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Talking Vision: Quality Living Groups

01 Apr 2015
Quality Living Groups enable people who are blind or have low vision to meet others and discuss similar issues in a friendly and confidential environment.

Puppies Abound at the SEDA Open Day

30 Mar 2015
The Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing, the Hon Martin Foley, has joined Vision Australia CEO, Ron Hooton and General Manager of Seeing Eye Dogs, Leigh Garwood, in a tour of the SEDA Training and Breeding Centre during the Open Day held in Kensington on Saturday, 14 March.

Welfare Reform report released

26 Mar 2015
The Social Services Minister Scott Morrison has released the much anticipated Welfare Reform report headed by Patrick McClure AO.

Talking Vision: NSW Election

24 Mar 2015
There is an election in NSW on March 28 and this week we take a look at some of the issues affecting people who are blind or have low vision including access to education, employment and public transport.

Brisbane clients march on in

19 Mar 2015
Over 80 enthusiastic clients advanced on Vision Australia in Coorparoo yesterday, to celebrate the Brisbane office's first-ever Client Day, March on In.

NSW election 2015: iVote online voting

18 Mar 2015
The NSW iVote online voting system has resumed after being suspended for several hours on Tuesday 17 March to correct an issue with the way the Legislative Council, or Upper House , ballot paper was displayed. The registration and verification systems are fully functional.

Talking Vision: The Road to Rio

18 Mar 2015
This week we hear an interview with Anna Muldoon, Classification Manager, Australian Paralympic Committee who explains how parathletes begin their journey on the Road to Rio with the international classification process.
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