Cassowary artwork unveiled

A colourful artwork of larger than life cassowaries with chicks was ‘unveiled’ today at the Innisfail State College by Curtis Pitt, State Member for Mulgrave, as part of Queensland’s 150th Celebrations. The Queensland Government granted the Peninsula Art Educators...

Deal Done to bring 300,000 tourist back to Cairns

Premier Anna Bligh today announced the signing of a deal that paves the way for the future delivery of additional flights into Cairns. The Premier told a Statewide Tourism Forum in Brisbane that new services could be announced as early as pre Christmas, under a deal...

Ninny Rise to go on show under eco-tourism plan

Ninny Rise at Mission Beach will be put on show to the world as one of Queensland’s best environmental assets under a new eco-tourism plan to boost visitor numbers in our State’s protected areas. Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt welcomed today’s announcement that the...

Businesses team up to save money and environment

Businesses keen to learn more about saving money on energy and water while also reducing their impact on the environment have until Tuesday (24 November) to sign up for round two of a State Government program aimed at getting companies ready for a low carbon future....