Keep up with what New Zealand amputees are doing around the country and internationally in our news section. Articles from newspapers, magazines and websites – all with a focus on NZ amputees and issues that concern them.
Limb Centre annual shutdown dates for the Christmas & New Year period.
All centres will be closed from midday Thursday 24 December 2015 and reopening again on Tuesday 5 January 2016.
The team at NZALS would like to take this opportunity to send you season greetings, best wishes for a happy holiday and a wonderful New Year.
Read the full news article about Limb Centre closure dates over Christmas & New Year
NZALS CEO Sean Gray talks to Radio Live’s Mark Sainsbury about future technologies in the field of prosthetics
Read the full news article about The place and future of robotics in prosthetics
Waiheke resident Wayne Johnston is an avid golf player and responsible for starting the Waiheke Amputee Golf Tournament on Waiheke Island that has become a national event.
Read the full news article about Waiheke Amputee Golf Tournament back on home turf
Deanna Marsden is the youngest person in NZ to have radical surgery known as rotationplasty where her lower leg has been reattached backwards and will act as a knee for her new prosthetic limb.
Read the full news article about Brave Deanna back home and cancer-free after radical amputation surgery
Professional Speaking for Migrants graduate Sandeep Uppal's career is going from strength to strength
Read the full news article about Sandeep’s Story in LINKZ
While some 13-year-olds attend swimming lessons reluctantly, North Canterbury amputee Grace Johnstone relishes every visit to the pool.
Read the full news article about Swimming gives 13-year-old amputee freedom
Ian Winson lost both his legs in a horrific explosion four years ago and is taking on the New York Marathon
Read the full news article about Double amputee Ian Winson to take on New York Marathon
Good sort and double amputee Charlie Hutchison helps out in the Waipawa community for his ‘usual price’ of a cup of tea and a scone.
Read the full news article about Good sorts: Charlie Hutchison
Pam Cleverley says implementation of government's disability strategy would make life much easier.
Read the full news article about Waiheke mum of quadruple amputee fights for change
Sean ‘No limits’ Prendeville amazes us yet again…this time with snow skiing.
Read the full news article about A foot for a knee no barrier for Sean Prendeville