November 21, 2019

Aretha Knox, from our Hearing House family was a part of the Power of Speech event earlier in October this year. Aretha took part in the event at the parliament house at Canberra to address some of  Australia's most powerful politicians on the topic "My Hearing Future"...

September 9, 2019


A wearable device developed by researchers at the University of Auckland which allows the hearing-impaired to feel music has been described as “life-changing” by one user.

Called Muss-Bits (Musical Sensory Substitution Bits) it has also been named...

September 5, 2019

The new Chief Executive at The Hearing House says she was drawn to the organisation by its legacy.

Dr Claire Green, a former lawyer, first heard about the charity when she was working with Chris Moore more than 11 years ago.

They were at law firm Meredith Connell and he...

September 5, 2019

For almost 100 years, the house at 251 Campbell Rd has had a history of kindness and giving.

The double-storey bungalow has been home to doctors, a vicar, and since 1999, to The Hearing House. 

It is believed the Auckland Hospital Board built the home, on the corner of C...

July 30, 2019

Are you ready to get LOUD this September?

Loud Shirt Day is being held on September 27, 2019 and we need your support.

The annual fundraiser raises money for the paediatric programmes at The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme – charities dedicated...

July 26, 2019

A supermarket trip to buy groceries for his mum resulted in a relationship that will benefit The Hearing House for years to come.

Neil Duncan was in the Glen Innes Pak n Save when his attention was drawn to two happy children in a supermarket trolley who had “something”...

June 4, 2019

What started out as a two-year partnership has turned into a long-term relationship between The Warehouse and The Hearing House.

The Warehouse began supporting The Hearing House in 2013. A group of stores, known as Region 8, were carrying out a two year campaign to rais...

May 28, 2019

When Scott Johnston began working for The Hearing House in March 2004, it was to carry out a short-term IT project.

Fifteen years later he is switching the board meetings and office work of a Chief Executive for travelling and working on his lifestyle block.

Scott retire...

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