Commonwealth Games Australia (CGA) presented the Kurt Fearnley scholarship to six young and promising Para-sport athletes.
Paralympics Australia chief executive Lynne Anderson has claimed the national governing body's preparations for Tokyo 2020 "continue at pace", despite the coronavirus pandemic casting doubt over whether this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games will go ahead as planned.
Four of Australia's best para paddlers have earned nominations for selection to the Australian Paralympic Team ahead of Tokyo 2020 after promising performances at the Paddle Australia Canoe Sprint Championships in Sydney.
Paralympics Australia was honoured by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) for its leadership in the pursuit of gender equality.
Four leading Australian sports organisations have partnered to form the Alliance for Sport Recovery, which will raise funds to help communities impacted be the bushfires to return to playing sport.
Paralympics Australia has today re-launched its Paralympic Education Project (PEP).
Paralympics Australia has launched its own fan engagement platform to boost the reputation of para-sport in the country before Tokyo 2020.
Paralympics Australia has released the first of a series of videos set to profile athletes and their journeys to the this year's Paralympic Games, named "Ready Set Tokyo".
Paralympics Australia has paid tribute to historian and filmmaker Don Worley, following his death aged 85.
A target of dramatically increasing the number of Para-ice hockey players in Australia with the aim of qualifying for the 2022 Paralympic Games in Beijing has been set following the signing of a new agreement.
Paralympics Australia chief executive Lynne Anderson received the prize for Leadership at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Sport Performance Awards.
Paralympics Australia has welcomed the Queensland Government’s decision to bid for the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games bid, which it claims can help to achieve a barrier-free society in the country.
Six-time Paralympian Danni Di Toro and four-time Paralympian Ryley Batt have today been named co-captains of Australia's team for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Paralympics Australia is in mourning following the death of legendary eight-time Paralympian Kieran Modra.
Australian Paralympians have been given a boost in their preparations for Tokyo 2020 after the City of Sydney donated AUD$60,000 (£32,200/$41,400/€37,300) towards travel and accommodation costs.