Home » Get Involved » Community News Community News Community News Tim Bray Theatre Company is committed to making theatre accessible to all. Date 1 week ago Discount price access tickets are available to Deaf audience members for NZSL interpreted shows. What We Offer For NZSL interpreted performances a trained interpreter, situated on the side or centre… Community News COVID-19 NZ Royal Commission COVID-19 Lessons Learned Date 2 weeks ago Tell us your story The COVID-19 pandemic affected all of us, and New Zealanders – both here and living overseas – were asked to undertake extraordinary actions throughout its duration…. Community News Media Te Ahurei Toi o Tāmaki Auckland Arts Festival Date 2 weeks ago Enjoy 18 days of unforgettable theatre, music, dance, cabaret, kōrero and more from Aotearoa and beyond. Come and share in our annual celebration as we bring Auckland to life with… Community News New Zealand Sign Language Camps with NZSL4U Date 3 weeks ago NZSL4U are excited to announce that three NZSL camps will be held in Hamilton, Kapiti, and Christchurch. These camps provide a unique opportunity for individuals to immerse themselves in the… Community News Whaikaha at Waitangi 2024 – Meeting Turi Māori at Waitangi Date 4 weeks ago This post was shared from Whaikaha’s e-newsletter sent on Friday 26th January 2024. You can subscribe to Whaikaha’s e-newsletter here: Newsletter sign up | Whaikaha – Ministry of Disabled People… Community News Media 2024 Australian Deaf Games Date 1 month ago The 2024 Australia and Pacific Deaf Games are being held in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, New South Wales. The Games welcome over 1000 athletes and supporters from across Australia and… Community News Executive Board Updates Nomination for Executive Board Date 1 month ago The Deaf Aotearoa Executive Board are looking for four (4) new people to join the Executive Board. Needs to have experience in governance, for example, being involved with the local… Community News Shingles vaccine Date 3 months ago Shingles is a painful blistering rash. Anyone who has had chickenpox is at risk of developing shingles. The best protection against shingles is immunisation. When to get the shingles vaccine… 1 2 3 … 23 Share with your family and friends!