Fri 4 December 2015Disability groups are demanding to know why the Federal Government is refusing say when it will allocate $700 million earmarked for specialised accommodation under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Fri 4 December 2015Part of the group who put together Snapshot
Fri 4 December 2015The Franks family
Fri 4 December 2015Snapshot - Celebrating Our Community is a photography exhibition that showcases the people who live with and support people with disabilities.
Fri 4 December 2015A Hunter businesswoman says being part of the state government's official disability advisory body means she can have a real influence on future reform.
Thu 3 December 2015When Black Mountain School's funky SixDegrees cafe opens to the public it will sell more than just a quality brew.
Thu 3 December 2015The UN Women's initiative to hold 16 days of activism to raise awareness about gender-based violence has entered its second week.
Thu 3 December 2015One of Fiji's leading disability workers says while much of the technology that enables people with disabilities to be employed does exist, it's not yet being utilised.
Thu 3 December 2015A man and a woman suspected of using assault rifles to kill 14 people at a Californian centre for people with disabilities are dead after a shootout with police. A third suspect is in custody.
Thu 3 December 2015There are increasing calls for improvements in the justice system so that disabled people can more easily give evidence in abuse cases.
Thu 3 December 2015Disability advocates are calling for old-fashioned attitudes to be dispelled as part of today's International Day of People with Disability.
Thu 3 December 2015A Hunter Valley father tells Shellharbour residents of his positive experience with the National Disability Insurance Scheme ahead of a national rollout next year.
Thu 3 December 2015A man and a woman suspected of using assault rifles to kill 14 people at a Californian centre for people with disabilities are dead after a shootout with police. A third suspect is in custody. Follow live.
Thu 3 December 2015A man and a woman suspected of using assault rifles to kill 14 people at a Californian disability centre have been shot dead after a confrontation with police.
Thu 3 December 2015US police say a man and a woman armed with assault rifles have been shot dead after killing at least 14 people in a shooting attack at a disability centre near Los Angeles. A third suspect is in custody. Follow live.
Thu 3 December 2015Police say a suspect is "down" after at least 14 people were killed in a shooting attack at a disability centre near Los Angeles. It is believed as many as three gunmen had fled the scene in a black SUV. Follow live.
Thu 3 December 2015Numerous West Australian public sector agencies are at risk of employing inappropriate or unqualified staff because of issues with verifying the identity and credentials of employees, a report finds.
Thu 3 December 2015Police say at least 14 people are dead and more wounded after a shooting attack on a centre for people with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino, California, with as many as three gunmen still at large.
Thu 3 December 2015At least 14 people have been killed by gunmen who remain on the loose after an attack on a disability centre in San Bernardino, California. Follow our live blog.
Thu 3 December 2015Tasmania becomes the third state to sign up to the National Disability Insurance Scheme, with a staggered rollout to be completed by 2018.
Thu 3 December 2015MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's La Liga football league said on Wednesday it had awarded packages of television rights to screen Spanish football matches for the next three seasons to Mediapro for 1.90 billion euros (£1.35 billion) and Telefonica unit DTS for 750 million euros.
Thu 3 December 2015Up to 12 people are reportedly killed and more wounded during a shooting attack on a centre for people with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino, California.
Thu 3 December 2015Staff at the Stockton Centre will walk off the job today over the New South Wales government's plans to privatise the disability services sector.
Thu 3 December 2015A four hour strike is planned on Thursday over fears about the privatisation or outsourcing of 250 New South Wales Government run group homes.
Thu 3 December 2015Energy giant Santos has failed to drum up enough interest among retail investors for its $2.5b entitlement offer.
Wed 2 December 2015The NRL and the 16 clubs have taken a step closer towards agreeing how to divvy up the spoils from the record broadcast agreement after a marathon meeting at Rugby League Central on Wednesday.
Wed 2 December 2015To coincide with International Day of People with Disability Labor has pledged $2 million in funding to disability groups.
Wed 2 December 2015Retail shareholders in Santos have mostly backed the long-term value in the indebted oil and gas producer's portfolio, with 57 per cent take-up of entitlements in the retail component of the $2.5 billion equity raising.
Wed 2 December 2015Cleaning training for people with disabilities through TAFE NSW has provided employment opportunities, independence, and a new-found love of cleanliness in group homes in central west NSW.
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Wed 2 December 2015In many ways Bruce Purvis, Kane Kenny and Mark Williamson are just three regular guys living in a share house together.
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Wed 2 December 2015Energy giant Santos has failed to drum up enough interest among retail investors for its $2.5b entitlement offer.
Wed 2 December 2015A program designed to introduce children with disabilities to surf lifesaving is about to launch at the South Port SLSC.
Wed 2 December 2015The name Goolagong is synonymous with Australian tennis, and now Ian Goolagong is using his passion for the sport as a vehicle for social inclusion.
Tue 1 December 2015Retail investors in Santos are thought to have taken up well less than half their entitlements in the $1.35 billion retail part of the $2.5 billion capital raising, leaving a chunk of shares to be sold.
Tue 1 December 2015After bringing up two children with disabilities in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Jo Russell says misguided attitudes are still a challenge for families and carers
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Tue 1 December 2015We’re celebrating people of all abilities.
Tue 1 December 2015The CEO of a Mildura-based disability organisation is calling for more high-tech approaches to preventing abuse in disability services.
Tue 1 December 2015Boot camps have become a popular method for people looking to challenge themselves, but there is at least one boot camp group in Sydney that puts a twist on working out.
Tue 1 December 2015A state parliamentary inquiry into abuse within the disability services sector has heard the industry is chronically underfunded.
Tue 1 December 2015Anne Kavanagh says she isn't disabled right now. But in 2011, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Mon 30 November 2015British police say two men have scaled Buckingham Palace in an apparent protest over fathers' rights.
Mon 30 November 2015A Victorian parliamentary inquiry into abuse within the disability services sector arrives in Mildura today.
Mon 30 November 2015Young people report stress, school, study and body image as the biggest issues in their personal life, in the biggest survey of its kind in Australia.
Mon 30 November 2015As the world prepares to mark International Day of People with Disability on December 3, SBS Chief Political Correspondent Catherine McGrath shares a very personal story about how disability has affected her family.
Mon 30 November 2015Aged care could face a NDIS shake-up which would give patients a greater say about their services, Health Minister Sussan Ley says.
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