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Come to Forum North on August 14th and 15th. Tiaho Trust will be hosting our Getting Out There – Making the Most of Living Expo. This Expo, supported by Bupa and the Northern Advocate, is for all members of the community who have an interest in health and mobility, including seniors and those who want to make the most of living! More Information
The 2015 edition of the Getting Out There supplement will be published with the Northern Advocate tomorrow. More Information
“In Auckland, I felt some freedom in the anonymity of the big city, where frivolity can go unnoticed. Waving around a 10ft selfie stick, like a prat, without fear of recognition was refreshing.” More Information
Seizure Support Northland is proud to announce a new book about epilepsy suitable for small children. It works to demystify epilepsy and bring it in line with other accepted diseases. More Information
The Epilepsy Foundation 2015 Brain Train Road Show and AGM will be held on Saturday 25th July in Auckland. More Information
"So race day dawned and we discovered the theme of the day was tartan, paying homage to our neighbours at Scottish-founded Waipu." More Information
Reality TV, how does that mesh with disability and able bodied actors in disabled roles? Read Jonny Wilkinson's latest column for his take on it. More Information
If you, or a member of your household or community has a disability or any special requirement that may affect the ability to cope in a disaster, make arrangements now to get the support you need. More Information
NorthAble's Information Update for 11th June is out now and includes details of premises to lease, a request for clothing items suitable to wear to a ball and much more! More Information
This is for those who missed the Pecha Kucha night at Bank St Social Club on 6th May, and those who enjoyed it and would like to see it again. More Information
"Lifes perils and fortunes can be like layers of Swiss cheese - you never know what hole you're going to fall through." Jonny's latest column to appear in The Northern Advocate: More Information
Entries are open for the IHC Art Awards 2015. And this year artists can enter online for the first time. More Information
"This film is both an affirmation of human spirit and a joy to watch."
David Rutherford, Chief Human Rights Commissioner, New Zealand Human Rights Commission More Information
The Stroke Foundation are advertising for a new Community Stroke Advisor in Northland. More Information
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Disability in the movies - Mad Max: Fury Road - "In the world of Mad Max disability is portrayed across the spectrum of good and evil, beautiful and ugly.
As in life, disability spans all ages, ethnicity, and gender."