NZ Deaf News: Autumn/Winter 1990 (Vol. 24, No. 1)

Some of the items featured in the Autumn/Winter 1990 (Vol. 24, No. 1) issue of ‘New Zealand Deaf News’:

  • NZAD changed its motto from ‘Deafness – Let’s Face it’ to ‘The Voice Of Deaf People’. 
  • NZAD has been given a legacy from the late Bruce McHattie, to be used to purchase a house in Glen Eden (26 Glendale Road). 
  • Kevin Stokes writes an article on his experiences at Gallaudet during its Deaf Way conference, also attended by a number of other Kiwis. 
  • Marianne Collins-Ahlgren received her PhD in Wellington, with Freda Pearce interpreting. This was probably the first time sign language interpreting was provided at a graduation ceremony in New Zealand. 
  • Christchurch Deaf Youth Club is established.

  1. Ava Buzzard

  2. Bruce McHattie

  3. Christine Martin

  4. Daniel Beech

  5. David McKee

  6. Eileen Smith

  7. Freda Pearce

  8. Graeme Kennedy

  9. Hilary McCormack

  10. Jennifer Brain

  11. Joan Bailey

  12. John Hunt

  13. Kathleen French

  14. Ken Brain

  15. Ken Jillings

  16. Kevin Stokes

  17. Lorraine Nilsson

  18. Lyndsay Jones

  19. Malcolm Ward

  20. Margaret Coutts

  21. Marianne Collins-Ahlgren

  22. Marilyn Welham

  23. Maureen Tompson

  24. Pat Dugdale

  25. Rachel Locker McKee

  26. Robert Algie

  27. Rodney Roberts

  28. Terry Walbran

  29. Tony Walton

Reference number DN1990-24-1-MJN