Arran could yet salvage a third of its 2020 tourist season trade, according to the Arran Recovery Group.
here will be increased hygiene measures across all schools and early years centres including hand sanitiser throughout the schools and increased handwashing.
The Scottish Government’s free seasonal flu vaccine programme is set to be extended to protect those most at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
Arran’s community public toilets have secured a £5,000 grant which has allowed them to safely reopen and provided with equipment and supplies, despite the ongoing pandemic.
A commercial trawler ran aground last week, well within the boundaries of the Arran South Marine Protected Area (MPA).
Two young hikers who got into difficulties at the north end of the island were rescued by the Arran lifeboat crew last weekend.
The new Arran ferry, the MV Glen Sannox, was moved earlier this week to dry dock in Greenock to undergo a planned schedule of remedial work including the replacement of the bulbous bow which has plagued the project from the start.
Immediate government support is needed if Arran is to find a way out of the Covid crisis.
NHS Ayrshire & Arran, in partnership with the three health and social care partnerships in North, East and South Ayrshire, has launched a dedicated staff listening and support service.
Arran had an elegant visitor this week in the shape of luxury super-yacht Hyperion which can be your’s for a cool 12.95 million euros (£11.71 million).
An Arran teenager has ran round the island in a day to raise money for a vital cancer charity.
Around the Arran courses
Does anyone on Arran fancy becoming a football referee who could then help out on the local football scene?
Previously the Gold Cup and supporting races have been screened on ITV 4 but the move to the main channel will mean the action will reach a larger television audience.
Arran’s community e-bikes have come into their own during the Covid crisis pushing total miles cycled to well over 10,000 in the last year.
The first ever Arran Pride event will take place in Brodick in May of next year.
Local charities and good causes impacted by Covid-19 are being urged to apply for up to £20,000 in funding and there is less than a week left to apply.
Two weeks into his mammoth 500 mile walk across Scotland, Edoardo Bedin this week visited Arran shining a light on Brodick Castle, one of many closed historic properties across Scotland.
Letters to the editor
Summer is here and it is a great time to make some healthy changes.
People are being encouraged to enjoy summer safely by exploring destinations closer to home.