In this week's Largs and Millport Weekly News

Published: 11 Apr 2012 14:300 comments

All the happenings in this week's Largs and Millport Weekly News.

Award winning cartoonist Frank Boyle speaks about his love of Wemyss Bay Railway Station in this week's Largs and Millport News.

COME ON THEESEL!

Largs Thistle have a big semi-final this Sunday against Shotts Bon Accord in the Emirates Scottish Cup. We also reveal the truth behind last week's dramatic goings-on behind the scenes at the club

ARREST AFTER HAYLIE CRASH

LAWYERS' CHALLENGE TO NORTH AYRSHIRE COUNCIL CHIEF.

£50 PETROL NUMBER PLATE REVEALED

Largs Council decline queen's jubileee proposal

Should Largs have a Coat of Arms?

Council praised for sweeping the roads

"Dawn Homes would be the death of Fairlie"

Community Council toast Torrance

Largs Community Council are to congratulate local golfing legend Sam Torrance after winning a prestigious lifetime achievement award

Labour complaint about Salmond meeting Weirs

Air ambulance to the rescue - How can Cumbrae improve medical service?

Facebook moan on the Garrison 'road'

Opening hours at Millport Library and office cut

Largs Car Park is a 'shambles'

SNP 'threat' to ferry fares says Labour man

Crew wanted for Largs lifeboat

Scouts financial appeal for funds

Largs woman's quest to create a spiritual centre

Largs Thistle curlers will line up for 20th anniversary

New league season for Largs Tennis

FURNITURE BLAZE IN WEST KILBRIDE

Lawyers' challenge to NAC legal chief

Skelmorlie Ladies in Ayrshire golf triumph

Jennifer in Scottish swim camp

Top cartoonist loves Wemyss Bay station

Largs litter disgrace is 'economic suicide'

"Citizens Advice bureau employed too many"

"Largs beach is a dump"

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