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First regional Disability Transport Hub for Tamworth

08 May 2018

Tamworth Regional Council has approved the construction of a Disability Transport Hub that will provide a centralised location to facilitate transport for people with disabilities, their drivers and carers.

Performers with disability reflect on accessibility in Australia's arts

01 May 2018

Australian performers with disability says we still have a long way to go despite sign of progress in the arts industry and community.

Ground-breaking TV points the way for employers

30 April 2018

TV series Employable Me challenges people’s notions of diversity and inclusion, especially around disability employment.

Guide Dogs SA/NT celebrate International Guide Dogs Day with a Paws Parade

25 April 2018

To celebrate International Guide Dogs Day, Guide Dogs SA/NT are holding a “Paws Parade” with 200 clients, volunteers, supporters, staff and dogs.

Australian company Sensorium take their disability-first children's theatre to New York

16 April 2018

With the help of one pioneering Australian theatre company, the world's first arts festival dedicated to children on the autism spectrum launched in New York City last month.

CommBank Not-for-Profit Insights Report

14 April 2018

This report by the Commonwealth Bank takes a closer look at the dynamics of innovation and how Not-for-Profits are investing in a culture of creativity.

Para-athletes' Top Performance at the Commonwealth Games Wowed Crowds

09 April 2018

The integration of para-athletes onto the main billing at the Commonwealth Games has been successful based on the reaction of crowds, changing the perception on people with disabilities.

Tommy Hilfiger releases disability-friendly spring line

08 April 2018

Tommy Hilfiger's new spring line makes dressing easy for everybody, including those with disabilities.

Making Donations to Charity Using Alexa

04 April 2018

Amazon recently unveiled Alexa Donations, a new feature for the smart assistant that allows users to donate between $5 and $5,000 to the charity of their choice, using their voice.

Apple proposes 13 disability emojis

24 March 2018

Apple wants emojis to better represent people with disabilities. The company consulted with top organisations for people with disabilities to put together a proposal.