A Dundee student has spoken out about growing up deaf after winning an award for his volunteering work supporting children with hearing impairments.
A lifeline hearing loss service with 600 Angus users has been saved - just days before its impending closure.
We are recovering from coughs and sneezles. A tree of paper tissues is used. A friend rings and recommends holding the nose and taking a tablespoon of cider vinegar. It is to clear nasal passages and tastes so disgusting it must be doing some sort of good.
For many of us, going on holiday is the high spot of the year. But for anyone with hearing loss it can be a real ordeal.
Fife Council has moved to allay worried parents’ fears a vital service for deaf children is facing the axe.