Signs of recovery on the Cassowary Coast

Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt today joined the leader of recovery operations in North Queensland Chief Superintendent Mike Keating in Innisfail to meet with local residents and get an update on reconstruction works. “Less than three months ago, we all watched the...

Research grants available for innovative Queenslanders

Minister for Disability Services and Member for Mulgrave Curtis Pitt today announced grants of up to $2000 for people or organisations improving the quality of life of adults who have an intellectual or cognitive disability. Mr Pitt said the grants are available from...

Nominate an inspirational Indigenous person today

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Minister Curtis Pitt put urged Queenslanders to nominate an inspirational Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person for a 2011 NAIDOC award before nominations close on April 29. “These awards recognise outstanding...

Baby dolls needed for mums to be

[singlepic id=344 w=320 h=240 float=left] Member for Mulgrave and expectant father, Curtis Pitt, is encouraging the community to donate pre-loved dolls to a worthy cause. Mr Pitt and Innisfail nurse Wilma Martin are appealing to people to donate their pre-loved dolls...