Taxi meters that ‘talk’ are becoming available in Australian cabs. Commuters will be able to ask taxi drivers to turn on the optional audio feature. The meters will announce the starting fare, the fare as it increases and the final amount.
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The Australian Senate has supported a motion which could force television stations to introduce audio description services for blind and vision impaired.
myGov will be the only way to access your Centrelink online account in the near future. You will need to create a mygov account and link your Centrelink online account. Visit myGov and follow the prompts. For help creating a myGov account, linking Centrelink or recovering your username or password, visit myGov and select Need help? Or, call the myGov help desk on 13273 307 and select option 1.
Guide Dogs Qld has partnered with the Queensland Government to trial a new generation audible information system on the bus network. The Step-Hear ® system provides blind and vision impaired people with audible messages outlining bus station facilities, bus stop locations and details of which stop bus routes leave from. For further information call (07) 3500 9060.
If you are on Disability Support Pension / Disability Support Pension Blind and plan to travel overseas, the period you can receive your pension for will reduce from 6 weeks to 4 weeks in a 12 month period.
From 1 January 2015, if you are outside Australia for more that 4 weeks in a 12 month period your payment may stop.
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