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Police have declared war on criminals with a two week clamp-down on some of Irvine’s most prolific crimes.Read
Fairtrade Fortnight is coming to Kilwinning.Read
The fight against Payday loans in Kilwinning continues as a special campaign rolls into town next week.Read
Irvine is to host a public meeting calling for support to campaign against the ‘bedroom tax’ being introduced in North Ayrshire.Read
Controversial plans for the new Magnum were released last week.Read
What better time to be vegan than right now, in the midst of horseburger-gate?Read
Green home improvements are set to change the way energy is used across Irvine.Read
Police have reassured people across North Ayrshire after council cuts to the community wardens service.Read
A Kilwinning day care service that provides rehabilitation for people who have suffered a head injury is to be given a £1.4million investment.Read
A FORMER head of the PTA at Broomlands Primary School in Irvine has been jailed for three years after he was caught with more than 11,000 images of children being raped and abused.Read
Preparations are well under way for the Ayrshire Hospice’s Midnight Walk.Read
Irvine actor Alan Maclean is set to follow in Frank Sinatra’s footsteps as he plays a lead role in the hit musical Guys and Dolls.Read
“I’m not a big fan of love, so I don’t think I’ll be sending one this year or ever!”Read
Four beauty therapy students took part in Irvine’s first ever flash mob.Read
One of North Ayrshire’s popular bus routes is set for major changes.Read
An MP has pledged to help two Second World War veterans end their long awaited recognition for serving on the Arctic Convoys.Read
Hospitals in Ayrshire are giving additional support to patients to help them stop smoking.Read
Pupils at Blacklands Primary in Kilwinning tucked into haggis, neeps and tatties as they enjoyed their Burns Supper celebrations.Read
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