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  1. 1960
    ARTICLE – The Auckland Star

    A winter treat for the deaf

    A group of 44 deaf youngsters from Kelston School for the Deaf take a two-day visit to the Ruapehu snowfields.

  2. 1959
    Video — Donated by Auckland Deaf Society Image of Auckland Deaf Society

    Te Pakanga O Whau – The Battle of Whau: Drama by Kelston School for the Deaf

    The Battle of Whau: a drama by Kelston Deaf students for the opening ceremony of Kelston School for the Deaf, 7th November 1959.

  3. 1960
    Video — Donated by Archives New Zealand Image of Archives New Zealand

    Kelston School for the Deaf students treated to a trip to Mt Ruapehu

    Students from Kelston School for the Deaf enjoy a two-day trip to a snowy Mt Ruapehu.

  4. 1959
    Video — Donated by Susan Hamilton Image of Susan Hamilton

    Extended version: Te Pakanga o Whau performs at the opening ceremony of Kelston

    The opening of Kelston on a site in Archibald Road featured the infamous ‘Te Pakanga o Whau’ (The Battle of Whau) in 1959 where 86 deaf students acted in an outside play featuring a Māori-Pakeha battle near a big gum tree field.

  5. 2005
    Video — Donated by AUT Visual Languages Section Image of AUT Visual Languages Section

    Toa Anga Whati Māori

    Māori TV's 'Toa Anga Whati Māori' profiles the Deaf Association of New Zealand on its weekly program, interviewing a series of Deaf people in sports (golf, touch rugby, rugby) before touching upon the job of a Deaf Awareness Officer who delivers training throughout New Zealand.