Due to the overwhelming response to this promotion, entries are now being accepted until 10am Friday November 20th!

The Breeze want to give the gift of hearing thanks to Bay Audiology!


Register below now and tell us who you think deserves the gift of hearing and they will be in to win one complete set of hearing aids to match the winner's needs and circumstances.


As each individual’s requirements will differ, hearing aids need to be personalised to the wearer. On this basis, for binaural hearing loss (loss in both ears) Bay Audiology will be giving away hearing aids worth between $4,000 and $7,000!

You may want to nominate a friend, a family member, a neighbour or a key member of your local community... whoever it is, make sure you read the full Promotion Terms & Conditions HERE. The Breeze suggest you discuss your entry with your nominee, so they are not too surprised or overwhelmed if they are chosen as the winner.

Postal entries will also be accepted, just send us your details, the contact details of the person you are nominating (including your relationship to them) and why they deserve the gift of hearing to The Breeze, Gift of Hearing Promotion, PO Box 8880, Symonds Street, Auckland. Please ensure that you read and accept the Promotion Terms & Conditions before submitting your entry.

All entries must be received no later than 10am on Friday November 20th. The winner will be announced on-air on Monday November 23rd between 6am - 10am.

If you or someone close to you is suffering from hearing loss… simply call Bay Audiology today – 0800 700 856 to book a FREE hearing check.

If you have hearing loss, you’ll also get 50% (up to $44.50) off your diagnostic assessment.
Find out more at www.freehearingcheck.co.nz or click HERE
Who is Bay Audiology?
Bay Audiology is New Zealand’s largest private audiology provider, with over 60 clinics across the country.

How wide spread is hearing loss?
It affects 1 in 10 people – that’s over 420,000 people in NZ. 
Importantly, it takes most of us 7 years to act on hearing loss. This is a major issue - acting quickly is critical in minimising further damage. 
What are some of the symptoms?
Common symptoms include:
- an increased difficulty in hearing high-pitched sounds
- it can sound as if people are mumbling
- you may start to miss everyday sounds, such as birdsong, the telephone or doorbell
People learn to cope, but it can lead to isolation. It is a serious health issue that affects relationships, job productivity and emotional wellbeing.
So what can Bay Audiology do to help?
Bay Audiology helps in three ways:
1. Prevention: raising awareness of hearing loss and challenging the stigma that surrounds it. 
2. By providing a solution – if a solution is possible, we prescribe the latest hearing aid technology
3. And finally, we help through rehabilitation, supporting you with changes in behaviour that can make life easier.