar: Hussey fan, Muslim Imam

Imaan Uzii Akbar speaking to visitors to the Holland Park mosque on September 19.

Tony Moore He loves golf and soccer, but his favourite sportsman is cricketer David Hussey. Meet Imam Uzii Akbar.

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Queensland 'Open Mosque Day' to better understanding of Islam

The Islamic mosque at Holland Park.

Tony Moore Queensland's Islamic community will today announce an annual Queensland Mosque Day from 2015 to encourage people to learn about Muslim faith, rather than seeing it through the biased eyes of...

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What is Jabhat al-Nusra?

Islam

Tony Moore The terrorism group, Jabhat al-Nusra, which has come to the attention of Queenslanders in the past week is directly linked to al-Qaeda.

Detour trucks around Mater Hospital to save lives: scientist

Mater Hospital scientist Sagie Pillai.

Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Brisbane City Council and state government planning authorities will have blood on their hands if quick steps are not taken to remove heavy vehicles from Stanley Street near the Mater Hospital, a...

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Gold Coast mosque application: Council taking legal advice

A small group of protesters oppose a proposed mosque
in Currumbin.

Tony Moore The application for a mosque at Currumbin Waters has been rejected by the Gold Coast City Council in a margin of 10 votes to five.

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Cyclist death prompts calls for Gabba to Goodwill Bridge bike lane

Cycle groups call for an uninterrupted bike lane from the Gabba to the Goodwill Bridge.

Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Leading cycling groups say the tragic death of a young cyclist has highlighted the immediate need for an uninterrupted, designated bike lane from the Gabba to the Goodwill Bridge.

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Council warned of Annerley Road bike danger zone before fatal crash

The scene of a fatal crash between a cyclist and a truck at the corner of Stanley Street and Annerley Road in South Brisbane.

Tony Moore Brisbane City Council has been warned numerous times about a cycling danger zone where a rider died on Thursday morning.

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