LGBTQ+ disability organisation ParaPride will be joining London’s Pride parade on Saturday for the first time, a move that it says is “iconic” for disabled people.
An overhaul of sick pay and housing for disabled people has been announced by the Prime Minister.
A north-east bowling club has invited disabled bowlers onto the green to join in the fun thanks to funding from the National Lottery.
A disabled man in his 20s has been given the go-ahead to marry after telling a judge in a specialist court how he wants a chance to prove that he can “do anything”.
A charity has warned that a no deal Brexit would be catastrophic for disabled people in Scotland.
Young people with physical or mental disabilities can get up to £7,500 from the Independent Living Fund Scotland's Transition Fund.
The BBC will increase its target for disability in its workforce from 8% in 2020 to 12% in 2022, it has been announced.
David Tennant has said he felt a huge sense of responsibility to do justice to his new series about raising a child with a learning disability.
Taxi drivers who left a disabled woman feeling “humiliated” by refusing to take her from Aberdeen International Airport could have their licences revoked.
A teenage Moray paraclimber who dreams of representing her country in the sport has received a funding boost to help her achieve that ambition.
Navigating your way through a bustling airport to catch an important flight can be a stressful situation at the best of times.
Katie Price will appear before MPs to give evidence about online abuse after her petition demanding the Government take action against internet trolls garnered more than 220,000 signatures.
Nearly one-in-three disability welfare claims were rejected in Aberdeen in the last year, social security minister Jeanne Freeman has revealed.
Moray Council has been urged to improve access to polling stations following complaints that disabled people and pensioners were unable to vote during recent local authority elections.
Disabled passenger calls for reservation rules change after nightmare train journey spoils rare day out
A disabled woman left in excruciating pain after "rude" train passengers took her seat has called for stricter rules on reservations.
An "eye opening" journey across Aberdeen by wheelchair has prompted calls by politicians for action over poor pavements.
A project to chart the history of people living with learning disabilities in the north-east has received lottery backing.
A north-east secondary school hosted a disability awareness day in an effort to demonstrate the challenges facing young wheelchair users.
A profoundly deaf Moray woman, whose lengthy train journey was thrown into chaos, has thanked the rail staff who went out of their way to ensure she returned home safely.
A Moray mum is fundraising for a special pushchair that could help transform her young son's life.
Volunteers at a Moray disability charity are celebrating after its care services gained top marks during a recent inspection.
A learning centre for the disabled will rise like the phoenix from the ashes of the former site which was destroyed in an inferno.
A Speyside volunteer who overcame a serious brain condition to help vulnerable people in her local community has been applauded for her selfless service.
Moray Council has announced the details of a new housing unit which is being created to replace an axed care home.
A Moray disability group is seeking public opinion on a proposal to segregate children with learning difficulties from others in mainstream education.
A housing service for older and disabled people in the north-east will be provided entirely by Aberdeenshire Council from next Wednesday.
An Elgin councillor yesterday called for a section of a town-centre car park to be reserved exclusively for disabled users.
Plans for a £3.7million replacement for a disability centre that was destroyed in a blaze in Aberdeen have taken a step closer.
While many would attribute obesity to lifestyle choice, the key question is not how the disability arises, but whether an employee is a disabled person or not
A ruling that obesity can be classed as a disability will cause "confusion" and may open a "can of worms", it was claimed yesterday.
A Fraserburgh mum and her family have launched a petition to NHS Grampian asking the health board to give her paralysed daughter the treatment they believe she needs to walk again.