Some of the items featured in the 1973 issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 10, No. 4):
- The New Zealand Deaf News team looks back at a ‘successful year for Deaf News’, at 25 cents a copy, Alan Young shares pride in the success and longevity of the volunteer run publication ‘which is produced by deaf people for deaf people.’
- 50 more teleprinters to be distributed to the Deaf across New Zealand.
- Updates from St Dominic’s included a Parents Day and an upcoming camping trip “bush school” in the Pohangina Valley.
- Ray Forman observes the learning environment at Onekawa Kindergarten in Napier, with both Deaf and hearing children integrated and interviews Jan Robertson, a speech therapist and teacher at the kindergarten.
- The 1973 Deaf Sports Convention held in Auckland was a wonderful and busy weekend of competition, full results of all the games are printed in pages 23 to 28.