Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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

Brisbane G20: Am I not pretty enough?

Tony Moore The jacarandas are blooming, Brisbane's homeless know the G20 is upon them and the city's eyesores have been identified as next month's conference is only weeks away.

Riverfront land sale begins at South Brisbane

Artist's impression of the newlook Kurilpa precinct.

Tony Moore The first of the three large industrial businesses remaining on the riverfront at South Brisbane, where Brisbane's new city heart is being planned, has finally put their business on the market.

Rocket Rod signs up for Brisbane International honour

Tony Moore The Rockhampton Rocket - Rod Laver - has given the go ahead to having the footbridge at Yeerongpilly across to the new Queensland Tennis Centre named in his honour.

Yasi damage will help design cyclone-tough homes

Fewer cyclones than usual are expected for the 2014-15 season.

Tony Moore More than 24,000 cyclone insurance claims for damaged homes in North Queensland will be tested over the next six months as James Cook University's Cyclone Testing Station tries to plan...

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Brisbane waterways in poor heath

Wivenhoe Dam overflow.

Tony Moore Brisbane, you have a drinking problem.

Metro North bureaucrat accused of hand picking promotion panel

Amy Remeikis and Tony Moore The man in charge of the state's largest hospital was stood down on Monday following accusations he hand-picked the panel who interviewed him for his promotion.

Could Queensland hospitals benefit from running own carparks?

Tony Moore Queensland Health should own and run the car parks at the state's hospitals to give it the opportunity to generate millions of dollars for hospitals, an Auditor General's report points out.

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Four senior health executives go from Brisbane health region

Health Minister Lawrence Springborg.

Tony Moore Four senior Queensland Health bureaucrats have resigned or been suspended in little over a month from the department's Metro North region.

Gold Coast road widened to four lanes by Christmas

Trucks make up 40 per cent of traffic on Stanmore Road.

Tony Moore An important Gold Coast freight road in the fast-growing area of Yatala should be widened to four lanes by Christmas, Gold Coast City Council said on Monday.

G20 Brisbane: Patriot games over Brisbane for Black Hawks

Black Hawk crew member ready for action.

Tony Moore The two Army Black Hawk helicopters carried the names Patriot and Viper and - just for one day - they carried two teams of journalists and photographers low over inner-city Brisbane.

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Heritage bridge may cause Lytton Road bottleneck

The heritage-listed Canning Bridge, over Norman Creek at East Brisbane.

Tony Moore Bridge to remain four lanes despite Lytton Road six-lane upgrade.

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East Brisbane homes resumed in Lytton Road upgrade

The proposed Lytton Road upgrade will require resumption of houses at East Brisbane.

Tony Moore Bottlenecked Lytton Road widened to six lanes by 2020.

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South Brisbane plan a 'fluffy cartoon': architects

The redevelopment of South Brisbane's Kurilpa Peninsula is set to include highrises and parkland.

Tony Moore Architects to ask council to redraft a "fluffy cartoon" plan to develop South Brisbane.

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South Brisbane makes way for a new Milk Factory

The old Coronation Hotel on Montague Road.

Tony Moore An old South Brisbane pub will be reborn as the locale's newest Milk Factory.

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Government will not answer questions about public service wages

Financial planner

Tony Moore Minister Assisting the Premier Glenn Elmes declined to answer questions about public service wages not keeping pace with inflation.

Gold Coast working to attract more international teams

The Gold Coast City Council hopes more international cricket teams will come to the city to prepare for their summer campaigns.

Tony Moore The Gold Coast hopes to entice more international cricket teams to the Glitter Strip to "get ready" for the summer season.

Low-paid Queensland workers' wages slipping below inflation

Queensland public servants have a few dollars more thanks to the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.

Tony Moore The wages of Queensland's lowest paid public servants and council workers are falling behind inflation.

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Lady Cilento Children's Hospital holds open day

Tony Moore A free open day will be held on Sunday October 12 to let people have a look through the new Lady Cilento Children's Hospital at South Brisbane.

Treasurer questions million-dollar 'beehive' land tax sting

Springfield Land Corporation says it has spent $300,000 on its beehive operations.

Tony Moore The Queensland Government faces losing "millions of dollars" in land tax because property developers are simply installing beehives and claiming future residential land is being used for primary...

Energex reject power bill allegations, orders inquiry

Energex has defended itself against claims of misconduct.

Tony Moore An internal Energex inquiry is underway after allegations from a former staff member the electricity company manipulated overseas borrowings for capital expansion to force higher power bills in...