Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore Former Brisbane investigator, weapons trainer and now security consultant, John Ryan was about to drive Barbara McCulkin to a safehouse near Glen Innes the day she disappeared in January 1974.
Tony Moore A man was allegedly tasered and beaten unconcious by three men with Bandidos links in a "get square" attack iin suburban Brisbane.
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.
Tony Moore New heritage trails through Albion, Indooroopilly and Ascot released.
Tony Moore Battlers in Brisbane's inner-city boarding houses are now paying more rent than those living in government-subsidised crisis housing.
Tony Moore The gentrification of inner-city Brisbane has shrunk the number of private boarding homes by up to three-quarters, one long-term, private boarding home owner has said.
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.
Tony Moore The Brisbane of 2031 is predicted and planned for in the new draft City Plan.
Tony Moore Brisbane's Brunswick Street Mall could be re-opened to day traffic by June, according to Fortitude Valley's main business group.
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 Brisbane's grunge centre of the 1980s and 1990s – Fortitude Valley's Brunswick Street Mall – is set to get a $4 million makeover that will shake off its shabby image.
Tony Moore Brisbane’s lord mayor Graham Quirk this morning unveils plans for a $4 million revamp of the Fortitude Valley Mall.
Tony Moore Talks are underway for a new live theatre venue in Fortitude Valley.
Tony Moore Transport Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk has today poured cold water on Brisbane City Council’s ambitious plans to build a second 'green bridge' to ease congestion.
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.