Scotland can learn from teamwork here on Arran
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Scotland can learn from teamwork here on Arran

The chairwoman of the Scottish Police Authority, Susan Deacon CBE, says the police force across Scotland can learn from the cooperation between the emergency services that exists on Arran.

Arran hit by power cut
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Arran hit by power cut

Surging before switching off altogether, users experienced a 15 minute power failure shortly before 12noon.

Arran hold their heads high at World Championships
Sport
Arran hold their heads high at World Championships

Stranraer was chosen to hold the third Skiffie World Championships, and it would be difficult to imagine a venue better equipped or more capable of hosting the 57 clubs and an estimated 2,000 people from across the rowing world, writes Dave Ingham.

Football
Lamlash lay siege to struggling Shiskine

Shiskine continued their run of dismal form with another heavy defeat in the only game of the night last Monday when a well organised Lamlash managed to notch up an impressive 11 goals.

Gallery
Makers’ Festival a showcase of craft talent

Taking place on the expansive lawn at Brodick Castle the event included a number of exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations and community groups who all offered something interesting for the throngs of visitors who enjoyed browsing the marquees.

Gallery
Annie is the Queen Bee at Whiting Bay

From early morning there was a cloudless sky and the sun shone for the opening day of the Whiting Bay fun week with the traditional raft race and Bay Queen crowning.

Leisure
Wellies for Woodside open day

Hoping to eventually become the first fully not for profit and community owned farm in Scotland, Woodside Arran is run according to community supported agriculture (CSA) principals.