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Lisa Halley, 27, from the Menzieshill area of the city, was in Glasgow volunteering at the Ignition Festival when she was set upon by the gang. After being abused by the unruly youngsters, including being called a “stupid blind girl”, she was then tripped and surrounded.
The attack — which left Lisa shaken — was thwarted when her beloved guide dog Jumble — her “best friend” and “hero” —

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Tuesday 15 August

Dozens gathered at a rocky beach in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, Canada on Sunday to support Brenda Lussier’s third attempt at swimming across Lake Ontario. They clapped and cheered as she waded into the water and took her first few strokes. But the Guelph, Ontario native paid them no mind. Partly because she was focused on getting a good start to a swim that could take 24 hours to complete,

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The National Deaf Children’s Society has helped BT to promote its Next Generation Text (NGT) app, which

The national deafblind charity, Sense, has produced an instructional video for sport coaches and instructors,

Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has launched three new sets of information resources in time for