Councillors got the chance to understand concerns of blind campaigners during a walk along the Aberdeen’s Broad Street today.
Two blind veterans have found love again in their 90s and celebrated with a blessing where they vowed to live out their days together.
A blind group today slammed plans for a new Aberdeen cycle path, saying it will create a “no-go area” for people who suffer from sight problems.
A Scottish Government event which hoped to discuss accessible elections has changed venue due to unsuitable conditions for disabled people.
A “pedestrian priority” zone in Aberdeen city centre has raised concerns among the blind community about the need for a safe crossing to be created.
Pair hit out at ‘thoughtless’ Aberdeen drivers putting blind people in ‘dangerous’ situations by parking on pavements
Mary and Amanda, have spoken about the “dangerous” and “stressful” situations they face on a day-to-day basis due to motorists leaving vehicles on footways.
A former nurse is being given the chance to see again with the help of a fundraising campaign set up by her family.
Stagecoach is to carry out an internal investigation over claims a visually impaired man was forced off an Aberdeen bus because the driver wouldn't accept his guide dog.
You’ve never seen joy until you’ve seen this video of Bea, a blind puppy, scuttering around.