Foster Mum Isla with her new pups

On Saturday 20th November a Guide Dog poodle named Zoe gave birth to 14 puppies, which was a record number!...

Keeping Everyone Safe

We’re following up from the government announcement on Monday to clarify how the new COVID-19 Protection Framework will work within...

On Friday 29 October, the Government announced significant changes to the disability system by unveiling plans to create the Ministry...

Kāpō Māori Aotearoa (KMA), Parents of Vision Impaired NZ (PVI) and Blind Low Vision NZ (BLVNZ) are pleased to announce...

The Notice of the RNZFB 2021 Annual General Meeting has recently gone out advising that this year’s AGM was to...

Getting vaccinated protects everyone

A new team has been mobilised to support disabled people to access transport and get vaccinated in a way that...

Childhood glaucoma survey

Childhood glaucoma is a rare type of glaucoma that is diagnosed before someone turns 18 years old. Living with childhood...

Love Your Eyes campaign logo

As part of World Sight Day 2021, Blind Low Vision NZ is supporting the international "Love Your Eyes" campaign to...

Here is a quick update about what’s happening at Blind Low Vision NZ as the country moves to different Alert...

Woman sitting in a chair smiling

New Zealand needs to do better when it comes to eye health. What we do know is that people with...

Someone holding their phone up to scan a COVID-19 QR code

Record keeping is being encouraged everywhere. However, record keeping will soon be mandatory in some businesses and locations, for everyone...