21 May 2013: 4:45am
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Singing star Jai McDowall is ready to relaunch his career – by starring in a video with a stunning model.Read
Ayrshire could be sitting on massive reserves of oil and gas.Read
Grieving parents will get the chance to grill council bosses who stripped tributes from baby graves.Read
She’s only three-years-old and she’s been bravely battling a life threatening condition.Read
Hello folks I hope you’re having a good week.Read
An Ayrshire singer is setting his sights on stardom at this year’s T in the Park.Read
Bullet proof glass was ordered for one of Ayr’s most historic Listed buildings.Read
It is a sad sign of the times that they are needed.Read
Ayr Town Hall will be a kaleidoscope of colour and music as an outdoor festival is recreated at indoors next month.Read
Hi guys, hope you’re well!Read
He’s only been racing for six years.Read
S2 pupils from the modern languages department organised a French Café for all staff at break on Valentine’s Day. Read
Two people from Ayr have been picked to start a pioneering deaf theatre skills apprenticeship.Read
The taxpayer will shell out more than £200,000 to get shot of yet another council chief executive.Read
The Scottish Champion Hurdle, the richest and most prestigious hurdle race in Scotland, has a new sponsor.Read
When it comes to eggs, Alan Robb knows his yolks.Read
A campaign to save one of Ayrshire’s historic buildings has won praise in parliament.Read
A heartless thief stole an old man’s debit card and went on a £2000 spending spree.Read
Hi guys, hard to believe we’re heading into March already!Read
Hello folks, I hope you’re doing well!Read
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