Latest Accessibility News

New Intellectual Disability Health Service launches in Adelaide’s north
Sun, surf and celebration of all abilities
Becoming an inclusive and accessible region
IDPwD – Greens Commit to Making Trains, Beaches and Public Institutions Accessible
Taste summer event offers access to all
Modern trams boosting accessibility
Ipswich set to be home of Australia’s largest animal genomics lab
Government marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities
Giving your business access to accessibility
Government releases exposure draft legislation on reinsurance pool
New Chief Accessibility Advocate
New Advocate To Shape More Accessible Transport Network
Sale Residents Get First Serve At Revamped Tennis Centre
Disability Inclusion Planning Group
Community Sport Equipped With More Jobs To Return To Play
Pharmac Review interim report released
Creating Disability Inclusive Workplaces
Bayside Keep Australia Beautiful NSW Award Nomination – Recycled Organics Award
Applications now open for Regional Connectivity Program funding 2 December
City recognises International Day of People with Disability by releasing Access Keys
Easing requirements for bus and public transport operators
Community to have their say in West Coast Highway planning study
Work starts on Huntingfield park and ride
HIV self-testing devices to roll out
Marvellous new facilities at magnificent Minyon Falls
Refurbishment of Tom Kelly Athletic Track
Hundreds of projects boost regional communities
Applications open for $200 million sports boost
Making Parramatta inclusive for all
Queensland Rail calls for customers to slow down and take care after hundreds of slips, trips and falls at stations
Winners: 2021 City of Melton Business Excellence Awards
Council delivers first Changing Places facility for people with high support needs
Sinead Sheils wins 2021 Hepatitis NSW Cheryl Burman Award
Towards accessible footpaths for all
Council adopts Policy to balance business benefit and community safety
Covid Protection Framework supported by new testing and contact tracing strategy
WHO releases HIV drug resistance report 2021
Contracts worth $3.8 million awarded by Ballarat City Council
Smart Farm partnership drives Queensland agriculture of future
City welcomes changes to e-scooter use
V/Line stations go virtual
Lions Park Gunbower roars into action
New wharf in Fiji symbol of partnership
Improving heart safety on Peninsula
Australians tell us what they want in parks and playgrounds
Asphalt works commence along Broken River Shared Path
Two More Level Crossings Gone For Good On Road To 50
NSW Disability Inclusion Plan unveiled