Garnock Valley

2 Sep 2014 13:00

Latest news from RSPB Lochwinnoch

Chloe Rossi from RSPB Lochwinnoch writes with the latest ‘goings on’ from the reserve.

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2 Sep 2014 07:00 • Paul Fisher

Beith teen hit by car in early hours

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was hit by a car, and left in a critical state, on Sunday morning in Beith.

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1 Sep 2014 10:00 • Douglas Coulter

Kilbirnie Sally Army has new minister

THERE’S a new face in town in Kilbirnie.

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1 Sep 2014 10:00 • Douglas Coulter

Dalry business people mark baton's passage through town

THE Business Dalry group commissioned a granite plaque to commemorate the Queen’s Baton’s passage through the town.

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29 Aug 2014 16:00 • Court Reporter

Dalry man's A&E rammy

A MAN has this week admitted shouting and swearing in A&E in front of 12 other patients, including children.

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25 Aug 2014 09:30 • Paul Fisher

Fire fighters called to Dalry blaze

FIREFIGHTERS had to attend at a bungalow in Dalry after a fire broke out in the bedroom of the house.

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22 Aug 2014 19:00 • Court Reporter

Dalry man banned for sectarian chanting

A DALRY football fan has been banned from attending matches for six months and fined £200 for offensive chanting.

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20 Aug 2014 17:00 • Douglas Coulter

Phil and Aly in Dalry tonight

ST MARGARET’S Church in Dalry are delighted to welcome back the amazing Phil Cunningham and Aly Bain tonight (Wednesday, August 20) at 7.30pm.

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18 Aug 2014 13:00

Boxing clever at Garnock Valley Health and Fitness

THE Open Day at Garnock Valley Health and Fitness Centre has been hailed as a massive success.

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18 Aug 2014 13:00

Garnock Valley Family History Group mark centenary of World War 1

THE Garnock Valley Family History Group marked the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War with a moving tree planting ceremony.

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18 Aug 2014 07:00 • Neil Smith

Justice Secretary vows to crack down on cable gangs

SCOTTISH Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill met with ScottishPower chiefs last week to discuss tougher sanctions against metal and power cable thieves.

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15 Aug 2014 16:00 • Paul Fisher

Police on Garnock Valley visit

On Wednesday, August 6, officers from Police Scotland’s North Ayrshire Problem Solving Team were in Kilbirnie to attend an event organised by the local authority.

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14 Aug 2014 19:00

Dalry woman accused of shoplifting

A DALRY woman has appeared in court after she was accused of stealing chocolate spread from the town’s Lidl Stores.

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14 Aug 2014 07:00 • Court Reporter

Beith man fled the scene of road traffic accident

A BEITH man fled the scene of an accident, then denied he had been driving, sparking weeks of investigations.

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13 Aug 2014 11:30 • Neil Smith

Hollywood stars 'lend a hand' to help brave Beith fundraiser

CORINNE Hutton’s battle to raise cash and awareness for her charity ‘Finding your Feet’ now has the backing of some serious Hollywood heavyweights.

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11 Aug 2014 07:00

Dalry BC hold another successful event in anniversary year

Dalry Bowling Club have held what could be described as the best event yet in its 150th anniversary year.

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7 Aug 2014 13:00

Back from New Zealand to enjoy Glasgow 2014 - and Saltcoats

DEBBIE Mair returned to Saltcoats after decades in New Zealand to enjoy the Commonwealth Games experience.

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6 Aug 2014 13:00

Gangs risk lives on overhead cables

POLICE have warned that a gang of idiotic thieves are risking their lives by stealing overhead power cables in Beith and Dalry.

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30 Jul 2014 19:00 • Douglas Coulter

Barclay from Beith is a big hit at the Games

SOME the most endearing participants in the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony last week were the ‘Scottie dogs’ – Scottish and West Highland Terriers – who led the teams out on to the track at Celtic Park.

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30 Jul 2014 16:00 • Douglas Coulter

Saltcoats and Kilbirnie could be split in two under new election boundaries

NORTH Ayrshire Council’s plans to increase the number of councillors from 30 to 35 would mean splitting Saltcoats and Kilbirnie in two for local elections and council representation.

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