Some of the items featured in the 1964 Winter Issue of ‘NZ Deaf News’ (Vol. 1, No. 4):
- The NZ Deaf News celebrates its one-year anniversary since its first publication. Photographs are now appearing in issues of NZ Deaf News.
- At the June 1963 Conference of New Zealand Deaf Societies held in Wellington, it was agreed that a national association should be set up to deal with sporting activities for deaf people in New Zealand.
- District ‘Round-Up’ from Auckland Deaf Society, Christchurch Deaf Club, Hawkes Bay Deaf Club, Dunedin Deaf Club, Manawatu Deaf Club, Waikato Deaf Club and Wellington Deaf Society.
- An architect’s sketch of the proposed new premises for the Christchurch Deaf Club to be erected on 232 Armagh Street. A successful tenderer has been chosen and work is ready to be commenced. The official opening is hoped to be during Easter 1964.
- Nominations are requested for people interested to be a potential competitor in the upcoming 10th International Games for the Deaf at Washington D.C. in June 1965.