Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore The South Bank Corporation will be forced to pay more than $800,000 in "rates" on its riverside land for the first time after an historic agreement was approved by Brisbane City Council last night.
Tony Moore Tackling organised crime in Queensland - including taskforces similar to the pre-Christmas raid on customs and airline officers in Sydney - now falls under Queensland's new deputy police...
Tony Moore Former prime minister Kevin Rudd's Griffith opponent has weighed into his 2013 election T-shirt competition, suggesting it should say "Where's Kevin?".
Tony Moore When Clive Palmer invoked the ghosts of the United Australia Party at a media conference on Thursday afternoon, it is not clear that he knew the ghost he was invoking.
Tony Moore The man pushed aside to make room for troubled LNP figure Michael Caltabiano will announce a revised business case for Queensland's $1.5 billion Second Range Crossing project next month.
Tony Moore Doubts have been raised over the ability of the state government's 700-strong Shared Services team to assess each sacked public servant's pay-outs.
Tony Moore Brisbanetimes.com.au approached several of Labor’s former MPs to guage their reaction to their new lives four months after their savage election loss. One obliged.
Tony Moore Twenty-four flooded homes have been bought by Brisbane City Council in 2011-12 under its flood buy-back scheme, eight fewer than predicted.
Tony Moore A region made "sacred by courage and loss'' has marked the first anniversary of the January floods with an emotional ceremony at centre of the Lockyer Vallery.
Tony Moore Brisbane City Council has unanimously backed a feasibility study into Lord Mayor Graham Quirk's green bridge proposal to combat congestion in the CBD.
Tony Moore The LNP-led Brisbane City Council has temporarily pulled the plug on a renewable energy project and blamed the decision on the price doubts caused by federal Labor's carbon tax scheme.
Tony Moore After two years, the state government and Brisbane City Council are still at loggerheads over a "buffer zone" between a waste incinerator and 1000 new homes in Brisbane's west.
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...
Tony Moore LNP leader Campbell Newman has called the ALP "hypocrites" for concentrating on controversial rape comments made by his candidate for Cairns in 2008.
Tony Moore Manpreet Kraut's smile is Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk's secret weapon to attract thousands of new visitors and investors to the city.
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.
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.
Tony Moore Brisbane Lord Mayor Campbell Newman has won LNP endorsement to stand in the seat of Ashgrove at the next state election.