Record crowds visited Stonehaven for the 10th anniversary Midsummer Beer Happening at the weekend.
Charities have warned blind and partially-sighted residents have been “too scared” to use a central Aberdeen street since it became a controversial shared-space.
Blind comedian Neil Skene on the retirement of his trusty guide dog, Rumba.
The smell of lentil soup is in the air as people warmly greet each other at North East Sensory Services (NESS) in Aberdeen, before sitting down to enjoy lunch together.
The Eastgate Centre in Inverness has hailed the generosity of shoppers over the festive period after announcing an impressive tally exceeding £51,000 has been raised to aid local causes.
Aberdeen guide dogs gained their sea paws this week after they boarded a Northlink Ferry as part of a training exercise.
A “pedestrian priority” zone has raised concerns among the blind community about the need for a safe crossing to be created.
An Aberdeen politician has backed a campaign calling for less clutter on streets to make it easier for blind or partially-sighted people to walk on pavements.
The man behind an Aberdeenshire beer festival has donated thousands of pounds towards training guide dogs as a tribute to his late mother.
An Aberdeenshire catering company has launched a campaign to teach two young dogs invaluable new tricks.
An Aberdeen grandmother and her trusty guide dog have been shortlisted for a top award after campaigning to make the city more accessible for people with sight loss.
An Aberdeen teenager who is registered blind will go under the spotlight at an upcoming fundraising show for Guide Dogs UK.
Local poets and writers have raised more than £2,500 for a guide dog charity thanks to the sale of a book with a difference.