Thursday 21 May at 08:55

For the first time, the Eurovision Song Contest is being presented for deaf people in International Sign Language.

A team of six deaf artists and two hearing interpreters are performing at the semi-finals and the Grand Final.

Austrian broadcaster ORF said it was inspired by the victory of Conchita Wurst last year to make the contest even more inclusive.

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Thursday 21 May

When an expected 90,000 music fans attend Europe’s largest music festival, Rock Am Ring, in Mendig, Germany starting 5 June, along with three days of music they will receive a free set of Honeywell’s (NYSE: HON) Laser Lite ear protectors so they can enjoy the festival without potentially damaging their hearing.

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The NSPCC is launching a video version of its successful Underwear Rule guidance today to help keep deaf

A vest that allows the profoundly deaf to “feel” and understand speech is under development. The vest features

Children who have been deaf for their entire lives are receiving the gift of hearing for the very first time

This is the fourth in a series of deaf awareness videos being released by Gloucestershire Deaf Association, this


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A twenty-something girl living in the big city, Deafinitely Girly gives a light-hearted but revealing account

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I’m now in my 30’s – and that doesn’t bother me as much as I thought it might when I entered my 20s! Two

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