Moore is an award-winning Australian journalist and photographer
with 40 years' experience in the profession, mainly on daily broadsheet
newspapers and the Internet.
done the boys at Geelong for our three Australian Rules Football
flags in recent years.
has worked in Australia, New Zealand,England and the Cook Islands
on news organisations such as The Melbourne Age, the BBC
World Service, the Daily Telegraph (London), the New Zealand
Herald, Radio Australia and various British regional papers.
1987 Richard Moore spent a month in Belfast shooting a photo essay
on The Troubles, coming a bit too close to a hand-grenade attack
for his liking, and in 1989 covered the fall of the Berlin Wall.
first foray into web development was a computer game site called
Gameblitz, he then built the Web
Wombat search portal and was editor of it for five years. Web
Wombat now gets more than 800,000 visitors a month.
the same time Richard Moore created The
Napoleonic Guide - a 4000-page reference website on the
Napoleonic Era. Built for teachers, students and history buffs The
Napoleonic Guide gets more than 150,000 visitors a month.
2004, Richard Moore built TikiTouring.co.nz
and it is now a major tourism website for people travelling to -
or around - New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Solomon Islands and Victoria,
is currently working in the Cook Islands as a writer, editor, photographer
and senior journalist.
addition he has finished a novel on the Napoleonic Wars. The
factional work follows the campaigns of the Worcestershire Regiment
during the Peninsular War in Portugal and Spain.
is a mad keen Geelong Football Club supporter in Australia's AFL
and is in heaven with our three recent premiership flags!!!!!!!!!!
2008 he almost ended up in heaven through a rather inconvenient
heart attack, during which he drove himself to hospital for treatment.
is a member of Travel Communicators in NZ and has his travel stories
published by APN regional newspapers and the NZ Herald.
to see his photographs and some of his opinion columns.
also supports the mighty Manly Sea Eagles in the NRL.
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