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At the moment as a baby boomer born in 1965, I seem to be surrounded by the numeral ‘50’. I’m getting to that age where going to 50th’s is the most common social event on my calendar of soirees!
Idea services Northland is holding a Christmas Party on 20th December 2014 and would like to include members of the health and disability community. More Information
New Zealand’s only professional inclusive dance company, Touch Compass is auditioning for 2015. More Information
The Northland Branch of Epilepsy New Zealand are holding seminars in both Maungaturoto and Dargaville to help you to better understand epilepsy, the causes, first aid, seizure triggers, medication, life style issues etc. More Information
December 3rd is the globally recognised day that we celebrate the International Day of People with Disabilities. More Information
If you are a physically disabled New Zealander who would like to experience the thrill and freedom of surfing this event is for you! More Information
If you are living with or have an interest in either Gout or Diabetes you are invited to attend and take part in upcoming wananga on Pehiaweri Marae. More Information
Parkinson's Awareness Week this year is the 1st to 7th November.
“Northland’s two Primary Health Organisations (PHO’s), Manaia Health and Te Tai Tokerau, and Northland DHB have joined together to fund the early roll out of this initiative, which expected to cost around $450,000”. – Hon Dr Jonathan Coleman, Minister of Health More Information
Here is an opportunity for two Auckland based Coordinators. More Information
Would you like to experience the thrill of surfing? Register now to reserve your place! More Information
The first Flight Centre Foundation Halberg Surf Day for physically disabled Northlanders is coming soon on 29 November 2014. More Information
The Whangarei District Council would like to hear from you about what the really important (‘significant’) issues are to the community, and how and when they will involve the community in making decisions (‘engagement’). More Information
The Parafed Northland Youth Club is a new initiative that will form the basis of the Northland Junior Disability Games team.
All physically disabled and vision impaired young people aged 8 to 21 years are invited to come along for regular events in the lead up to the games. More Information
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"A big bouquet to Davis. Despite what must be a turbulent time for the Labour Party he still took the time to respond".
A Different Light - Northern Advocate 11th October 2014 More Information