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Tuesday 23 May at 07:00

The wife of a Cherhill man who lost his hearing after contracting a virus expressed her delight that her fundraising efforts from running a marathon raised more than £3,000. Ever since Rachel Harries' husband Owain, 52, contracted the virus, which left him with no balance and completely deaf, in 2009, she has sought to raise funds for causes relating to hearing loss. And the 53-year-old did that

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Monday 22 May

Japanese pop star Ayumi Hamasaki is going completely deaf. Hamasaki, who is the best-selling Japanese solo artist of all time, has been deaf in her left ear since 2008. But her right ear has now begun to weaken, the 38-year-old said. She was nauseous and had vertigo just before this year's concert tour. "I was told after various hearing tests that my right ear (which has been working

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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