Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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Microsoft HoloLens to bring era of virtual reality

Tony Moore Holograms to let engineers, architects and doctors work in 3D.

Asia Pacific Cities Summit 2015: Glimpse inside cities of the future

The panel on future cities at the Asia Pacific Cities Summit 2015 in Brisbane.

Tony Moore Workers of the future will work in different teams on different projects in different offices, even for different firms, a CSIRO futurist told a Brisbane conference on Monday.

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Asia Pacific Cities Summit 2015: Cities must identify strengths, delegates told

Tony Moore Brisbane deliberately avoided competing with Sydney, Melbourne: Schrinner.

Asia Pacific Cities Summit 2015: Sebastian Coe spruiks Olympic benefits

Lord Sebastian Coe has helped open the Asia Pacific Cities Summit in Brisbane.

Kim Stephens and Tony Moore London Games organiser says Games are worth the money.

Gold Coast beach erosion plan: Is the plan on the right track?

Tony Moore Has the Gold Coast City Council got the right plan in place to protect the beaches luring the 11.5 million tourists, residents and investors to Australia's playground?

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Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project: cutting replaces tunnel

Traffic congested on the Toowoomba Range.

Tony Moore A 30-metre deep cutting through the Great Dividing Range replaces the planned tunnel in the winning design announced Friday morning for Toowoomba's $1.

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Sunshine Coast launches happy plan

Underwater World on the Sunshine Coast.

Tony Moore Here are 10 ways to make the Sunshine Coast – "a community of communities" - a happier, more social place that have been identified by the Sunshine Coast Regional Council.

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Victoria Bridge abutment reopens as tourist attraction at South Bank

Victoria Bridge, decorated for the Duke of York, 1901. The abutment shown has been turned into a tourist attraction.

Tony Moore South Bank abutment of earlier version of bridge becomes tourist attraction.

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Sunshine Coast's light rail route chosen by residents

Tony Moore Almost 90 per cent of Sunshine Coast residents have agreed on a route for the proposed Sunshine Coast light line link from Maroochydore to Caloundra which they hope to have running by 2025.

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Greece debt crisis: Battling Greece's brain drain

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.

Tony Moore Gold Coast short film maker and photographer Antony Kondoleon is a young Greek expat who left Greece at 26 and shifted to Queensland in October 2012 searching for a better life.

Greece Debt News: Brisbane's Greek community rallies over debt crisis

A protester shouts anti-European slogans with a megaphone during an anti-austerity demonstration in Thessaloniki, Greece.

Tony Moore Brisbane's Greeks have been called to rally in Brisbane's King George Square on Saturday at 10am and support the people of Greece.

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Commonwealth Games 2018: Mascot design competition opens

Matilda the Kangaroo, mascot at the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games, pictured at the closing ceremony on 9 October 1982.

Tony Moore Get ready to design the mascot for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

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'We won't hit developers with extra charge': Jackie Trad

Jackie Trad rules out a new levy for developers  to raise infrastructure funds.

Tony Moore Southeast Queensland's mayors want to trial an alternative means of financing large infrastructure projects – modelled on a European scheme in place in 28 cities – and get big projects...

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Noosa Council undecided on returning carbon tax to ratepayers

Tony Moore Money may go to projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Sarina Russo opens new businesses on Gold and Sunshine coasts

Tony Moore Queensland's 35-year queen of the job-hunt queues, Sarina Russo, expands from 27 job sites to 93 job sites in July.

SEQ population growth needs 12 Springfield-style mega cities to cope: planner

Springfield is expected to be home to 80,000 people by 2030.

Tony Moore Southeast Queensland needs a dozen mega-developments like Springfield if it is to cope with an extra 2.2 million people over the next three decades, a respected urban geographer says.

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Australian industry missing 'the next big thing' by not employing PhD students

CEDA Vice chancellors panel in Brisbane

Tony Moore Australian businesses were missing the "next big thing" in industry because they were not employing enough Australian PhD students, University of Queensland Vice Chancellor Peter Høj told a...

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New heart for Maroochydore begins in Sunshine Coast budget

Sunshine Coast Regional Council

Tony Moore A new Maroochydore CBD that will be "the envy of anywhere else in the world" begins before Christmas, Sunshine Coast mayor Mark Jamieson said as he presented the 2015-16 Budget.

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott backs Bert Hinkler memorial project

Queensland aviation pioneer Bert Hinkler.

Tony Moore Abbott backs memorial to aviator in Italian Alps.

Scenic Rim council budget signals 'mission completed' on disaster recovery

Scenic Rim Regional Council

Tony Moore Replacing older timber bridges remains the 2015 task for the flood-hit regional council that sits behind the Gold Coast and stretches out to the New South Wales border ranges.