When Linda Ongley ran the City2surf last year for the first time she vowed it would be her last endurance race, but a year later she plans to pound the pavement once again, this time in the Blackmores Running Festival.
A Lidcombe pharmacy is the first business in the suburb to adopt a model Guide Dog, to help raise awareness, and much needed funds, for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Elaine Heskett's Guide Dog, Darcy has given her the independence to lead a very busy life and has learnt the route to the bank, bus, hairdressers, post office and CWA in a very short period of time.
Richard Newberry spends his days cycling through the streets of Tamworth or fishing with his mates since his retirement, but his Guide Dog, Henny, is never too far away.
Nigel Partridge plans to tick a major achievement off his bucket list when he runs up 1,504 steps in the Sydney Tower Stair Challenge, but it is not simply a fitness goal.
Thirty-four years after Opposition Leader Luke Foley last ran up the gruelling "Heartbreak Hill" in The Sun-Herald City2surf, he is pulling on his jogging shoes one more time to take on the 14 kilometre course to raise funds for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
As five Guide Dogs graduated from training earlier this month to begin their important role in enhancing the independence of a person who is blind or vision Impaired, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is searching for more Puppy Raisers.
A Guide Dogs NSW/ACT school holiday program aimed at giving children with vision impairment the skills to safely catch public transport had youngsters getting on-board Sydney trains this month.
For the third year running, Guide Dogs has been voted Australia's Most Trusted Charity in the Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.
Meet the new Guide Dog graduates