Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore Greens Senator wants ban on dumping spoil to include maintenance dredging.
Tony Moore Labor first wanted to explain what it stood for, says Palaszczuk.
Tony Moore Palaszczuk says high-level taskforce will work to reduce run-off into reef.
Tony Moore "Preference whisperer" engineering deal between minor parties.
Tony Moore Annastacia Palaszczuk has insisted Labor will outline its main economic strategy "in its own time", while continuing the party's "modest- spend" campaign in regional Queensland by promising an extra...
Tony Moore A minister's salary will be set to public sector wage increases under Labor, Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk says.
Tony Moore and Amy Remeikis Queensland could be headed back to the polls if the January 31 election results in a hung parliament, with both sides ruling out negotiating with the crossbench for power.
Tony Moore Labor has again hammered the LNP's failure to create jobs as it announces a $40 million fund over four years to help start-up business apply for grants to create jobs.
Tony Moore World beginning to consider ditching fossil fuels by 2050.
Tony Moore Member for Inala believes she's the one to unite Queenslanders.
Tony Moore Labor government wouldn't hand pick directors-general, Annastacia Palaszczuk says.
Tony Moore A list of the promises made by each party in the 2015 state election campaign.
Tony Moore Tony Abbott must explain plans for extending GST, says opposition leader.
Tony Moore Palaszczuk says she would reduce number of ministers from 19 to 14.
Tony Moore Labor floats conspiracy theory over council rule change.
Tony Moore Labor's 'Mr Mackay', Tim Mulherin, choked back tears as he remembered the election scrapbooks his dad, Leo, kept during each election campaign.
Tony Moore Labor believes it can win the seat of Mirani outside Mackay and will bolster its deputy leader Tim Mulherin's seat of Mackay when it begins day four of the 2015 election campaign on Thursday.
Tony Moore Labor has promised to employ an extra 400 nurses throughout Queensland if it wins the election on January 31.
Tony Moore Labor will spend week one of the 2015 campaign in regional Queensland reminding towns of the impact of the the LNP's cutbacks when it won office in March 2012.
Tony Moore Labor's first strike to win Election 2015 is to promise to re-introduce a former Labor job creation program that was dumped when Campbell Newman became premier.