Tour of tomorrow

Given that Silmo is all about eyewear, it was a surprise to find its 2019 Silmo Next exhibition was proposing the practice of the future might not have...

All eyes on Napier

The gorgeous city of Napier, which proudly showcases it’s rise from the devastation of the 1931 earthquake to become the Art Deco capital of New Zealand,...

NZOSS 2019 wrap up

As 2019 comes to a close, the New Zealand Optometry Student Society wraps up its seventh year. We’re happy to report that we’ve had a successful year,...

Love thy frames

Glasses - some love them, some hate them. Some people feel they have no choice but to wear them because, well, they need them. I hated glasses when I was...

Have you future-proofed your business legacy?

Ultimately, business and exit planning isn’t just about money. This is particularly true for the owner operated businesses common among optometry practices....

Low-tech for low vision

Christchurch optometrist John Veale looks beyond the hype of high technology, presenting low-tech solutions to some of the challenges of low vision. A...

Insights and delights

Auckland Eye’s popular Orakei Bay Events Centre dinner served up a healthy dose of insights alongside a delightful dinner. Many local optometrists attended...

A bit of British lands in NZ

British luxury leather goods company Aspinal of London has launched a new eyewear collection in partnership with British eyewear designer and manufacturer...

Morel sun launches

Reflecting its new strategy to focus more on its famous, family-owned French lineage, Morel has made the decision to stop producing sunglasses for its...

Grand gathering at Greenlane

Eye Doctors held their latest ‘Grand Round’ event in late October at Novotel, Greenlane, with subjects including epiretinal membranes, eye drops and strangely,...

International Myopia Congress Tokyo

Central Tokyo seemed a fitting location for the 17th International Myopia Congress (IMC), bringing delegates from across the world to the Japanese capital...

Providing better service at AES

The Acute Eye Service (AES) is the busiest sub-speciality department within one of the busiest outpatients departments in New Zealand, the Eye Department...

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