Seventy-one-year-old Cremorne resident and well-known North Shore businessman Bruce is proof that losing your sight doesn't have to stop you from living the life you want.
Seven-year-old Jeremy was among a number of children who are blind or vision impaired who experienced walking with a Guide Dog for the first time, at a camp in Wollongong on the weekend.
The winners of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT's Valentine's Day 'Puppy Love' puppy naming competition enjoyed the ultimate Valentine's Day gift, meeting the two Guide Dog puppies named after their winning entries, 'Phil' and 'Heidi' respectively.
At just three months of age, a golden Labrador puppy named Tulip (pictured) has begun her journey to become a Guide Dog, thanks to the generosity of visitors attending last year's Tulip Time festival in the Southern Highlands.
The Central Coast Guide Dogs NSW/ACT Volunteer Support Group is urgently seeking volunteers to help with their local fundraising activities.
The iVote® system will be offered as an alternate voting option to enable people who may have difficulty casting a vote at a polling place or voting independently.
Guide Dogs encourages anyone with a vision impairment who is aged 65 or under to get in touch.
James is the first person with blindness to call and describe test match cricket nationally.