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    Largs & Millport Weekly News

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    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    WITH ART work displayed all over the world, and a multitude of prestigious awards in the bag, its amazing to think that for internationally acclaimed artist Louise Jarvis, it all started at Vikingar twenty years ago. …

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    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    Fairlie man Sandy Neillands has thanked his friend Neil McKinnon for helping him in a huge running challenge around the Isle of Arran. …

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    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    A new dust management plan has been set up by Clydeport who were rapped this week by a leading environmental body in relation to coal dust issues. Cllr. Tom Marshall has called on Clydeport to take the matter more seriously. …

  • Fairlie crash sparks calls for 20mph limit

    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    A Peugeot car has crashed into a wall on Fairlies main road on Tuesday afternoon, leading to further calls for a 20mph limit from a prominent roads campaigner. …

  • MSP Organises Free Microchipping of Dogs, Courtesy of Dogs Trust

    by Craig Wilson

    Local MSP Kenneth Gibson has arranged for dogs to benefit from free microchipping - normally... …

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    Largs & Millport Weekly News

    The councils ruling administration have agreed to support Fairlie residents in their bid to improve safety on the A78 through the village - including increased lobbying for a 20mph speed limit and road safety signage. …

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