30 Jul 2014 09:30 • Sarah Hilley

Teens risk their lives by diving off harbour

TEENS have been dicing with death by leaping off Ayr Harbour into treacherous water during acts of summer madness.


29 Jul 2014 09:30

Belleisle hotel plan is approved

PLANS to turn an 18th century Ayr mansion into a hotel have finally been given the green light.


28 Jul 2014 15:00

Bowler Faul Foster wins Games gold

Paul Foster said today it was 'phenomenal' to win a gold in front of his home crowd


28 Jul 2014 09:30 • Sarah Hilley

Thousands face years of waiting on council housing

MORE THAN 5,000 people are waiting on a council house in South Ayrshire and many fear they will be on the list for years.


27 Jul 2014 21:51

Hammer thrower Rachel ready for Games final

ACE Ayr Seaforth AC athlete Rachel Hunter is in dreamland tonight after winning a coveted place in the Women's Hammer Throw at Hampden Park.


27 Jul 2014 09:30

No campaigners take a bus

BETTER Together politicians hopped on a bus to get their referendum message across in Ayr yesterday (Saturday 26, July).


26 Jul 2014 09:30

Prestwick residents protest against putting green

PRESTWICK residents say a new putting green on their seafront is ruining views.


25 Jul 2014 18:30

Puppy dealer sold sick dogs

AN AYRSHIRE woman has been convicted of illegally selling puppies following a Scottish SPCA investigation.


25 Jul 2014 09:30 • Sarah Hilley

Hogweed busters need funding to control monster plant

THIS DANGER forest of poison plants near Ayr could become commonplace if weed busters don’t get lifeline funding.


24 Jul 2014 09:30

Red Arrows due to leave Prestwick Airport at 10.35am this morning

THE RED Arrows are preparing to take off from Prestwick Airport at 10.35am.


23 Jul 2014 10:02

Prestwick ready for third festival

MUSIC will fill Prestwick's Main Street for the town's third annual festival next month.


22 Jul 2014 09:00 • Sarah Hilley

Council to start charging for dog poo bags

CASH strapped council bosses are to charge for dog poo bags despite fouling being one of the biggest complaints they receive.


21 Jul 2014 16:09

Morrisons removes trolley locks in Ayr

SHOPPERS no longer have to insert a £1 to use a trolley at Morrisons in Ayr.


20 Jul 2014 10:30

New plan aims to entice people to Ayr's Riverside

IN PAST centuries it was a bustling centre of trade as ships sailed in from Europe and the US.


19 Jul 2014 16:42

Woman sexually assaulted in Dundonald this morning

A WOMAN was sexually assaulted in Dundonald in the early hours of this morning.


18 Jul 2014 16:20

Rickaide to cycle for veterans

A CHARITABLE 10-year-old will cycle 30 miles to help war veterans next month.


18 Jul 2014 09:00 • Eddie Harbinson

Drunken pervert touched up young girl

A DRUNKEN pervert was ordered to carry out unpaid work after touching up a 15-year-old girl on a train.


17 Jul 2014 17:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Girvan Gala Day entertains crowd

RESIDENTS and visitors turned out for the Girvan Harbour Gala Day last Sunday.


17 Jul 2014 16:30 • Sarah Hilley

Police nab booze from beachgoers arriving at Troon station

POLICE have been confiscating bottles and cans of booze from teenagers getting off the train in Troon today.


17 Jul 2014 12:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Drongan thug threatened pregnant woman

A TEENAGE thug has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work after threatening a pregnant woman.