A Sydney construction boss ignored warnings that a wall weighing half a tonne needed to be braced before it toppled down on bricklayer David Hands, a jury has heard.

“No, that’s fine, I’ve done heaps of them and it’ll be all right,” Wayne Moore is said to have told the foreman at a North Bondi construction site in 2003 after hearing of his concerns. But three days after the wall was built on Friday the 13th that June, Moore…