Tony Moore is a senior reporter for brisbanetimes.com.au.
Tony Moore Queensland's new Racing Minister Bill Byrne is appalled by the "cruelty and barbarism" shown by some "mongrel" greyhound trainers in the Four Corner's expose.
Tony Moore The most influential man in Queensland's Parliament – Sunshine Coast independent MP Peter Wellington – says he has learned lessons from his first stint as government kingmaker in 1998.
Tony Moore Queensland will have to wait 12 months before Labor's new ministry develops the experience it needs to run the new mega-ministries, Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg said on Monday.
Tony Moore Queensland's Electricity Trades Union has on Saturday served the Liberal National Party and the Courier Mail with defamation over allegations that bikies provided "wads of cash" to unions and to the...
Tony Moore The north Queensland LNP-held seats of Cairns and Barron River are the barometer of today's Queensland election outcome, one of Queensland's voting strategists said on Friday.
Tony Moore It's the seat of Mansfield, held by Ian Walker, the LNP's Minister for Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts where the LNP should be worried.
Tony Moore Election could determine which model eventually gets built.
Tony Moore Labor's financial costings show its $1.6 billion in election promises made during the 2015 election promises can largely be met by scrapping private consultancies and axing government advertising.
Tony Moore Labor will set up an independent Commission of Inquiry with the powers of a Royal Commission to investigate organised crime in Queensland if it wins office on Saturday.
Tony Moore and Amy Remeikis In 2012 Queensland voters sent the Labor into the political wilderness, but just three years later Annastacia Palaszczuk could be on the cusp of leading the party back into power.
Tony Moore The 24,000 public servants who lost their jobs after LNP won the 2012 election would not be automatically re-employed if Labor won the looming election.
Tony Moore Labor has promised it has more policy announcements up its sleeve - including on law and order - after a day when the LNP government corrected the opposition on two points.
Tony Moore Supporters stomp feet and roar support for keeping assets.
Tony Moore Voters might have to wait up to a year after the election to learn which big ticket infrastructure projects Labor will support if it wins government.
Tony Moore Queensland's election boils down to a referendum on asset sales with five days to go, Opposition Leader Annastacia Palaszczuk has told reporters on Australia Day.
Tony Moore One of the "four pillars" of Queensland's economy – construction - is facing a 53 per cent decline in major projects by 2016, and the loss of 8000 jobs.
Tony Moore Several thousand new jobs will be on offer in Brisbane over the next five years, regardless of which of the two multi-national consortiums builds the city's new entertainment and casino complex.
Tony Moore Successive Queensland governments have become "too close to industry lobbyists" and have lost the public's trust, an open letter signed by prominent Australians and written with the help of...
Tony Moore Fueled by asset privatisation, LNP makes $5.3b in promises.
Tony Moore and Kim Stephens Premier Campbell Newman in January 2011 questioned the need to extract more coal from central Queensland because of its environmental impact, a video released on Wednesday by anti-coal protesters...