Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Tewantin police shooting: Children to be interviewed

Queensland police

Tony Moore Man allegedly rushed at officers with a weapon before shooting.

Labor claims wait list 'merry-go-round'

Labor health spokeswoman Jo-Ann Miller.

Tony Moore Health Minister Lawrence Springborg's hospital waiting list guarantee was a "merry-go-around" for patients, Opposition health spokeswoman Jo Ann Miller said.

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Police shoot 51-year-old man at Tewantin

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Tony Moore A man has died after being shot by police in Tewantin on the Sunshine Coast on Sunday afternoon.

Toowong ABC studios demolition starts Thursday

Tony Moore Demolition of the famous old ABC buildings at riverside Toowong begins Thursday morning.

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Breast milk concerns raised for prison-born babies

Tony Moore The distraught mother of a baby born 16 days ago in prison has been separated from her son and is being cared for by Queensland Health, authorities say.

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'Metro North Health execs - I am watching you': Springborg

Tony Moore Health Minister Lawrence Springborg is "watching" the performance of senior health executives in Brisbane's Metro North Health region after several senior staff resigned, he said on Tuesday.

CCC says no inquiry into 2012 $91,000 Sibelco sandmining ads

The CCC will not investigate a Quandamooka complaint about Stradbroke Island sandmining advertising and the Ashgrove electorate.

Tony Moore The Queensland government's new corruption body has told Stradbroke Island people it will not investigate $91,000 of sandmining company advertising in the Ashgrove electorate in the 2012 state...

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Adani coal project at heart of Galilee plans

Indian company Adani wants to build one of the country's biggest coal mines in the Galilee Basin.

Tony Moore Talks at G20 instrumental in providing certainty to project.

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G20 Brisbane: Colour no longer divides summit city

President of the USA Barack Obama, featured in front of Brisbane's Victoria Bridge.

Tony Moore US President Barack Obama's short trip from the Brisbane CBD to South Brisbane during the G20 summit would leave US five-star general Douglas MacArthur "turning in his grave'', according to prominent...

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People's Summit a smorgasbord of food for thought

Kevin Dunn and Kerri Austin at the West End Uniting Church for the People's Summit.

Tony Moore The G20 People's Summit gets under way on Wednesday, November 12, with a full program comprising 20 events at five locations around Brisbane.

20 cancer cases close to two Brisbane asbestos factories: expert

Tony Moore Eight men who lived within 1.5 kilometres of the old asbestos factory in Gaythorne have contracted the asbestos-related disease, mesothelioma, since 1982, Queensland Health has confirmed.

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Queensland arts growth proves Wayne Goss' international legacy

Former Queensland Premier Wayne Goss died at home on Monday.

Tony Moore The decriminalisation of homosexuality, ridding Queensland of the "gerrymander" and re-shaping Queensland's public service were clear legacies of Wayne Goss, as Queensland premier.

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G20 Brisbane: Second 'political' billboard banned by Brisbane Airport

C20 advertisement which was rejected from appearing at Brisbane Airport.

Tony Moore A second anti G20 billboard – and possibly a third advertisement - has been banned at Brisbane Airport for being too political in the lead up to the G20 leader's summit in Brisbane in...

Brisbane buses: Call for CityGlider in Centenary suburbs

A new CityGlider service is proposed for the city's south-west.

Tony Moore Search through lobby group's recommendations for new services across city.

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Scrap the Great Circle bus line and begin again: expert

Running empty without passengers is a one-in-four experience for Brisbane bus drivers.

Tony Moore Brisbane's Great Circle Line bus route – which slowly crawls around the shopping centres of Brisbane over three hours – has had its day and should be scrapped, an urban transport expert...

Queensland Health defends IT equipment at Lady Cilento

Intensive care unit monitor.

Tony Moore New information technology equipment at the new $1.5 billion Lady Cilento Hospital at South Brisbane may not be fully operating when the new children's hospital opens in three weeks, according to...

Government asked to protect 300 rail jobs in lease deal

Ipswich Mayor Paul Pisasale.

Tony Moore Up to 300 of the remaining 400 rail jobs at Ipswich's Redbank railway workshops will be lost if the next round of a state government contract to service trains is not done in Redbank, the city's...

Ease of travel means anarchist Black Bloc could protest G20: expert

Protesters linked to the Black Bloc movement targeted the G20 summit in Toronto in 2010.

Tony Moore The high-profile Black Bloc anarchist protest group is likely to be in Brisbane for November's G20 Leaders' Summit, a researcher into previous G20 summits.

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South Bank business 'wary and nervous' as G20 nears

Dale Wood from the Treehouse Cafe.

Tony Moore South Bank businesses have low expectations from G20 and many will open with skeleton staff because they have been told to open by the South Bank Corporation.

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King George Square - the top 10 users revealed

A desolate King George Square.

Tony Moore Brisbane City Council raised just $107,754 from renting out King George Square in 2013-14 and the biggest payment came from Council themselves for hosting Brisbane Roar's tickertape parade in May...

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