NFD Communicate: December 1991

Some of the items featured in the December 1991 issue of ‘Communicate’:

  • An editorial explaining the change of the name of the journal from ‘NDF Journal’ to’ Communicate’
  • Letters, including one from Peg Makinson (Otago Association for Deaf Children), Sue Townshend (NZAD), David Moskowitz and Pat Dugdale unhappy with the NDF’s Deaf Awareness Week campaign
  • An article by Daniel Beech on Teletext, ‘TVNZ Network News Subtitling - Opening Night’, a new era in subtitles for the Deaf community in New Zealand
  • A feature on Stewart Smith – Deaf achievers award
  • An article focusing on teleprinters, and selling TTY and flashing light alarms
  • The NZ Deaf Sports Association receives an award in Banff, Canada for organising and hosting the World Deaf Games in Christchurch 1989
  • Shona McGhie talking about her work teaching NZSL
  • An update on the committee's work on organising the upcoming Auckland Schools for Deaf 50th Jubilee (1942-1992) at Kelston during Queens Birthday Weekend 1992
  • Deafness Awareness Week reports from all around the country
  • Advertisement for the two year full time ‘Interpreters for the Deaf’ course commencing at AIT in 1992
  • Advertisement for the Northern vs Southern Deaf Regions XV and national sevens rugby tournament in Palmerston, with a $5.00 entry fee per player via cheque!
  • Deaf Organisations
  • TV/Media
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