Wednesday 26 November at 09:59

A deaf baby has become the first person to have their name officially recognized on their birth certificate in British Sign Language (BSL), following a nine-month legal campaign by her parents.

Hazel, who is known by the sign UbOtDDstarL to her family, won the right to have her sign name included on her birth certificate nearly four years ago, after her parents overturned the

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Wednesday 26 November

Judges, consisting of three sportswomen & three sportsmen (representing Northern Ireland, North, Midlands, South of England, Scotland and Wales) have narrowed down the selection from over 250 people put forward for the DSPY award this year.

The nominees for the Deaf Sports Personality of the Year 2014 are:
Adam Evans, Mixed Martial Arts
Candy Hawkins, Athletics

BSL Videos   

National Deaf Children’s Society is supporting Anti-Bullying Week 2014 with the launch of a video featuring a 16

A doctor from the South Indian state of Kerala has developed a free app for the deaf which has been recognised

This is the moment a registered blind man was shoved onto the tracks during a violent confrontation at

ReSound launches the world’s only smart super power hearing solution expanding the possibilities to communicate


Columnists   

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

The column is written from the unique position of a Deaf singleton. Madam X, as we shall call her explains

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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