8 Mar 2014 12:00
Dozens of regulars at Garnock Swimming Pool in Kilbirnie have signed up to take part in a month-long Triathlon Challenge to raise funds for charity.
7 Mar 2014 19:00
Alistair Kennedy, Legion President and his team recently visited Glengarnock PS.
7 Mar 2014 12:00 • Paul Fisher
North Ayrshire Council's Licensing Board this week agreed to a vary of licence that allowed the club to become a pub.
6 Mar 2014 15:00 • Paul Fisher
Parents and carers who take children to school by car are being urged not to park irresponsibly at school gates when dropping or collecting them from school.
6 Mar 2014 07:00
SHOCK figures have revealed that more than a quarter of people in North Ayrshire continue to smoke.
1 Mar 2014 07:00 • Douglas Coulter
NORTH Ayrshire’s three main tourist assets will be the focus of a campaign aimed at boosting visitor numbers to the area.
28 Feb 2014 19:00
Council leader Willie Gibson has warned that North Ayrshire stands to lose over £5million in the 2015/16 round of funding distribution to Scottish local authorities and has called for a re-think by the key players.
28 Feb 2014 18:00 • Douglas Coulter
NORTH Ayrshire Council is encouraging all water and boating enthusiasts to take part in the Commonwealth Flotilla as part of this year’s Glasgow 2014.
28 Feb 2014 16:00 • Douglas Coulter
TRADITIONAL musicians from all over the local area took part in the North Ayrshire Traditional Musician of the Year competition last week.
28 Feb 2014 10:00
COUNCIL chiefs this week unveiled a glamorous £4.7million makeover for their headquarters at Irvine.
27 Feb 2014 16:00 • Douglas Coulter
NORTH Ayrshire Council is to look into providing life-saving defibrillators in schools and council premises.
23 Feb 2014 16:00
A HUNDRED of Britain’s most important inventions, discoveries and social innovations – 30 per cent of which are Scottish – will be on tour through North Ayrshire on a single storey red bus.
21 Feb 2014 07:00
BEITH residents have been urged to take part in a public consultation over plans to move their Post Office.
20 Feb 2014 19:00 • Neil Smith
TODAY, she would have been seen as a wise woman, a psychic or a medium. But when Bessie Dunlop went on trial in Edinburgh in 1576, she was quickly branded “The Witch of Dalry”, tortured, then burned at the stake.
20 Feb 2014 19:00
Dalry Bowling Club appeal successful
20 Feb 2014 12:00 • Douglas Coulter
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a bookmakers in Beith was robbed last night.
20 Feb 2014 09:30 • Douglas Coulter
MP KATY Clark has called on North Ayrshire Council to ensure every school pupil able to vote in the referendum is engaged in the debate.
19 Feb 2014 16:00 • Douglas Coulter
TWO Council education chiefs are to leave their posts – just days after admitting Scottish Government regulations on parental involvement were breached when hiring the new head teacher at Garnock Academy.
18 Feb 2014 15:00
AMBITIOUS plans for a new crematorium close to Kilbirnie have been unveiled.