Ms SWANSON: It was a cool morning this morning in Canberra. As I walked up to this house, I pulled on my beanie and I thought, 'Thank goodness this week is Beanie for Brain Cancer Week.' Kurri Kurri is a fantastic town, and I am pleased to say that, this Saturday just gone, 429 people in Kurri pulled on their beanies at the Bulldogs sportsground, the Graveyard, for Beanie for Brain Cancer Week. It was an initiative brought about by our great local Kurri boy, Mark Hughes. He himself was a Bulldog; he played in their last premiership in 1995 before going on to the Newcastle Knights to help them win two premierships in 1997 and 2001. However, in 2013, Mark Hughes was diagnosed with brain cancer. We were all terribly shocked and saddened. He, along with his wife Kirralee and their family, has fought so hard not only for his own health but to raise awareness about brain cancer and, more importantly, to raise much needed funds for brain cancer research. He set up the Mark Hughes Foundation, and he and Kirralee are doing fantastic work. Good on you, Mark; good on you, Kirralee. Everyone, go to the Mark Hughes Foundation beanie for brain council week, pull on your beanie and do something fantastic. Go, the Kurri Bulldogs—you will have a great season this year. I know you are playing hard and well. I am so proud of Kurri—it is a great town—and I hope they make their world record attempt for the most people wearing beanies.