For the full story, see the Arran Banner, July 11, 2015, also available online.
Strike action by RMT union members of the Caledonian MacBrayne staff today (Friday) halted all sailings on the main Ardrossan to Brodick route.
For the full story, see the Arran Banner, June 26 2015, also available online.
Caledonian MacBrayne has become the first ferry company to take VisitScotland’s Taste Our Best seal of approval to the high seas.
Read all about it in the Arran Banner, February 5 2015, also available as a digital edition.
The Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has welcomed news that Brodick is one of several coastal towns and villages across Scotland to benefit from £9.8 million of government funding through the Coastal Communities Fund.
The announcement, made on Monday on a visit to Rothesay by chief secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander, has seen £350,000 given to the Brodick harbour project.
For the full story see the Arran Banner, January 31 2015, also available as a digital edition.
It will cost just £30.20 return to bring a six-metre caravan or motorhome to the island with the Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) summer ferry sailing fares, leading to a big increase in numbers as the high fares previously made it prohibitive to bring large vehicles.
For more details see the Arran Banner, January 31 2015, also available online.
The ferry usually operates from Skye on the Uig-Tarbert-Lochmaddy triangle.
For the full story, see the Arran Banner, January 10 2015, also available online at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital
Work on a new terminal building, pier, marshalling area and parking should be complete by 2016.
See the Arran Banner edition of July 26 2014 for the full story. Also available on line at www.arranbanner.co.uk/digital
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