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Liv Chance goes to kick a football during a match
Liv's Story: Looking to create a legacy in Tokyo
After suffering an awful ACL injury, Liv Chance is once again match-ready and back in action on the world's largest stage.
19 July 2021
5 minute read
Justice Centre
ACC welcomes new Board members
Our Board Chair, Dame Paula Rebstock has announced two new appointments to our Board.
27 July 2021
2 minute read
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Anna's story: Taking a leap of faith towards Tokyo
Paralympian gold medallist Anna Grimaldi has overcome two years of injury woes to get back to her best and defend her title in Tokyo.
8 July 2021
5 minute read
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Anna's story: Taking a leap of faith towards Tokyo
Paralympian gold medallist Anna Grimaldi has overcome two years of injury woes to get back to her best and defend her title in Tokyo.
8 July 2021
5 minute read
Trevor Markham with grandchild
Trevor’s story: How a fall ended five decades of hard work
When an experienced engineer fell from a superyacht onto a concrete floor, many years as a hard-working employee came crashing to an end.
9 June 2021
5 minute read
Football team in green kit winning trophy
Kenny's Story: How pushing through the pain held back a football star
After trying to manage and cope with an injury by himself, Kenny Halliday discusses how important looking after your body on the pitch really is.
25 May 2021
4 minute read
Dairy Farm 1
$2.9 Million awarded to four new safety schemes
We’re investing $22 million over five years to roll out a workplace injury prevention grants programme – aimed at influencing change in health and safety.
30 July 2021
3 minute read
Marc Gascoigne on the farm
How a farmer bounced back from depression
Stress is causing many New Zealand farmers to suffer preventable injuries. Marc Gascoigne talks about his journey and his advice to others.
3 June 2021
3 minute read
Farmer working by trailer
Helping our farmers look after themselves and their flock
Our biggest export is at the highest risk of injury, so we partner with Farmstrong to help keep those in the field safe.
11 May 2021
4 minute read
Seedling sprouts in pot between child's hands
We're creating a $50m climate change impact fund
After announcing a health and safety fund last year, we are proud to announce a second impact fund that's working for a positive future.
22 June 2021
3 minute read
Award winner group pose for photo
Congratulating the winners of the Workplace Health and Safety Awards
Celebrating excellence in the prevention of workplace injuries and ill-health.
3 June 2021
3 minute read
Two people hold hands over coffee
Supporting survivors of sexual abuse and assault
We are letting survivors of sexual abuse and assault know that support is available for them.
28 May 2021
3 minute read
Parker Aluesi
From a childhood injury to teenage golfing success
From a distance, Parker Aluesi looks like any other golfer, but get a bit closer and you realise that his journey has been far from straightforward.
12 January 2021
5 minute read
trampoline glitch
Jumping for joy? Or calling for help?
Last year we helped 200,000 children recover from an injury. We want tamariki to stay safe and active, but we're here for care and recovery if injuries happen.
20 December 2020
2 minute read
Mother and daughter talking, leaning against a fence
How talking about feelings with your children can help keep them safer from abuse
Listening to your children’s feelings helps build a strong and supportive relationship. Clinical psychologist Kathryn McPhillips offers advice.
7 May 2020
6 minute read