Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

East Brisbane homes resumed in Lytton Road upgrade

Tony Moore Bottlenecked Lytton Road widened to six lanes by 2020.

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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Brisbane's car park gold mines revealed

Brisbane City Council expects to receive $20.89 million from parking meters and $27.9 million from parking fines in 2014-15.

Tony Moore Figures reveal Brisbane's parking revenue hotspots, with the council set to rake in $48 million from parking meters and fines in the next year.

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New twist on car pooling could save $100 a week

CommuterXpress carpooler Mark Vaney with Brisbane's deputy mayor, Cr Adrian Schrinner.

Tony Moore Car pooling is back, but with a difference.

Parking inquiry targets schools, homes, shopping centres

Tony Moore Brisbane City Council has decided to run an open slather inquiry into the vexed question of parking in Brisbane.

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Margaret Street buildings likely to be demolished

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Tony Moore Brisbane City Council will likely approve the demolition of three 100-year-old brick buildings in Margaret Street and let a dog park be built prior to the G20 conference.

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Paid parking scheme can be challenged: Lucas

Parking meter.

Tony Moore Labor's plan to challenge Westfield's paid parking scheme is legally possible, but would open the door to costly compensation and could cause lengthy delays, advice provided to Attorney-General Paul...

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Brisbane parks to go wireless

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Tony Moore Free wi-fi will be rolled out in more Brisbane City Council parks in one of the only real surprises in Lord Mayor Graham Quirk's first budget.

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Quirk refuses to address rising rates

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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Friday 27th January, 2012.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk talks to the media about the installation of back-flow valves to prevent storm water drain flooding in New Farm.

Tony Moore Lord Mayor Graham Quirk has refused to address predicted rates rises in the upcoming budget despite reports this year's rates hike could be three times higher than last year.

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