Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Greens hope to capitalise on Labor revival

Tony Moore The Greens hope to piggy-back on Kevin Rudd's popularity in Queensland to win a crucial second Senate seat in Queensland and preserve the carbon pricing scheme.

Greens push for Medicare budget boost

Portrait of Queensland's first Greens Senator, Larissa Waters. Saturday 17th November 2012. Photograph by James Brickwood. SMH BUSINESS 121117

Tony Moore The Greens will push to restore the $664 million cut which Labor cut from the Medicare budget in this year's federal budget.

Public service job cuts continue with 30 more redundancies

Queensland government sheds 30 more public service jobs.

Tony Moore Queensland's public servants fear a second wave of retrenchments after confirmation that 30 positions were quietly abolished in the Environment Portfolio three weeks ago.

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LNP's Glasson yet to decide if he will recontest Griffith

Former AMA president Bill Glasson.

Tony Moore Bill Glasson is yet to decide whether he will recontest the seat of Griffith.

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Bob Katter names James Blundell among his Senate hopefuls

Bob Katter

Tony Moore The man who sang Way Out West could be Australia's most influential man, way down south after this year's federal election, if you are speaking Bob Katter's language.

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Powerhouse forum brings politics to the people

powerhouse forum

Tony Moore House of Power forum tackles everything from nuclear energy to airport noise.

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Great Barrier Reef trust promised by Coalition

Great Barrier Reef

Tony Moore The Coalition wants to set up a $40 million Reef Trust - jointly co-ordinated by Queensland and federal governments - to manage the Great Barrier Reef.

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Call for unemployed to get transport discounts

Brisbane bus

Tony Moore Queensland's two major political parties have rejected calls to offer the unemployed public transport concessions to help them find work.

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Lord Mayor Quirk talks up bikeways grand plan

Porsche’s $11,000 pushbike (Thumbnail)

Tony Moore Spending on Brisbane bikeways will increase to $120 million over the next four years, Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has pledged as part of his re-election bid.