Story courtesy of the Northern Advocate - Joseph Aldrdge
Making New Zealand more accessible for disabled people one city at a time - it’s all part of the master plan for Be.Accessible’s chief executive Minnie Baragwanath.

She was in Whangarei this week and met local representatives of the disabled community as part of her national tour of Rugby World Cup host cities.

After a presentation of Be.Accessible’s goals and initiatives, Ms Baragwanath officially certified two local people to make accessibility assessments of Whangarei businesses and organisations that will form part of a national database.

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Published 12/07/2011

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