Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Card sharks, cheating and casinos: the public servant remembers

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?

Queensland CSIRO staff to protest scientific brain drain

CSIRO Staff Association fears up to 100 Queensland jobs will go as a result of nation-wide cuts.

Tony Moore Up to 100 CSIRO jobs could go in Queensland from the 700 to be lost Australia-wide, the CSIRO's Staff Association said Tuesday mornings.

UQ Ipswich university campus at half capacity

Tony Moore The University of Queensland has a capacity of 3300 students, but had only 1397 enrolled students in 2013.

UQ to sell its Ipswich campus

USQ is set to take over UQ's Ipswich campus.

Tony Moore One of Queensland's most prestigious universities plans to sell its Ipswich campus to one of its university competitors.

Earthquakes felt near proposed dam sites

earthquake

Tony Moore Regular small to medium-sized earthquakes have been recorded close to where the Queensland Government is considering building eight new dams in Southeast Queensland.

CSIRO cuts to hit alternative fuel research

biofuel

Tony Moore Research in geothermal energy, carbon capture and biofuels take brunt.

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Children's hospital CEO Peter Steer resigns

Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital CEO Peter Steer will take up a position in London.

Tony Moore Children’s Hospital boss to take up position at leading London children’s hospital.

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.

Brisbane trams investigated by Newman in 2007

Brisbane has flirted with a return to light rail several times in recent years.

Tony Moore Queensland's premier Campbell Newman had Brisbane City Council investigate the viability of returning trams to Brisbane's streets in 2007 when he was Brisbane's lord mayor.

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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.

Sibelco's influence on sand mining policy should go to CMC: Barrister

Stradbroke Sand miners Sibelco's dealings with the LNP Government should be scrutinised, a prominent lawyer has argued.

Tony Moore Mining company Sibelco’s dealings with the Newman Government should be subject to the same CMC scrutiny as allegations against Clive Palmer, a prominent Queensland barrister says.

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Fewer women studying medicine

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Tony Moore There has been a sharp drop in the number of women accepted into the School of Medicine at the University of Queensland, latest research in the Medical Journal of Australia shows.

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UQ medical school looks to even gender balance

Tony Moore The University of Queensland medical school may change its medical exam weighting for graduates after research showed it may be unnecessarily favouring men over women as future doctors.

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Mongols bikies scope out Gold Coast for new club

Patched Mogols bikie gang members from France and Australia.

Tony Moore and Marissa Calligeros A member of a violent US-based motorcycle gang is eyeing off new territory for the club on the Gold Coast.

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Hendra trial for humans to start in 2014

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg inspects Hendra virus antibody production at University of Queenslamd research labs.

Tony Moore The world's first trials on humans of the antibody that neutralizes Hendra virus will begin at the University of Queensland early in 2014.

Generating interest, and plenty of power

Solar Panel

Tony Moore A Kallangur man who installed 42 solar panels on the roof of his house now receives $1500 a quarter through selling his surplus energy to the state government.

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Reveal bus services changes, transport minister told

Brisbane bus routes are under the microscope.

Tony Moore and Katherine Feeney Pressure is mounting on the Transport Minister Scott Emerson to announce changes to southeast Queensland's busways before the university semester begins.

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Victoria Bridge our 'weakest link', say transport experts

Victoria Bridge

Tony Moore Four more public transport figures have backed calls for cars - and in some cases buses - to be banned Brisbane's Victoria Bridge.

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Ban cars from Victoria Bridge: experts

Buses

Tony Moore Cars should be banned immediately from Brisbane's Victoria Street Bridge and buses should use all the lanes, public transport specialists say.

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Car ban a bridge too far

Tony Moore Neither the state government nor Brisbane City Council plan to ban cars from Victoria Bridge, despite expert opinion it would help ease the build-up of buses in the area.

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