Latest Accessibility News

Police celebrate International Day of People with Disability with Special Olympics torch run
New resource exploring accessibility of WA’s national parks
CommBank launches 2021-2023 Accessibility and Inclusion Plan
Deaf and Disabled workers call for accessibility and equality
Australian business embraces disability employment but challenges remain
New Changing Places facility for those with a disability
Speakers announced: Join global celebration
Laverton parks to get a green facelift
Maximising Aboriginal employment on Dampier Peninsula
Porirua Police is moving: New Police Hub from
Many Kiwis not taking cholesterol medication consistently
Update: WHO revision of pain management guidelines
Goyen Reserve Car Park Construction
Awards recognise outstanding contributions
After a 20-year hiatus, University grad dedicates his degree to his late mother
A car crash. A brain injury. University nursing grad Philiz Goh persevered – and is helping others do same
More public housing delivered in Auckland
Council provides stamp of approval for $41.2m Sutherland Entertainment Centre upgrade
Residents give Council services tick of approval
Apple’s Cork campus celebrates 40 years of community and looks to future
Including accessibility checks in your return to work preparations
Improving accessibility in public sector
Towradgi Rock Pool works complete – Wollongong
A vision for Moorabbin’s Renewal taking shape
City of Perth to launch free three-hour weekend parking over holiday period
Further Cooma Creek upgrades commence
Council accepts Development Applications through NSW Planning Portal
Remarkable Cave upgrade completed
New playground to drive creeklands revival
A Portrait of Care exhibition breaks down stereotypes and stigma of being in care
Tenders called for first stage of Kingborough Park and Ride
Workers gain bushfire safety skills
Nominations open for 2020 Access Awards
Revamped Logan facility supports people with disability
New partnership to extend mental health support into Australia’s Indigenous communities
$4.6M for Suburban Beautification and Upgrades
Right to Know Week highlights benefits of open government
Our services: New kind of normal 2 October
Patents accessibility review: have your say
Review of Auditor-General Act 1997
Perth City Deal to boost cycling and walking connections in CBD
New female-friendly facilities transforms sports pavilion into welcoming space for all athletes
Three ways to use Access and Inclusion Index to boost your disability confidence
Council to support outdoor dining
Council receives funding for Local Roads and Community Infrastructure
New terminal at Howard Smith Wharves to boost River tourism
State Government funding available for Greater Shepparton sporting clubs
Accessibility upgrade for three Armadale Line train stations