NZ Deaf News: 1968 (Vol. 6, No. 1)

Some of the items featured in the 1968 Issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 6, No. 1):

  • The annual subscription to the New Zealand Deaf News is 50 cents, due September each year.
  • Auckland has its own full-time Welfare Officer, or Social Worker. Trevor Fear’s new position is called ‘pioneering’ and could lead to the appointment of other Welfare Officers in other parts of New Zealand.
  • St Dominics provides an update on the students’ activities at the school, and its upcoming preparations for its Silver Jubilee in 1969! Kelston reports that it has been busy planning for a record intake of deaf youngsters during 1969 and 1970.
  • Results from the NZ Deaf Convention in Christchurch, with athletics, table tennis, badminton, basketball, bowls – with a picnic on the Sunday afterwards.
  • An extract from the NZ Women’s Weekly, with an article on John Keogh, a Deaf dress designer.
  • Deaf Organisations
  • TV/Media
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