Curtis Pitt

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What do locals say about the way Curtis Pitt represents the Mulgrave Electorate?

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‘Walk A Day In My Shoes’ – construction

Cornett's IGA, Innisfail

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Thanks to Stacey and all the staff at Innisfail IGA for making me feel welcome today, and when I was working the check-out, thanks to those customers for their patience! Kelly, Vicki, Lorna, Bobbi, Kim and Bridgette - it was great working with you and I'll see you again soon.



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Roads and Transport

New street names honour respected locals

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Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt and Cairns Regional Councillor for Division Three, Rob Pyne, have acknowledged two local achievers in the naming of streets associated with the Cairns Bruce Highway Upgrade - Kevin Murgatroyd and the late Des Chalmers.

Employment and Economic Development

FNQ Trade delegation to PNG

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Shadow Treasurer and Shadow Minister for Trade Curtis Pitt was one of more than 20 locals participating in the PNG Trade Visit. He is pictured here with Lae Chamber of Commerrce President Alan McLay.

Sport and Recreation

Pitt provides paint for sports clubhouse

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Curtis Pitt has assisted Innisfail Combined Sports by donating $1,000 to purchase paint for the repainting of the exterior of the clubhouse, which is home to a number of sporting groups.

Education and Training

Curtis discusses the funding boost with Good Counsel College principal Paul Keenan

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Funding of $1,278,992 will be provided for Good Counsel College at Innisfail under the Flying Start capital assistance scheme. The funding for eligible non-state schools will help refurbish and upgrade educational facilities to accommodate the move of Year 7 to secondary schooling.


Dugong protection

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Far North Queensland's Labor MPs have called on Federal Environment Minister Tony Burke to attend an urgent round table discussion in Cairns to discuss the ongoing issues associated with dugong protection in Queensland. I’m also seeking improved research to establish baseline data for the dugong population, to ensure a sustainable future. We need to focus on where there is already consensus as a starting point - by and large we are seeking the same outcome. Bringing all the key stakeholders together is the best and most practical way forward.



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Emergency Services


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Arts and Culture


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Pitt extends life line to Garden Awards axed by Newman Government

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Garden Awards committee members Leonie Morris, Curtis Pitt, Marj Trainer, Judy Stubbs and Fred Morris.


Labor funding for Yarrabah Jetty welcomed by Pitt

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Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt - pictured with Kennedy candidate Andrew Turnour - has welcomed $5 million funding by federal Labor towards the provision of a jetty for Yarrabah at Mission Bay.

Primary Industries

Yellow Crazy Ant (Photo courtesy of Paul Zborowski)

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Yellow Crazy Ants are an introduced exotic species. They are widely regarded as environmental pests and are included as one of the world's 100 worst invasive species. The name 'crazy ant' is derived from their erratic walking style and frantic movements, especially when disturbed. The pest ant has spread extensively since it was first discovered in Cairns in 2001.

Mental Health and Disabilities

Enhanced accommodation rights for vision impaired Queenslanders before Parliament

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Minister for Disabilities Curtis Pitt pictured with Gerrard Gossens, Karen Knight (Vision Australia) and Paul Larcombe. Being able to access accommodation is a basic human right, and we’re determined to protect that right for all Queenslanders. That’s why we’ve introduced amendments reaffirming access rights to residential and holiday accommodation for people who rely on guide, hearing or assistance dogs.


Innovation funding for cleaner, greener tourism industry

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Curtis Pitt with Ron Cusick from Frankland Island Cruises. The marine-based tourism operator has received a $250,000 State Government grant to design and install a clean, quiet and energy efficient drive system for their vessels – a first for Far North Queensland tourism industry.

Parliamentary Committees

Disability Services Committee

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Member of the Disability Services and Multicultural Affairs legislative committee, Curtis Pitt, visited Melbourne with Minister Anastacia Palaszczuk to look at the Victorian Government's approach to supporting people with a disability



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Campaign Hustings 2009

Taking it to the street

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Gordonvale residents speak with Premier Anna Bligh and candidate Curtis Pitt

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