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Mana Whaikaha update November 16

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I wondering this week about the question of “what is a good life.”When I think about what makes my life good it is family, friends, a sense of belonging in...

Broken hand-washing machines dismay disability support carer. Stuff, 7 November.

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People have been unable to wash their hands at a toilet block in West Auckland for more than two months.

Loving gesture brings tears for Northland business owner. Stuff,13 November.

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A Northland man wept tears of joy when he learned members of his church had raised $7000 to help him set up his new vegan business.

Jason Gunn & Jay-Jay Feeney Are Getting Locked up. SCOOP, 6 November.

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More FM Drive hosts Jason Gunn and Jay-Jay Feeney will be locked up in a jail cell this December, in a bid to raise funds for local charity Koru Care...

Struggling to learn: kids who learn differently struggle in schools. Northern Advocate, 12 November.

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Razeal Bracken-Wall, aged 15, has spent most of what should have been his school years out of school.

Disability Resource Centre (H.B) Trust weekly update 12/11/2018

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A weekly update of news and events for people with disabilities, their family/whanau, caregivers, and anyone interested in contributing to the wellbeing of people with disabilities.

The Civic and Bruce Mason Centre now accessible to all. Auckland Council, 10 October.

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Auckland Live is delighted to announce the launch of new Accessibility Virtual Tours (AVT) to assist disabled and mobility-impaired concertgoers at two of Auckland's most iconic venues.

'It's a game-changer' - special controller changes lives of disabled online gamers. One News, 31 Oct

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A disabled Kiwi online gaming enthusiast says a new controller with bigger buttons and options for increased accessibility has changed the lives of disabled people.

Vector first employer awarded with new Accessibility Tick. SCOOP, 31 October.

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The Accessibility Tick is a new programme helping employers be part of the solution in creating a more accessible and inclusive New Zealand for people with disabilities.

Gearing up for Disability Pride Week 2018. SCOOP, 5 November.

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Disabled people across New Zealand are preparing to celebrate Disability Pride Week from 26 November to 3 December – the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.