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South Ayrshire Council says work on a brand new athletics centre in Ayr is set to get underway before the end of this month.
A nurse who lives in Ayr is to receive the Order of the British Empire (OBE), after she was one of numerous medical professionals to be recognised in the Queens Birthday Honours List.
The company behind plans for a massive new store within an Ayr retail park has been revealed as the major shopping chain The Range, two months after the plans were originally announced.
Plans to add a range of new facilities to the Somerset Park home of Ayr United have taken a big leap forward, after Scottish Water gave its approval in principal to the Somerset Hub scheme.
Ayr has moved nearer to getting a brand new leisure hub, with the confirmation that a building contractor has been chosen by the council to construct it.
Two women from Ayr who set up a baking business from home early last year are now set to move into brand-new premises in the centre of the town.
A fashion designer based in Ayr is in contention for a prestigious royal award for the work she does in creating colourful clothes inspired by her African heritage.
A proposal to build blocks of flats on a site by the side of the harbour in Ayr will be moving forward, following last months decision by the council to award planning permission.
A massive school for primary pupils is set to be built just outside of Ayr, following the decision of the local council to approve the proposals at a recent meeting.
While COVID-19 may have led to the cancellation of the annual switching on of the festive lights in Ayr this year, the council has announced that residents will be able to visit a Winter Wanderland instead.