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Puppy Raisers Shauna and Melinda with the Guide Dogs they raised, Gibbs and Sadie
10 December, 2015

Huge crowd enjoys graduation

Hundreds of people cheered and clapped as the red carpet was rolled out for eight very special graduates in Martin Place on Tuesday.

09 December, 2015

New low vision service

To help people with vision loss stay confident and independent, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT has launched a new free low vision service that comes to your home or workplace.

iPhone screen displaying the Guide Dogs logo
30 November, 2015

New GPS app launched

People who are blind or vision impaired will no longer need to juggle two location apps to navigate their way around the city, thanks to the launch of the Guide Dogs NSW/ACT GPS app.

Finch lying on grass
25 November, 2015

Proud Puppy Raiser

Katrina Wicks won't be able to hide her excitement as she proudly wears her heart on her sleeve and cheers on two-year-old Finch at a very special graduation ceremony next month.

NSW Taxi Council Communications and Stakeholder Relations Manager Andrew McBride and Taxis Combined Marketing Executive Vito Giordano with Guide Dog puppy, Lucas.
18 November, 2015

Generous taxi drivers

NSW Taxi drivers raised funds to sponsor their second Guide Dog puppy, which will go on to help someone who is blind or vision impaired.

A puppy lying on top of gifts
16 November, 2015

Pawfect Christmas presents

Help Santa Paws deliver gifts to Guide Dog puppies this Christmas by purchasing a present that will assist a bouncy young Labrador in training.

Henry sits behind a desk, pats his dog Slick
12 November, 2015

Designer's generous donation

A beautifully constructed chair will help people who are blind or vision impaired thanks to industrial designer Henry Wilson.

A person walking with a Guide Dog, pictured from waist down
09 November, 2015

Newcastle office celebrates

Guide Dogs NSW/ACT's Newcastle branch is celebrating 25 years of assisting people who are blind or vision impaired to move around their environment safely and independently.