Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall was again the venue for this year’s spectacular Instrumental Music Service Gala Concert an annual event which showcases star performances by talented young musicians from schools across...

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Winter weather, power cuts, disruption on the roads, cyber-crime, accidents – and even the flu. The unexpected can strike at any time and can disrupt our lives in an instant....

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Kilmarnock’s Christmas Lights Switch On promises to be a noisy, interactive, action packed affair – with organisers saying “Don’t just be a spectator – come and take part!” With two...

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East Ayrshire Council’s Clean, Green and Vibrant Initiative won an award at the prestigious Chartered Institute of Housing Excellence Awards recently. Clean, Green and Vibrant, was created and developed by...

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Abandoned hill villages and colliery brass bands, both legacies of a once thriving coal industry, are to play a central role in a scheme to renew the industrialised heartland of...

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Three heroic East Ayrshire Council employees who saved the lives of a young mother and her baby were recognised by Provost Jim Todd at a special civic recognition event. Jamie...

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