Tony Moore

Tony Moore

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Leeanne Enoch to tackle Stradbroke Island changes

Tony Moore Queensland's first indigenous minister targets land-use issues.

Fire-ravaged Cathedral Place doesn't meet standards: firies

Cathedral Place, in Fortitude Valley, burns in June 2013.

Tony Moore Non-compliance issues plague Cathedral Place, site of $9m blaze.

Brisbane rail flooding may be due to old drains

Inner-city rail lines have flooded numerous times in recent months.

Tony Moore Old drains and new apartments may cause line flooding.

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Salvation Army helps Chantelle Bambling push drugs aside for nursing career

Chantelle Bambling (left) with her Salvation Army Youth Outreach Service worker Maree Dalby (right).

Tony Moore With Salvos' help, Chantelle Bambling overcomes demons.

Questions asked about Wests rugby club upgrade plans

The Wests Rugby mascot which sits on top of one of the buildings to be demolished for the development.

Tony Moore Brisbane City Council rules out shifting its Toowong ward office after questions asked about the move.

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Queensland Rail launches inquiry into train-line flooding

Queensland Rail wants to find out why train lines become flooded, causing station closures, during heavy storms.

Tony Moore Queensland Rail has launched an urgent inquiry to find out why inner-city train lines have been cut by rising floodwaters three times in three months by heavy rain since November.

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The story behind Stradbroke Island's planning time bomb

North Stradbroke Island feature: One Mile

Tony Moore Quandamooka elder Uncle Ian Delaney was born at One Mile, went to Brisbane and has since shifted back to North Stradbroke Island, known by aboriginal people as Minjerriba.

Stradbroke Island's forgotten mile

One Mile, North Stradbroke.

Tony Moore About 43 kilometres from Brisbane's GPO is an emerging land use, humanitarian and fire disaster just waiting to happen to about 150 people living in makeshift houses on Stradbroke Island.

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Brisbane's toll tunnels fail to cut rising travel times: RACQ

Professor Hickman said it was too early to say if Brisbane's tollways were failures.

Tony Moore Latest statistics show Brisbane's two toll tunnels are not slashing travel times for Brisbane motorists five years after the Clem 7 tunnel opened.

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Deputy Mayor Adrian Schrinner slams RACQ's traffic comments

Deputy Mayor and Infrastructure Chairman Cr Adrian Schrinner.

Tony Moore Deputy Mayor and Infrastructure Chairman, Cr Adrian Schrinner said it was absolutely misleading for RACQ to suggest that Brisbane’s toll roads did not reduce traffic congestion across Brisbane.

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Make Cannon Hill golf development cat-free: expert

golf course cat ban

Tony Moore Cats would put tiny squirrel gliders living at risk in Brisbane's east, wildlife expert says.

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Queensland Government investigates Adani

Tony Moore Canberra says it's up to Queensland to probe company structure.

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Great Barrier Reef Marine Park protected from spoil

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park has been protected from dredge spoil.

Tony Moore But conservationists say ban doesn't go far enough.

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Miracle baby Mia Wall survives heart surgery at 14 days of age

Baby Mia in the arms of mum Kelly Jo.

Tony Moore Five-week-old Mt Isa girl Mia Wall was just 14 days old when she had open heart surgery to save her life.

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Tarantula venom painkiller developed at University of Queensland


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Tony Moore UQ researchers develop painkiller based on spider poison.

Gold Coast property buyers turn to fringe suburb apartments

Gold Coast property buyers are shunning ocean view homes in favour of fringe suburb apartments.

Tony Moore Gold Coast apartments – without ocean views - have been the surprise success story of the city's property market over the past 12 months.

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Brisbane City Council sweating on getting $1.2 billion loan back

Brisbane City Council loaned Queensland Urban Utilities $1.2 billion in 2010. Now it needs the money back.

Tony Moore Brisbane ratepayers are sweating on new Treasurer Curtis Pitt's attitude to a $1.5 billion loan agreement to Brisbane City Council which could have a critical impact on Council's rates in June.

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High rise park to be linked to Queensland's history

An artist's impression of the high rise public park being built at 480 Queen street.

Tony Moore Futuristic design will meet Queensland history on Thursday a public park that will sit four storeys above the CBD is named.

Bali Nine burger not in bad taste: cafe owner

Tony Moore Stradbroke cafe owner defends his best-selling burger.

Kiwis call for 1000 Queensland tradies to boost their economy

New Zealand is calling for 1000 Queensland tradies.

Tony Moore The tide has turned and New Zealand needs Queensland tradies because a booming Kiwi economy and major earthquake restoration works are demanding their skills.

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