May is for macula

Mirroring its counterpart across the Tasman, the Macular Degeneration New Zealand (MDNZ) team is marking ‘Macula Month’ from 1-31 May.

Eye Institute’s new community trust

Eye Institute is formalising its social endeavours under a new community trust, which initially will be focused on providing assistance to Auckland-based...

New Auckland DHB chairs announced

Health Minister Dr David Clark has announced new chairs to lead Auckland’s three District Health Boards. The Auckland, Waitemata and Counties-Manukau...

First Sanderson Scholarship

First Sanderson Scholarship Less than a year after announcing the establishment of the Gordon Sanderson Scholarship, Glaucoma New Zealand (GNZ) has announced...

Greenlane ups low vision services

The low vision (LV) clinic at Greenlane Clinical Centre has recently welcomed two new optometrists to its team. Deepa Kumar and Deborah Chan, have joined...

New vision-tech hub unveiled

Australian low vision service provider, Vision Australia, has opened a new interactive site so people who are visually-impaired can experience the abundance...

Low Vision Day: a real eye-opener

How do you tell someone they’re losing their sight? What can you do to really help a low vision patient? How do you explain the often-complex web of support...

Innovative MIDO trends

“Mido is to eyewear what Oscar night is to cinema,” said Giovanni Vitaloni, Mido president at this year’s event in Milan.Organisers said the 48th Mido...

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