blind and low vision New Zealand logo which is three orange dot with black text

From October 2019, the Blind Foundation takes on a new name: Blind & Low Vision NZ. The name change marks...

Martine presenting at NFB Convention, July 2019 for WBU

Martine Abel-Williamson presents at the National Federation of the Blind By Martine Abel-Williamson, World Blind Union Treasurer In July I...

Elizabeth East smiling

Elizabeth East and guide dog Yates Adaptive technology training helped Elizabeth East assist her friend in an emergency. Elizabeth and...

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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...

Thomas Bryan using an iPhone

In the second episode of our technology podcast, host Thomas Bryan talks to Jessica from WayAround, an app that provides...

Ezekiel Robson is smiling

Ezekiel Robson, who has low vision, was fed up with the under representation of people with disabilities in leadership roles....

Dick Lancaster is riding on a horse

Dick Lancaster, who is totally blind, says riding his horse Chumley is not that different to having a guide dog...

The team at Blind Foundation Guide Dogs give some tips on how to keep safe on the streets in low...

Black labrador puppy in a red guide dog coat

Before I became a guide dog user, travelling for leisure or work involved sorting what I needed for family or...