Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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Lockyer Valley fire ants worry Brisbane Markets boss

Tony Moore Fire ants, which destroy table vegetables, are nesting within one kilometre of Rocklea's Brisbane Markets, but it's the discovery of the pest in the Lockyer Valley which is causing the most concern.

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Queensland's Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles seeks advice over testing chemical weapons site

Qld Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles is dodging questions regarding testing of the site.

Tony Moore Queensland's Environment Minister Dr Steven Miles is seeking advice for tests in a marine park off Cape Moreton on the impact of 8000 tonnes of chemical weapons still laying on the seabed since 1945.

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Conservation group calls on Minister Dr Steven Miles to test WWII mustard gas dumping

Dr Steven Miles, Minister for Environment.

Tony Moore Qld's environment department will be asked to investigate impact of chemical weapons dumped close to the Cape Moreton Marine Park.

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WWII mustard gas dumped off Cape Moreton

It remains unclear if any biological tests have ever been conducted

Tony Moore Risk unclear as 8000 tonnes of mustard gas shells, bombs, munitions and grenades lay in sea grave.

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Fire ants threaten Southeast Queensland's $230 million Lockyer Valley region

Tony Moore Destructive fire ants threaten SEQ's $230m Lockyer Valley food bowl.

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The heart of Brisbane's Greek community will be demolished for units

Hellenic House at West End is to be demolished. In front are Emmanuel Stergakis, George Adamopolous and Jack Conias.

Tony Moore The heart and soul of Brisbane's original Greek community – Hellenic House at South Brisbane – with its Parthenon-style columns – is going to be demolished for a $40 million block...

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Queensland's second oldest building enters international cyber ark for heritage protection

The Commissariat Store, Brisbane, Queens Wharf Road side.

Tony Moore Queensland's second-oldest building has been scanned in 3-D by a mobile laser device and added to a free heritage library that includes Pompeii and Mt Rushmore.

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Queensland delivers on Hinkler memorial promise

Kevin Lindeberg with the basalt boulder on Mon Repos Beach. Photo: Supplied

Tony Moore Queensland has finally delivered an Italian love story from Bundaberg's Mon Repos beach to Italy's Mt Pratomagno.

Political proficiency plummets in Queensland youth, except for girls: survey

Young girls are the only shining light. Environmental and human rights issues are important for them.

Tony Moore Young people in 2013 were losing interest in becoming part of their community, taking part in a protest rally, signing a petition, organising a campaign or joining a political party or a union,...

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Queensland Government orders investigation of jobs on Bombardier consortium project

There are no details of other staff in the design phase of the project.

Tony Moore Qld's new trains designer rejects claims it favours employing Indians on $4.4b project.

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Brisbane honours its Anzac diggers with tribute on bus and CityCat

Tony Moore and Elizabeth Andal Their families call them Jim and Alex from Toowong.

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Work on Commonwealth Games venue begins at Carrara

Work has begun on the Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre.

Tony Moore Work began on Thursday on the first of four major 2018 Commonwealth Games sports facilities to be built at Carrara over the next two years on the Gold Coast at a total cost of $122 million.

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Gold Coast highlights skyscraper zones in new City Plan

Gold Coast mayor Tom Tate says the city's 2015 city plan represented 20 months of work.

Tony Moore The Gold Coast has set aside "go zones" for new skyscrapers in the centre of the Gold Coast and "no go zones" to protect parkland in the revamp of its 2015 City Plan.

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Local employment issues questioned at Qld's massive rail building project

Train designer Luis Ordonez.

Tony Moore Queensland's largest train building project – the $4.4 billion New Generation Rolling Stock Project - has been accused of favouring imported Indian workers over skilled Australian workers.

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Victoria Barracks damage rattles National Trust

Victoria Barracks and the damage caused by storms in November.

Tony Moore Claims of neglect are rising up around a historically significant Brisbane city site damaged by hail last November.

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Queens Wharf development to be shopping heaven: casino bid firm

Artist impressions of the proposed Destination Brisbane Consortium.

Tony Moore More details revealed about the biggest Brisbane project in a generation.

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National Trust accuses defence chiefs of letting heritage site fall into disrepair

The National Trust are worried the Defence Department are ignoring the damage.

Tony Moore Did the Defence Dept deliberately allow famous Brisbane military heritage site to fall into disrepair?

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Anzac Cove visitors begin their 2015 Gallipoli pilgrimage

Australian Army Anzac Digger Hat with Badge

Tony Moore Petrie's Jan Roberts was only young when her father, a Gallipoli veteran, died.

Annastacia Palaszczuk still has my support on Billy Gordon: Peter Wellington

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Queensland Speaker Peter Wellington.

Tony Moore Speaker Peter Wellington shares his view on Gordon sacking as govt sits on knife-edge.

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AgForce wants in on biosecurity review after banana outbreak

The Panama TR4 disease could have a devastating impact on the Queensland banana industry

Tony Moore Departmental staff cuts by Newman to come under spotlight.