Arran’s housing crisis is under the spotlight again with a huge surge in demand, far outstripping the supply required to support the working population needed to rebuild the island’s economy following the pandemic.
Ferry lobbying group, Arran Ferry Action Group (AFAG), have launched a provocative t-shirt design as part of their campaign calling for a more reliable ferry service.
North Ayrshire Council has confirmed that there will be a delay in handing over the keys to the new tenants of the Brathwick Terrace development owing to a number of delays outwith their control.
The Herbert Protocol utilises a prefilled identification form to help officers quickly obtain information about a vulnerable missing person who has dementia, saving vital time in the early stages of an investigation.
Sergeant Kevin Blackley, who has taken over from retired sergeant, Dougie Robertson, is no stranger to Arran, having visited the island for over 40 years.
MSP Katy Clark has called on the Scottish Government to introduce a £70 winter fuel supplement for pensioners and struggling families after the energy price cap was raised at the start of the month.
Well known Bruce and Tricia Jenkins, who have been operating the dental surgery practice in Brodick for more than 16 years, are finally retiring for a well deserved rest.
The RNLI rowing team emerged as the victors in the closely contested Emergency Services regatta held in Lamlash Bay last weekend.
After the late cancellation of a planned friendly match against Dumfries Ladies, the Senior Ladies division of the Arran Hockey Club issued an open invitation to club members in the junior division, non-league players, and anyone else wanting to take part in a friendly game of hockey.
Scheduled to take place at Bellevue Farm on Sunday December 5, the Winter Farmers Market will provide shoppers with the opportunity to meet local producers and growers and learn exactly where there food is coming from and all about the living standards of the livestock.
More than 30 colleagues took part in the round Arran Memory Walk with all of the funds raised going towards Alzheimer Scotland which provides vital work for those living with dementia, as well as support for their friends, families, and carers.