Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

No Heiner trial for Goss ministers: Bleijie

Tony Moore Wayne Goss’ ministers will not have to stand trial to explain why they allowed evidence – sought by an Ipswich lawyer 24 years ago - to be shredded.

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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Gold, diamonds found in Queensland police raid

Gold

Tony Moore Police found more than 70 grams of gold and diamonds, plus methylamphetamines and cannabis when they raised a Greenbank property on Saturday.

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.

Card sharks, cheating and casinos: the public servant remembers

Sir Leo Hielscher alongside then-premier Anna Bligh.

Tony Moore Can you imagine the state’s under treasurer sitting in a dark room in Las Vegas being shown by card sharks how to cheat at gambling?

Silk Road accused Peter Nash claims he was bashed in Arthur Gorrie prison

Prison

Tony Moore Accused drug cartel go-between Peter Nash has now joined other prisoners who claim they were bashed by riot police during a May 5 protest at Wacol’s Arthur Gorrie prison after protest against...

Don't allow ambition to subvert personal integrity: Fitzgerald

Tim Carmody could be promoted to chief justice.

Amy Remeikis and Tony Moore Tony Fitzgerald has urged Tim Carmody, who served as the counsel assisting his corruption inquiry, to “not allow his ambition to subvert his personal integrity”.

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Queensland high security prisons 'beyond capacity'

The number of people in all Queensland's prisons has soared to 7141since the Queensland government changed.

Tony Moore All but two of Queensland’s 11 high security prisons are now filled “beyond capacity”.

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Your phone may replace your Go Card

Queensland Transport is looking at options to update the Go-Card.

Tony Moore Smart phone app might also be used as a debit card to buy food, drink and magazines.

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Woman dies in fatal crash on Gateway Motorway

Qld police

Tony Moore A person has been killed in a serious crash on the Gateway Motorway.

Brisbane students protest university fee hikes

Police move on UQ LNC members who tried to interrupt a protest in Brisbane's Queens Park against increasing university fees.

Tony Moore Around 500 students take to Brisbane streets to condemn funding changes.

City Hall restoration wins conservation award

Rejuvenation work underway at City Hall.

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

Bus hits pedestrian in Brisbane CBD: Council 'open to review' signals

A pedestrian has been hit by a bus in the Brisbane CBD.

Tony Moore and Kristian Silva Brisbane City Council will review pedestrian crossing signals if police deem timing was a factor behind a bus hitting a pedestrian in the CBD, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk says.

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.

Smoking protest prisoner bashed by guards after protest: report

Prisoners are protesting smoking bans in Queensland jails.

Tony Moore Prisoners at the Arthur Gorrie Correction Centre at Wacol were allegedly bashed to the ground in the cells after a smoking ban protest, according to a document obtained by Fairfax Media.

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.

Suicide bid after hospital snub

More than 600 complaints were made about mental health services in Queensland between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2012.

Tony Moore Girl tries to kill herself after hospital staff told her to go home.

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CityCats and ferries commandeered to recover bodies

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Tony Moore Water police are being forced to commandeer Brisbane City Council's ferries and CityCats to collect bodies from the water under the Story Bridge because they have no boats on weekends.

Police Minister Jack Dempsey orders probe into bridge suicide victims

Tony Moore Police Minister Jack Dempsey this morning asked Police Commissioner Ian Stewart to investigate complaints of Queensland Water Police delays in recovering bodies under the Story Bridge.

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.