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from Yes Disability

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This is a tester news article to know what it would look like and whether or not it fits what we need from the website.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 28/10/2019

from Firstport

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Re-Imagine: Voyager

from I.Lead

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"Here at YES Disability, we are always looking to celebrate and showcase the diversity of young people with disabilities, This is made even more significant and exciting when those opportunities...

Weekly What's On - 21-27 October 2019

from Mana Whaikaha

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Palmerston North City and Manawatu is a great place to be and a destination to discover. Open spaces, friendly faces, city sights, rural delights. Come experience our piece of paradise.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust Weekly Update 21/10/2019

from Firstport

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News and events in the Hawke's Bay area with a disability focus.

Te Ahuareka o Ngāti Hine Festival 2019

from NorthAble Information Centre

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Members of a Mid North iwi descended on Moerewa from all over the motu during the weekend for a three-day celebration of all things Ngāti Hine.

Town Basin a sea of pink at fundraiser for breast cancer

from NorthAble Information Centre

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More than 400 turned up for the popular Pink Loop Walk at the Whangārei Town Basin yesterday to raise money for the Breast Cancer Support Northland Trust.

Whangārei ethnic football festival brings culture and competition

from NorthAble Information Centre

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People of all backgrounds came together on Saturday at the Tikipunga Sports Park for the annual Whangārei ethnic football festival.

Halberg Games 2019: Northland's next generation of para athletes on show

from NorthAble Information Centre

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Nine of Northland's talented para athletes were on show during the weekend at the 2019 Halberg Games in Auckland.

Blind & Low Vision NZ launches the #AltTextForAll Movement

from NorthAble Information Centre

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Blind & Low Vision NZ (formerly the Blind Foundation) launches the #AltTextForAll Movement to help make the Internet more accessible, in new campaign via YoungShand and Pead PR.