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Sydney's first restaurant to train its staff in sign language19 / 4 / 2018
If you’re familiar with the western suburbs of Sydney, you’ve probably heard of Rashays. The family-friendly casual eatery franchise, which first opened in Liverpool, has rivalled the likes of Hogs Breath Cafe and Sizzler since 1998 – it has more than 20 locations across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory and an extensive menu inspired by Italian, American and classic Australian fare. While the Rashays franchises are usually known for their meat and seafood dishes, the Punchbowl outlet has been garnering community attention for something else entirely: it will be the first restaurant in Sydney to make it mandatory for all staff to learn basic Auslan – Australia’s nationally recognised sign language.
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Auslan national curriculum for Australian schools hailed as huge step20 / 12 / 2016
The first national curriculum for Auslan, the language of the deaf community in Australia, will soon be rolled out in schools across Australia, in a move being described as a huge step for equality.
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