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08 Aug 2012
Awards are an integral part of Australia Day. They recognise and honour the outstanding achievement of Australian. Awards celebrate Australian excellence in our community.
08 Aug 2012
Malek Chamoun, a 23 year old athlete from Summer Hill, is hoping to represent Australia in the 85 kg class Weightlifting at the 2012 Olympics despite having a limited amount of vision.
08 Aug 2012
The Queen's Birthday 2012 Honours List was announced on Monday 11 June 2012 by the Governor-General.
08 Aug 2012
Goalball is a fully integrated game that can be played by people who are blind or vision impaired and their sighted friends so everyone is welcome to play up to Australian National Championships level.
08 Aug 2012
NSW Minister for Disability Services Andrew Constance has announced that the achievements and experiences of 15 ambassadors will help drive the State Government's Don't DIS My ABILITY campaign.
08 Aug 2012
Vision Australia congratulates swimmer Prue Watt on posting a new Paralympic world record in Adelaide at the Australian Olympic Trials recently.
08 Aug 2012
Vision Australia is pleased to announce the availability of a range of new computer training courses to enable people who are blind or have low vision to independently use a computer - an important tool in today’s world.
08 Aug 2012
You are welcome to join a free Vision Australia Telelink program for family members and those in a caring role.
08 Aug 2012
Paul Paradigm, ATC from Sydney West Team, and National Coordinator for AMSAT (Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation) received word that his application to ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station) had been successful. Young clients of Vision Australia would be making radio contact with the International Space Station!
08 Aug 2012
There is now an email list available for people who are blind or have low vision and use an Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod.