Wellington actor Jacob Dombroski has added one more achievement to his growing list. He has landed a role on the TV soap Shortland Street.
Sailability Wellington Trust has opened a $250,000 all-tide jetty on Porirua Harbour to provide more days on the water and better facilities for sailors with disabilities.
It took nearly a year to find Bailey, a replacement horse for Richmond Riding for the Disabled, but the big Clydesdale-cross is now getting ready for his first riders.
Christchurch dance company Jolt Dance is holding a two-day workshop In October for teachers interested in using dance, music and movement to engage people with disabilities.
Leading American neurologist Dr Seth Keller will speak at seminar on intellectual disability and dementia being held in Auckland, in September.
Māpura Studios is starting a new performance art group bringing together many different forms of art-making.
It took nearly three years to raise the money, but Sailability Wellington Trust has started building a new jetty on Porirua Harbour to provide better facilities and more days on the water for sailors with disabilities.
Outstanding performers Duncan Armstrong and Jacob Dombroski, who presented solo shows at the Auckland and Wellington Fringe Festivals, will talk about their performances on Friday 25 May at the Arts Access Aotearoa Annual General Meeting in Wellington.