Ex-news chief was among county’s “most dedicated and eminent churchmen”
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Neil Dryburgh, the former Ayr Advertiser reporter and longest serving freelance journalist in Ayrshire, has died. He was 75. Neil, who was originally from Greenlaw in the Borders, also wrote for the Sunday Post, the Daily Express in Glasgow and
Friends and colleagues have paid tribute to Ayrshire Post editor Jim Robb, who has lost his battle with cancer. The 54-year-old was an experienced and well-respected journalist who colleagues have described as a “true professional”. Jim enjoyed a long and
The Scottish region of the Society of Editors has elected its first woman to the chair. Ann Galbraith, editor of the Ayr Advertiser will be joined by Sallyanne Duncan, lecturer in journalism at University of Paisley, as her vice chairman.