A world champion and a new cycling enthusiast will be riding alongside each other in a gruelling adventure to raise money for respite and other support services for people with disabilities in the ACT region.
Gippsland woman Kerryn Carpenter has always wanted to travel the world – now the world is coming to her.
When newly arrived refugees and migrants settle in the area, she is one of the first people they meet. Her job is to welcome them and help them establish their lives in Australia.
Liverpool Smart Centre staff have won the people’s choice award in a national photography competition to celebrate workplace diversity.
When Batemans Bay woman Kaaren sees her teenage son Lachlan’s beaming face, her heart fills with love and gratitude.
Community Engagement Officer Chris Lusham has won a national photography competition with his portrait celebrating the pride flag.
Moving on up – Article and photograph courtesty of News Corp – The Sunday Mail, October 2019 – posAbility
Armidale man Matt Teece has his dream job helping newly arrived refugees and migrants establish their lives in the city.
A dementia diagnosis taught Brisbane woman Maryanne Oliver to see the beauty in every moment she shares with her mother.
Cairns woman Hazel Oosen has spent 40 years working with Indigenous communities in Far North Queensland. She’ll spend NAIDOC Week reflecting on that time and celebrating her culture with family and friends.
When Australians are struggling, Andrew Gregory hits the road. As part of the Mobile Servicing Team, he’s visited around 700 towns and travelled thousands of kilometres in purpose built trucks to deliver desperately needed support around the country.