A tourist has penned a damning letter to council bosses in Aberdeen over the state of pavements in the city centre.
Aberdeen disability groups have revealed the thought of crossing the city’s historic Castlegate fills them with “dread”.
A disabled pensioner is campaigning to get more wheelchair accessible pavements around his village.
A beachside community cafe has taken delivery of a specially-designed all-terrain wheelchair which will open up one of the north-east’s favourite beauty spots to people with disabilities.
A disabled couple have argued that better bus design is more important than legal action to force buggies out of wheelchair spaces.
Post Office chiefs have apologised after a relocated branch opened without a promised measure to make it more disability-friendly.
A wheelchair user has issued a desperate plea to bank chiefs not to close Aberdeen's "most disabled-friendly" branch.
Aberdeenshire Council is committed to creating dozens of new disabled-access parking spaces across the north-east.
A north-east councillor has raised concerns about the accessibility of next-generation buses for elderly and disabled passengers.