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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
The boss of Prestwick Airport has blasted the “toxic tax” on flights.Read
It’s the scandal that has rocked the food chain.Read
A nursing home has shut its doors to a new residents as police probe allegations of abuse.Read
One of Scotland’s most senior lawyers has been named the new chancellor at Ayr’s University of the West of Scotland.Read
A flight festival is to create 57 jobs in Prestwick when it takes off this year.Read
On January 1 the financial services landscape changed beyond all recognition.Read
Hello everyone and I hope you have a fantastic Valentines Day, much love to you all.Read
She’s one of the most famous classical musicians in the world, but Nicola Benedetti has never forgotten her Ayrshire roots.Read
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