Some of the items featured in the 1966-67 Summer Issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 4, No. 2):
- An editorial on the unlikeness of the Child Welfare Division allowing the adoption of a child by a deaf couple, for “who would hear the baby crying?!”
- ADS reports that there will be seven deaf couples getting married this year, and so, there will be more chances of winning the married and single tug-o-war competition!
- The final meeting of the Friends of the Deaf was held in the lounge of Christchurch Deaf Club, with the Club’s President thanking the FOD for all they had done.
- The Auckland indoor basketball team recaps its year, with its team capturing the Cunliffe Cup again, beating Christchurch 58-6, the highest score since 1951.