by Giulia Candussi Footfall in UK high streets was down by 4.2 percent between the end of 2017 and the end of 2018, according to research by Ipsos. This equals to a drop of three million high street customers. … Continue reading High street crisis: is art the solution?
By Fethi Benaissa Easter Weekend and bank holiday have attracted hundreds of people to Ayr Beach to enjoy the warm weather. According to the Met Office, Scotland has registered the warmest Easter Sunday on record. However, this has caused a … Continue reading Easter Weekend Litter Angers Ayr’s Local Beachgoers
Under new plans Hunterston PARC in North Ayrshire is set to become an oil rig decommissioning hub, hoping to provide hundreds of jobs for the surrounding area. But many are sceptical of the developments, believing that the jobs are over-estimated … Continue reading ‘The Hunterston Proposal’ Fairlie’s Fight, A Community Divided
By Morgane Colinet PAEDOPHILE hunters hit Ayr last weekend as they went to meet an alleged child abuser. The suspected sex offender was intercepted just outside Ayr bus station whilst on his way to meet who he thought was a fourteen-year-old girl according to WolfPack Hunters UK. The Spanish man, allegedly from Barcelona according to the WolfPack Hunters UK Improved Facebook group, is a luggage handler working at Prestwick Airport. Due to the new data protection laws, he will remain unnamed. Currently living in Ayr, he was meant to be heading back to Spain in one month. As the Hunters … Continue reading Paedophile Hunters in Ayr
By Fethi Benaissa Last month, the crumbling former Ayr station hotel has forced South Ayshire Council to put in place an ‘extended exclusion zone’ around the building, limiting trains access and causing major disruptions in Scotrail services to and from … Continue reading Who Is Responsible For Ayr Station Chaos?