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  1. 1991
    MAGAZINE – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Communicate: December 1991

  2. 1987
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: December 1987 (Vol. 1 No. 4)

  3. 1989
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: December 1989 (Vol. 3, No. 4)

  4. 1990
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: June 1990 (Vol. 4, No. 2)

  5. 1991
    JOURNAL – NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THE DEAF

    NFD Journal: March 1991 (Vol. 5, No. 1)

  6. 1990
    Video — Donated by Deaf Aotearoa Image of Deaf Aotearoa

    Opening of the Bruce McHattie House

    The ceremony and speeches to open McHattie House, used as the national office for NZAD.

  7. 1989
    Video — Donated by Manawatu Deaf Society Image of Manawatu Deaf Society

    16th World Games for the Deaf, Christchurch

    Opening ceremony and events at the 16th World Games for the Deaf, Christchurch 1989.

  8. 1989
    Video — Donated by Kerry Titcombe Image of Kerry Titcombe

    16th World Games for Deaf - News Review segment

    News Review coverage of the 16th World Games for the Deaf in Christchurch 1989.

  9. 1985
    Video — Donated by Victoria University of Wellington Image of Victoria University of Wellington

    First interpreting course graduation - 1985

    The Sign Language Interpreting course graduation ceremony September 1985, after 14 weeks training.

  10. 1987
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    'Deaf Book': First NZSL dictionary makes it to print

    Dan Levitt’s work on the first NZSL dictionary in 1985 popularised the name, ‘New Zealand Sign Language’. In this news segment, Dan describes the different between the English Signing System and NZSL.

  11. 1985
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    First sign language interpreting course

    An insight into the teaching and learning of those involved in the first sign language interpreting course in New Zealand 1985.

  12. 1987
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    News Review now includes 'hand sign language'

    In 1987, News Review became the first New Zealand programme to incorporate NZSL in its production. The show ceased in 1991 and to date, there has not been a similar programme using Deaf presenters or NZSL in full.

  13. 1987
    Video — Donated by Television New Zealand Archive Image of Television New Zealand Archive

    'Spot On' visits a Deaf basketball training session

    The educational TV series ‘Spot On’, visits a Deaf basketball training session to catch up with Royce Flynn and Megan Mansfield, and understand how the sport is played by Deaf athletes, and controlled by a Deaf referee.

  14. 1989
    Video — Donated by Rodney Roberts Image of Rodney Roberts

    Handheld footage of the closing ceremony of the 16th World Games for the Deaf

    Handheld footage from the stadium shows the closing ceremony of the 16th World Games for the Deaf held in Christchurch. Athletes parade into the stadium to witness closing speeches with their family and fans looking on.

  15. 1987
    Video — Donated by Deaf Society of Canterbury Image of Deaf Society of Canterbury

    ‘News Review’ puts a spotlight on the New Zealand Deaf Games in Christchurch over the weekend of 23 – 26 October 1987

    The 32nd New Zealand Games for the Deaf is featured on News Review, covering athletics, basketball, table tennis, lawn bowls and netball. The question, ‘Why have a Deaf Games?’ is put forward to competitors and officials! Footage also features the much appreciated ‘Canterbury Duck’ that Deaf kids had requested more of!

  16. 1987
    Video — Donated by Deaf Society of Canterbury Image of Deaf Society of Canterbury

    Athletics at the 32nd Annual NZ Games for the Deaf: Christchurch 1987

    The popular athletics interclub and open championship ran to a tight program, from 8:00am to 12:00 noon. The Oxspring Shield for interclub athletics went to Auckland with 32 points. The 32nd Annual NZ Games for the Deaf in Christchurch provided valuable experience for hosting the World Deaf Games to be held in Christchurch in January 1989. At Cowles Stadium, Shona McGhie and Tony Walton are also interviewed by News Review.