Some of the items featured in the 1967 issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 4, No. 4):
- The editorial features the need for a full-time Welfare Officer for Deaf people, with Bruce McHattie feeling ill equipped to do this.
- Delegates to the NZ Deaf Sports Association were held up by fog at both the Christchurch and Auckland airport, with one having to return back home halfway through the trip!
- ‘School News’ column about a Saturday workshop at Kelston School for Deaf that discussed sex education for Deaf children, mental health, teaching of reading and social studies. St Dominics students are able to travel home on the weekends
- Sen Smith is featured in the Evening Post on his indoor bowl endeavours.
- ‘Touring Overseas by Car and Caravan’ an article about Cyril Allen, former principal of the Kelston School for Deaf, and his wife’s travels overseas by plane, rail and boat.
- Participants at the NZ Deaf Table Tennis Championship in Palmerston North made the trip to St Dominics in Feilding on their off-day to explore the classrooms and to chat to the kids.