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Paralympian Nikita Howarth announces her retirement looking to the future
Published on 8-May-2019

Paralympian Nikita Howarth announces her retirement looking to the future

Paralympian Nikita Howarth has announced her retirement from Para sport today due to medical reasons. Howarth became New Zealand’s youngest ever Paralympian at the age of 13 when she made her...
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A more even playing field for disabled people
Published on 11-Mar-2019

A more even playing field for disabled people

A major new University of Waikato scholarship aims to help open up sport and active recreation for disabled people regardless of their impairments.
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Wellington disabled sporting organisation gets a makeover
Published on 11-Mar-2019

Wellington disabled sporting organisation gets a makeover

Parafed Wellington celebrates 50 years with new name and brand.

 

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PNZ celebrates 50th Anniversary by announcing official recognition plans for all 209 Paralympians in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020
Published on 9-Oct-2018

PNZ celebrates 50th Anniversary by announcing official recognition plans for all 209 Paralympians in the lead-up to Tokyo 2020

This evening Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) will mark its 50th Anniversary as the National Paralympic Committee for New Zealand. During the event PNZ will announce plans to officially recognise and...
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Cameron Leslie appointed National Para Swimming Development Coordinator
Published on 17-Sep-2018

Cameron Leslie appointed National Para Swimming Development Coordinator

Swimming NZ (SNZ), in partnership with Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ), is delighted to announce the appointment of triple Paralympic gold medallist and world record holder Cameron Leslie to the new...
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An invitation to help develop a Disability Active Recreation and Sport Strategy
Published on 10-Sep-2018

An invitation to help develop a Disability Active Recreation and Sport Strategy

Sport NZ is working with Lumin consultants to develop a national strategy for disability active recreation and sport.
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Paralympics New Zealand kick starts $1.1 m fundraising drive as kiwis ‘go gold’ and Official Partner, Harvey Norman announced
Published on 7-Sep-2018

Paralympics New Zealand kick starts $1.1 m fundraising drive as kiwis ‘go gold’ and Official Partner, Harvey Norman announced

Today saw Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) officially kick start the fundraising drive for the New Zealand Paralympic Team on the road to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, with $1.1 million targeted by...
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Jana Rangooni wins Emerging Director Award in governance by the Institute of Directors
Published on 28-Aug-2018

Jana Rangooni wins Emerging Director Award in governance by the Institute of Directors

Paralympics New Zealand board member, Jana Rangooni, has been recognised as an emerging talent in governance by the Institute of Directors’ (IoD).
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Paralympian Kate Horan has been appointed to the New Zealand Artificial Limb Service Board for three years
Published on 21-Aug-2018

Paralympian Kate Horan has been appointed to the New Zealand Artificial Limb Service Board for three years

Paralympian Kate Horan has been appointed to the New Zealand Artificial Limb Service Board for three years.

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Para swimmers making splash at Development Camps across the country
Published on 18-Jun-2018

Para swimmers making splash at Development Camps across the country

Throughout the month of May, Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) delivered a series of Para swimming development camps designed to encourage and support up-and-coming Para athletes and coaches along...
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