23 Sep 2014 14:30 • Sarah Hilley

Hopes to turn Ayr Academy into a museum

A HISTORY lover is calling for Ayr Academy to be transformed into a museum when its school days are over.


23 Sep 2014 08:30

Ayr North and Prestwick Toll vote Yes

AYR NORTH and Prestwick Toll residents said Yes to independence, according to local SNP leader Douglas Campbell.


22 Sep 2014 09:30

Ayr's first Parkrun kicked off on Saturday

AYR's FIRST Parkrun at Rozelle attracted 140 people on Saturday.


20 Sep 2014 22:10 • Sarah Hilley

English Ayr United fan gets Somerset Boab tattoo

AN ENGLISHMAN obsessed with Ayr United is proudly sporting a tattoo of superfan Somerset Boab - his SIXTH for the club so far.


19 Sep 2014 20:50

Maybole post office to move

MAYBOLE’S Post Office could be set to move after bosses set out plans for modernisation last week.


19 Sep 2014 06:15

South Ayrshire says 'No' but another referendum predicted

THERE were tears of sadness and joy after South Ayrshire residents rejected independence in Scotland.


19 Sep 2014 02:40

South Ayrshire result expected at 4am

South Ayrshire's Scottish Independence Referendum result is expected to be announced at 4am this morning.


18 Sep 2014 16:30

Airshow to be bigger and better next year

PLANS for next year’s airshow are gathering pace after last week’s successful return.


18 Sep 2014 13:30

Pensioner's bike stolen as he cycled in Troon yesterday

A THUG has stolen a bike from a pensioner who was cycling in Troon.


17 Sep 2014 08:30

Firefighters clean-up for charity at Ayr car wash

FIREFIGHTERS became car wash heroes on Saturday after leaving queues of motors gleaming.


16 Sep 2014 17:00

Pensioner dies after being hit by taxi in Ayr

POLICE are investigating the death of a 70-year-old man after he was struck by a taxi last night in Ayr.


16 Sep 2014 09:30

Ailsa nurse faces cocaine accusations

AN AILSA Hospital nurse has been accused of having cocaine at work.


15 Sep 2014 17:00

Ayr benefits cheat pocketed £7K

A BENEFITS cheat who stole almost £7,000 has been ordered repay the money.


15 Sep 2014 09:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Street name honour for Commonwealth champ

A TROON housing development is to be named in honour of Scotland's Commonwealth Games heroes, it has emerged.


14 Sep 2014 09:30 • Eddie Harbinson

"Lucky not to face murder charge"

A TEENAGE yob was told he was lucky not to be facing a murder charge at Ayr Sheriff Court last week.


13 Sep 2014 09:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Anger at plans for Crosbie Towers

THE good news is Troon's iconic Crosbie Towers will be saved... The bad news is it's coming at a cost.


12 Sep 2014 17:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Ayr business owner backs Yes

AN AYR business owner has given his backing to the Yes campaign.


12 Sep 2014 12:30 • Eddie Harbinson

House plan for Girvan

GIRVAN could be set for a new housing development after a decision by South Ayrshire Council.


12 Sep 2014 09:00 • Eddie Harbinson

Unpaid work for dating-site creep

A WEASEL-FACED creep was ordered to carry out unpaid work after harassing a woman he met through a dating site.


11 Sep 2014 17:30 • Eddie Harbinson

Knife thug avoids jail after threat

A CARAVAN-PARK drunk narrowly avoided jail after threatening to pull a knife on a fellow holidaymaker.