Calls for the work to demolish the old Brodick pier to be scaled back due to the incessant noise and nuisance of the works across the whole village have been rejected.
An Arran housing trust has called for levies on empty and second homes in order to build more affordable houses for island residents.
Douglas Auld, chairman of The Lamlash Burns Club, was recently presented with a book of The Complete Works Of Robert Burns.
Ferry operator CalMac cancelled ferry sailing on Tuesday morning until harbour owner, Peel Ports, could provide assurance that the pier was safe to use.
The Fair Work Convention, an independent body working to ensure fair work drives success, wellbeing and prosperity for individuals, businesses, organisations and society across Scotland, has launched an inquiry into the hospitality industry to establish the extent to which work can be described as fair work.
Arran Runners’ first trail race of the year, the Whiting Bay Forest Trail Race, will be held next month with organisers making a determined effort to attract mainland runners to the event.
Seven coastal rowing clubs en route to the annual Arran Regatta on Saturday were left high and dry after their 7am ferry sailing was cancelled, however, hastily arranged plans by the organisers saw the event still going ahead with a new format.
Invited parent, carers and grandparents enjoyed an endearing performance of well-known songs which were sung with great enthusiasm by the pupils who were well-practiced and who were genuinely enjoying the moment.
Members of the Arran u3a group learned about Arran’s marine conservation efforts when newly appointed director of Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST), Áine Purcell-Milton, provided them with an informative talk at their May monthly meeting in Whiting Bay Hall.