East Ayrshire Council celebrated a double success at the 2020 IESE UK Public Sector Transformation Awards last week. The top gold award went to the Education and ICT teams who...

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Hundreds of young musicians piped up for Scotland’s musical heritage on Sunday when they went head-to-head in the world’s largest schools piping and drumming competition. Youngsters from 152 schools around...

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Provost Jim Todd and Councillor Iain Linton visited Kilmarnock couple John and Sarah Lambie recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage. The couple was presented with a basket...

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East Ayrshire Council has increased the roads budget for 2020/21 from £3.940m to £6m, and has agreed an ambitious improvement programme that will provide real improvements for roads, footways, street...

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Tackling child poverty remains a key priority for East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership as an estimated 26% of children are still living in poverty in Scotland. As a...

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Although faced with a set of constantly changing financial variables, over the last few weeks, the Council remains fully committed to its vision for a fairer, kinder, connected East Ayrshire...

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