A mother is calling on Legoland to change its disabled policy after her son was made to get up out of his wheelchair twice and walk, before he was allowed on the rides.
Aberdeen council has today vowed to act after an Evening Express investigation revealed more than 100 disabled people are having to wait more than three months for blue badges.
Day care charges for older people or those with a disability will more than double for the first time in eight years.
Thousands of people on Twitter have been sharing their experience of disability on the hashtag #ThingsDisabledPeopleKnow which spawned in response to new film The Upside.
Disabled people are having to wait nearly three years for a council house in Aberdeen.
It was a lovely place to visit, with photos and displays of achievements on the wall, and it had a very happy atmosphere.
A Scottish Government event which hoped to discuss accessible elections has changed venue due to unsuitable conditions for disabled people.
An aviation authority has rated Aberdeen airport as having “very good” accessibility.
‘Archway is a lifeline for our family’: Charity provides respite care for Aberdeen mum’s profoundly disabled son
An Aberdeen mum has praised a charity for “lifeline” help it gives her in caring for her profoundly disabled son.
Taxi drivers across the city will have until 2023 to make their vehicles wheelchair accessible.
Residents have raised concerns about the number of disabled parking bays in a busy Aberdeen area.
Councillors will be asked to push ahead with plans to make all taxis in Aberdeen wheelchair accessible by June next year.
Certain areas of Aberdeen are “off limits” to disabled and elderly people due to a lack of accessible toilets, according to a new report.
A beer giant has promised to start work on putting a disabled toilet back in its flagship pub within weeks in a victory for anti-discrimination campaigners.
A meeting will take place next week to discuss the possibility of a scheme that would offer disabled people cheaper taxi rides in Aberdeen.
Hidden disability lanyards have been launched at Aberdeen International Airport.
A campaign has been launched to reinstate a scheme to give disabled people cheaper taxi travel in Aberdeen
A North-east man who lost his leg has hit out at the government department that has ruled he is no longer eligible for a car.
New hi-tech virtual system could be introduced to stamp out illicit use of parking permits in Aberdeen
A new parking system which uses virtual permits to tackle fraudulent usage is being developed by a Aberdeen City Council.
This wheelchair-bound student walking to collect his Masters degrees is the most inspiring thing you’ll see all day
“Inspirational” is a word that is used altogether too often, but it couldn’t be more perfect when used to describe student Sam Bridgman.
Councillors took to Aberdeen's street in wheelchairs to experience accessibility issues for themselves - and have now vowed to improve Aberdeen streets.
Councillors were to take to the streets in wheelchairs today to experience at first hand the problems facing Aberdeen's disabled people.
The mum of a disabled man left unconscious after two thugs kicked him in the head today said his attackers deserve to be "locked up with the key thrown away".
A charity that supplies wheelchairs and walking aids is facing an uncertain future after failing to secure new premises.
A new policy could lead to care patients having to pay for their own transport or rely on their family for getting about.
Dutch textiles and clothing company Zeeman is winning a lot of praise for its latest advert, which shows various women from the waist down modelling its tights.
New safety measures are to be introduced at Aberdeen's Beach Ballroom to make it more accessible for disabled people.
POLICE will be able to immediately identify people misusing blue badges for disabled parking, thanks to new software.
A WOMAN has spoken about how she overcame being bullied after she was targeted because of her learning disabilities.