Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Bonded Stores: Queensland Heritage Council members to sit out vote

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Tony Moore Two Queensland Heritage Council members have declared conflicts of interest and will not vote on whether to add Margaret Street’s historic Bonded Stores Buildings to the Queensland Heritage Register.

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Fearless or foolhardy? A Queenslander's journey to Fukushima

Inside Fukushima's nuclear exclusion zone.

Tony Moore It is the extreme quiet inside the 30-kilometre exclusion zone around the world's second-worst nuclear disaster that is the most worrying.

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Reveal bus services changes, transport minister told

Brisbane bus routes are under the microscope.

Tony Moore and Katherine Feeney Pressure is mounting on the Transport Minister Scott Emerson to announce changes to southeast Queensland's busways before the university semester begins.

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Heritage watchdog gets new members

Heritage Hotel, Rockhampton.

Tony Moore Queensland's Heritage Council has four new members in what Environment Minister Andrew Powell describes as a "revitalisation" of Queensland's 11-person heritage watchdog.

Crop damage hits hip pocket and stomach

Floodwater inundates cotton crops around the northern NSW town of Moree after days of heavy rain in the region. NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell and Deputy Premier Andrew Stoner visited the flood affected area to assess the extent of the damage and speak with residents.
3rd February 2011
Photo: Wolter Peeters

Tony Moore Queensland's flood has left farmers with a devastating damage bill and consumers with a potential food shortage.

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Wrong men convicted of infamous nightclub arson?

The aftermath of the Whiskey Au Go Go firebombing.

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.

Rudd denies kingmaker's role

Kevin Rudd

Tony Moore Former prime minister Kevin Rudd "would have sealed the deal" with new Speaker of the Federal Parliament Peter Slipper, according to Queensland Liberal National Party president Bruce McIver.

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