Business operators say the future of a phone transcription service for a growing population with hearing impairments is in doubt as the Federal Government seeks to cut a third of its funding.
The family, who migrated to Australia from Bhutan in 2012, fears their son will face a "world of isolation" if they're deported, after learning their son does not meet Australia's migration health requirements
Human rights advocates are calling for a ban on sonic devices used to stop young people from loitering in public spaces. These devices emit high frequencies only people aged 25 or under can hear.
Queer Eye culture host Karamo Brown vows to take steps to enable better accessibility for deaf and hard-of-hearing Netflix users after the streaming service is accused of simplifying, censoring and misrepresenting the show's dialogue.
Productivity around the world took a massive dive yesterday when everyone started debating "Yanny" or "Laurel". Here's how it all began.
Do you hear "Laurel" or "Yanny"? An expert says your answer could depend on your level of hearing loss.
Growing up with deaf parents and brothers, Jodee Mundy became the family interpreter and conduit to the mainstream world. Now she's on a mission to preserve their "Deaf culture".
When you've been listening to music and going to live shows for decades, what kind of battering does your hearing take? Let's find out.
That feeling you get, after a particularly loud gig, of fuzziness or a temporary ringing? That's a sign hearing damage has occurred. Natalie Pestana found that out the hard way — and is urging others to avoid the same fate.
You step onto a crowded train and grab a spare seat to relax for your journey home, only to be met with loud music reverberating out of someone else's headphones, while the person behind you argues with their partner about who is making dinner tonight … where's the digital etiquette?