Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Four Deaf women accused of attempted murder | Indian film about Deaf boy in Oscar contention

Posted on September 28, 2012



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Four Deaf women accused of attempted murder
Four Deaf women have pleaded not guilty to planning a murder in America.

Bikes stolen from Deaf school in Derby
Spare a thought for pupils at Derby’s Royal School for the Deaf, who have had 30 bikes stolen in one go.

Bristol councillor says Deaf school is being set up to fail
A Bristol councillor has said that a school for Deaf children in Bristol is “being set up to fail” over plans to move the school to a new site.

Indian film about deaf boy chosen for Oscar contention
An Indian film about a deaf boy who lives a happy life in the 1970s has been chosen as India’s entry for next year’s Oscar awards.

Deaf athletes given funding lifeline for 2013 Deaflympics
Deaf athletes aiming for the Deaflympics in Sofia next summer have been given a funding lifeline after Sport England pledged over £125,000 towards their preparations.

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