Talking books will always have a place at Blind Low Vision NZ – but the way we are delivering them...

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Blind Low Vision NZ equipment services has refreshed the products we have available for our clients, to better reflect the...

Sally Britnell, client, looking skywards smiling’

Our Vision, Your Future - Nā matou te moemoea, nā koutou te tau tītoki. Strategic Plan 2020-2024 As we celebrate...

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Digital accessibility can mean the difference between gaining access to groceries during the Covid-19 lockdown or not. Blind Low Vision...

Foundation Precinct Building

The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) and Generus Living Group are pleased to announce a joint venture...

Joining the Marrakesh Treaty will give easier and quicker access to information for Kiwis who are blind, low vision and...

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The Blind Foundation has taken on a new name: Blind Low Vision NZ. The name change marks the culmination of...

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This article, written by RNZFB Board Chair Rick Hoskin, was originally published by the New Zealand Herald, 21 August 2019....

John Mulka will start in the Chief Executive role of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB), which...

Tanya Colvin, Accessibility Tick Programme Lead presents Blind Foundation Acting Chief Executive Greg Hurn with the Accessibility Tick award.

Today we are celebrating a special milestone. The Blind Foundation has been awarded the Accessibility Tick for escalating its commitment...

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Sandra Budd This week Rick Hoskin, Chair of the Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind (RNZFB) Board, has announced...