Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore The family of an 18-year-old woman released after spending three years with 24 hour a day care at the Barrett Adolescent Centre at Wacol want an urgent public inquiry into the reasons she committed...
Tony Moore Queensland Health staff will this week begin the move into Queensland's newest public hospital, the $1.5 billion Lady Cilento Children's Hospital at South Brisbane.
Tony Moore Woman, 18, committed suicide within months of leaving 24-hour care.
Tony Moore An online petition calling for a formal Commission of Inquiry into the handling of the closure of the Barrett Adolescent Psychiatric Centre at Wacol has this morning been set up by a former worker.
Tony Moore Health Minister Lawrence Springborg says it will take eight months to finalise where Barrett Adolescent Centre patients will go when the mental health facility shuts down next year.
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.
Tony Moore Close to 2000 Transport and Main Roads staff will have a restless weekend after finding out they will be told by telephone on Tuesday – the day of the Queensland budget – whether they still have a...
Tony Moore Queensland's health services are under massive pressure statewide as health districts make tough decisions to close services and cut staff to meet budget fund reductions.
Tony Moore The six Queensland councils removing fluoride from drinking water are “making a terrible mistake”, according to the state's highest-profile dentist - Education Minister John-Paul...
Tony Moore Queensland Health’s decision to axe 32 jobs from a Brisbane sex health clinic will see the rate of sexually transmitted diseases increase, an experienced sex health nurse said yesterday.
Tony Moore System failings have meant 10 patients at Princess Alexandra Hospital's mental health unit have walked to a nearby “suicide hotspot" and taken their lives when they were supposed to be closely...
Tony Moore Despite Queensland Health deciding to "contribute money to build suicide prevention barriers" at a known suicide hot spot near a Brisbane hospital nine years ago, no work has been done.