Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore The lack of hotel rooms in Brisbane is costing the city 87,000 visitors each year and depriving the local economy of $106 million annually, new research reveals.
Tony Moore Another bout of heavy rain could cut Brisbane's water supply, a respected water ecologist warns.
Tony Moore Brisbane's traditional suburban backyard could face a slow death under Brisbane City Council's new draft City Plan, according to Council Opposition Leader Cr Milton Dick.
Tony Moore The Brisbane of 2031 is predicted and planned for in the new draft City Plan.
Tony Moore A three-month trial of cheaper CityCycle subscriptions and free helmets shows the scheme is "plagued by waste, abysmal usage figures and helmet problems'', according to Brisbane Lord Mayoral...
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 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.
Tony Moore Brisbane, are you putting out the rubbish tonight?
Tony Moore A $4.7 billion plan for an inland freight rail line from Melbourne to Brisbane via Parkes and Toowoomba will push aside Brisbane’s Cross River Rail project, Shadow Infrastructure Minister Warren...
Tony Moore Labor called it "plonkism", but Brisbane's City Council's Liberal National Party administration on Tuesday approved the Queensland government's 45-storey William Street development.
Tony Moore Elite all-boys private school Brisbane Grammar School remains the institution with the highest percentage 1-5 OP results in the state, results released on Friday show.
Tony Moore A 28-year-old patient at Princess Alexandra Hospital's mental health unit had been drinking three bottles of vodka a day inside the centre – without being stopped by staff – in the...
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.
Tony Moore The Queensland Nurses Union will urgently write to Queensland Health today seeking urgent talks over statewide nurse safety after two chilling abduction attempts near Princess Alexandra Hospital over...
Tony Moore Until the 1996 Port Arthur massacre, this Fortitude Valley street corner was the site of Australia's worst mass murder, the March 8, 1973 Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing.
Tony Moore Queensland nurses have applauded a move by a private company operating car parks at Brisbane's inner-city hospitals to provide cheap, safe parking for nurses following a chilling abduction attempt on...
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 Brisbane City Council wants to make the take-offs at Brisbane Airport steeper and ask carriers to bear the extra fuel costs of about $1 million a year.
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.