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MSP takes campaign across the Irish Sea

Long-term investment in south west Scotland’s transport routes is essential if the area is to remain competitive, which is why MSP Brian Whittle took his campaign over to Northern Ireland.

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Dunure Castle, Dunure, South Ayrshire. 'Picture by Paul Tomkins.

Local tourism employs 6000

The local tourism industry is gearing up for its spring marketing campaign, having achieved two of the three targets in the Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Strategy 2012-2017.

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Scottish Government Infrastructure Minister Michael Matheson joined Ayrshire council leaders in celebrating the Scottish Government's commitment to �100m of funding for the Ayrshire Growth Deal.

£200m boost to local economy

As UK and Scottish Governments each confirm their £100m commitment to economic growth in Ayrshire, Scottish Government Minister Michael Matheson met with council leaders.

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Culzean Castle & Country Park will be taking part in the festival on Friday, January 25.

Snowdrops at Culzean Castle

Signalling the end of winter and the promise of spring, the Scottish Snowdrop Festival showcases Scotland’s most beautiful snowdrop collections including those at Culzean Castle.

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A77 through Ballantrae is resurfaced

A77 through Ballantrae is resurfaced

Resurfacing work on the A77 through Ballantrae will involve a convoy traffic management system through the village from 8am on Monday, November 26, to 6pm on Friday, November 30.

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South of Scotland  MSP Brian Whittle during the debate.

Maybole bypass work is stuck in the slow lane

The repeated delays to the start of work on the Maybole by-pass show just how little interest the Scottish Government has in the south west, according to South of Scotland Conservative MSP Brian Whittle.

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