Local pupils helped to ‘keep the memory alive’ last week at East Ayrshire Council as part of an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. Pupils from Park School, and Loudoun,...

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A new dawn is fast approaching for Kilmarnock Academy, which moves to the William McIlvanney Campus in the spring – its fourth site in its illustrious 210 year history. Ahead...

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Two East Ayrshire establishments have earned an Eat Safe Award for their high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and food safety. Councillor Jim McMahon, Cabinet Member for Older People and Community...

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A vigilant member of the public has made East Ayrshire Council’s Trading Standards Service aware of a company who are currently using cold calling techniques to target East Ayrshire residents....

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With almost 43 years of public service, East Ayrshire Council’s Depute Chief Executive, Safer Communities, Chris McAleavey has announced his intention to retire from East Ayrshire Council. Chris has enjoyed...

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Anyone who’s come into town on their own and fancies a chat over a cuppa while they’re there can now do so at iCafe in King Street, Kilmarnock. The idea...

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