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Ruakaka Surf Day for people with disabilities is on again!
On Saturday 14th March, 2015, the Ruakaka Surf Lifesaving Club will be brimming with people of all ages and who have any type of disability riding the waves!
The sequel to ‘The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ will be shown at Events Cinema, James Street Whangarei on Wednesday 4th March 2015, and looks to be just as good. More Information
The December 2014 / January 2015 Parkinson’s Newsletter is out now and with it is the order form for the annual Tulip sale. More Information
Halberg Disability Sport Foundation and New Zealand Blind Cricket Association invite you to come along and watch the NZ Blind Cricket A Team take on Australia A at Northland Cricket Association Cobham Oval in Whangarei. More Information
Age Concern supports Consumer NZ’s ‘Do Not Knock’ campaign and encourages anyone who does not wish to be approached by door-to-door sellers to get a Do Not Knock sticker. More Information
The Northland Regional Council are seeking public feedback on two important transport documents for Northland. More Information
Halberg Disability Sport Foundation will have the New Zealand Blind Cricket Team at the Northland Cricket Club on Tuesday 20th January to show you how to play Blind or Adapted cricket. More Information
Halberg Disability Sport Foundation have released the first Junior Disability Games Newsletter leading into the event in 2015. More Information
Better Access for disabled people at events is in the spotlight for Whangarei’s Endless Summer Festival. More Information
Tiaho Trust and the Northland DIAS Collective would like to wish everyone a fun, safe and inclusive festive season and all the very best for the New Year! More Information
Upcoming World Federation of the Deaf Youth Section Camp to be held in Turkey in 2015. More Information
The Christmas 2014 Edition of the Altogether Autism Journal is out now. More Information
FREE Diabetes Self Management Programmes in 2015 More Information
New page added to MND Association NZ Inc’s website More Information
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How things were for disabled people “back then” and “ how they are now” - read Jonny's story on growing up in Whangarei and returning to settle here after his big OE through Indonesia and the UK. More Information