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"As promised, this week's column will let readers know what the successful candidates in Northland were going to do for the disabled community".
Jonny Wilkinson's regular Northern Advocate column - "A different light" - published 11th October 2014. More Information
Blind week is coming - 28th October to 3rd November 2014. More Information
Applications for the 2015 Inspiration Voyage are due by 31st October 2014.
A FREE workshop that will help you decide which smartphone, tablet or broadband you can purchase to access the communication services of your choice.
Halberg Disability Sport Foundation are holding an open day for anyone with a vision impairment, and their supporters. More Information
Arts Access Aotearoa, in association with Spark Centre invite you to the launch of the "I'm an Artist Campaign", featuring Auckland artist Allyson Hamblett.
Mental Health Awareness Week 2014 is from the 6th until the 12th October.
Deaf Aotearoa announce their AGM to be held on Saturday 29th November 2014. More Information
"Starved of oxygen is a gross understatement. It was like using a 3-inch straw as a snorkel in Kim Dotcom's spa pool"
Jonny Wilkinson's regular Northern Advocate column - "A different light" - published 27th September 2014 More Information
23rd to 29th September 2014 is Arthritis Appeal Week. More Information
Jonny Wilkinson's regular Northern Advocate column - "A different light" - published 13th September 2014 More Information
Jonny Wilkinson's regular Northern Advocate column - "A different light" - published 30th August 2014
Promises, promises! Roll up and poll up! It's that time of year the - triennial general election, where we all get to vote, provided we are over the age of 18 years. More Information
The schedule is out for the forum being held on Wednesday 3rd September, 2014. More Information
The MND Association of New Zealand have put out a media release about the funds raised to help those in New Zealand who have Motor Neurone Disease.
“The global social media phenomenon, the Ice Bucket Challenge, has bought in much needed funds for kiwis living with MND and raised unprecedented awareness of the fatal disease says Beth Watson, President of the Motor Neurone Disease Association of New Zealand…” More Information
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This week on AttitudeLive you will be introduced to Lilly Lomas, an outgoing six year old girl who, last year, became this country’s youngest double leg amputee.
Lilly shares her dreams and aspirations for the future and you will see what she will need to overcome to achieve this.
Also this week Robbie Francis’ blog covers welfare, an important issue for voters in the disability community. More Information