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  • NZ squad announced for world’s first Blind Rugby international test

    22 June, 2017 | Dan Shepherd

    Media Release Thursday 22 June 2017   NZ squad announced for world’s first Blind Rugby international tests   The first ever New Zealand Blind Rugby team has been named to face the touring Blind Lions on Thursday 6 July at QBE Stadium in the world’s first Blind Rugby international test match.   Blind Rugby is […]

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  • Welcome to the Family – Four Winds

    5 May, 2017 | Dan Shepherd

    Blind Sport New Zealand appreciates all of the Blind Sport New Zealand family of funding partners, who, through their generosity and support, make blind and low vision sports and recreation possible. This week, Blind Sport New Zealand is excited to welcome a new member of the family – the Four Winds Foundation. On behalf of […]

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  • Blind Jacks Bag Medals

    4 May, 2017 | Dan Shepherd

    The New Zealand Blind Jacks, New Zealand’s national blind and low vision lawn bowls team, have returned home from the IBBA World Championships in Cape Town, South Arfica, winning two Silver medals at the 2017 tournament. STUFF.CO.NZ and the Waikato Times featured the Kiwi medal winners in a feature article recent. READ THE STORY HERE

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  • Space Station Supports Sport

    17 March, 2017 | Dan Shepherd

    Following the relocation of Blind Sport New Zealand’s national office to Awhina House in Parnell, Auckland, Blind Sport New Zealand is excited to welcome Space Station Storage Solutions Parnell to the Blind Sport New Zealand family of blind and low vision sport and recreation supporters. Space Station join the family of partners as Blind Sport New […]

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  • Blind Sport New Zealand moving National Office to Awhina House

    31 January, 2017 | Dan Shepherd

    Blind Sport New Zealand is excited to announce that the lead organization for blind and low vision sports and recreation in New Zealand will start the new year in new offices. Relocation of the Blind Sport New Zealand’s national office will be effective as at February 1st 2017, and will see the National Disability Sports […]

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  • Meet the Board

    10 December, 2016 | Dan Shepherd

    Blind Sport New Zealand is pleased to introduce the new Blind Sport New Zealand Board of Directors, elected at the recent Annual General Meeting of Blind Sport New Zealand Incorporated, and responsible for the governance of the national disability sports organization. Returning to the Board, Mike Lloyd joined the Blind Sport New Zealand Board of […]

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  • Blind Jacks Announced

    1 December, 2016 | Dan Shepherd

    New Zealand Blind Lawn Bowls Association has announced the New Zealand side that will travel to Cape Town in South Africa in March 2017 to take on the world’s best blind and low vision lawn bowlers at the World Championships. The squad named includes – B1 David Monk/Director Kath Monk B2 Glenn Hanneman/Director Bernard Yeo […]

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  • Notice of Annual General Meeting 2016

    19 October, 2016 | Dan Shepherd

    Wednesday 19 October 2016 Blind Sport New Zealand Incorporated NOTICE OF 2016 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING In accordance with the Blind Sport New Zealand Constitution, Blind Sport New Zealand Incorporated wishes to hereby provide formal notice of the 2016 Blind Sport New Zealand Incorporated Annual General Meeting (AGM). Blind Sport New Zealand Incorporated Annual General Meeting […]

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  • Paralympics NZ Taking Para-Sports to Public

    18 October, 2016 | Dan Shepherd

    Following a record equaling haul of 21 medals at the recent RIO2016 Paralympic Summer Games, Paralympics New Zealand are set to take Para-Sport to the New Zealand sporting public through their ACC Paralympics New Zealand Open Days in Auckland, Cambridge and Christchurch. Auckland will play host to the first event in the series on Friday […]

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  • NZCT Back on Board

    2 October, 2016 | Dan Shepherd

    Blind Sport New Zealand, and the blind and low vision sports community, want to acknowledge the continued support of New Zealand Community Trust, with the national funding organisation reconfirming their commitment to the growth and development of blind and low vision sport and recreation as a funding partner. NZCT’s continued support is greatly appreciated and […]

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