Almost 40 homes in a remote Aberdeenshire community have been left isolated without a telephone line for more than eight weeks.
It is Scotland's most famous telephone box, but the kiosk in the village of Pennan is no longer ready for its close-up.
Brendan Dick would like to set the record straight after some have claimed the north-east lacks sufficient digital infrastructure.
Three Aberdeenshire community groups have been handed grants amounting to just under £2,000.
An MP has called for more "clarity and transparency" about the roll-out of superfast broadband in the Highlands.
Thousands of homes and businesses across the north and north-east now have access to superfast broadband that will allow multiple users within a property to access it as the same time.
Residents in Wester Ross are being warned of a partial failure of phone services.
Equipment worth £3.6million is lying at the bottom of the Sound of Harris after a high-tensile cable snapped aboard a specialist ship.
A Moray businesswoman has been offered just £10 compensation by BT after being left without a phone line or internet link for more than a fortnight.
Residents in a Moray community remain helpless as they enter a 17th day without lines of communication.
Residents in a Moray community are facing their 11th day without phone lines or internet connections.
Residents of a new Aberdeen housing development have criticised BT for leaving them without a phone line - for three months.
Super fast fibre broadband has gone live in Forres with thousands of homes and businesses benefiting from a £2.5 billion roll-out.
Residents of a new housing development in Stonehaven could soon have their phone lines installed - six months after they moved in.
BT is buying 50% of the electricity generated by the 48-turbine Fallago Rig windfarm in the Scottish Borders in a deal worth around £300million over two years The telecoms giant said the turbines would deliver enough energy to match the total power consumption of its operations throughout Scotland. Full story on the P&J’s Energy Voice.
Telecoms giant BT has today launched a drive to recruit 160 engineers across Scotland as it rolls out superfast broadband.
A group of north-east residents will have to endure further delays before a working phone line can be installed at their homes.