Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Deaf hostage freed | Money raised for BDA | Deaf health protests

Posted on March 30, 2012

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Deaf health access protest held outside Dundee hospital

Members of the Deaf community in the Scottish city of Dundee have held a protest outside Kings Cross Hospital last week claiming the local health authority has been ignoring Deaf patients’ needs.

Somali pirates free Deaf British hostage

Somali pirates have freed deaf British hostage Judith Tebbutt, 56, more than six months after she was kidnapped from her beach resort in neighbouring Kenya.

Derby signing groups raises £1,000 for BDA

Sign language groups in Derby have helped raise more than £1,000 for the British Deaf Association (BDA) as part of the British Sign Language (BSL) Day national campaign.

Young Deaf students caught having sex on school bus

Two young Deaf students have been caught on camera having sex on a school bus while adults and other students were on board.

Charlton Athletic Deaf FCyoung footballers claim championship title

The Charlton Athletic Deaf Football Club and Remark! Community supported weekly football club for children and youths have reached new heights – they have been crowned champions of an annual tournament for deaf young players, organised by the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) on Sunday 18th March in Reading!

Google Training Take Two

Remark!’s in-house tutor Nadia Nadarajah enjoyed returning to Google to provide a second series of Deaf Awareness Training workshops at Google’s Head Office in Victoria.

Remark! Interpreter in BBC Documentary

Remark! Interpreting were excited to provide an interpreter for the BBC documentary: Rita Simons: My Daughter, Deafness and Me.

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