A public service of remembrance was held this week to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Knockshinnoch mining disaster and rescue. The 1950 tragedy took place in New Cumnock when...

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Smokers in East Ayrshire can now breathe more easily thanks to the vigilance of the public, the thorough investigations of Trading Standards, and the tobacco tracking talents of Dixie the...

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We’re working with The Knowledge Partnership to conduct a Tenant Satisfaction Survey, interviewing 1,200 East Ayrshire Council tenants, from September to November 2020. The purpose of the Tenant Satisfaction Survey...

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Provost Jim Todd hoisted the Red Ensign, or ‘Red Duster’, to mark Merchant Navy Day and raise awareness of the UK’s ongoing dependence on Merchant Navy seafarers. The Council was...

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The Barony Campus in Cumnock, Scotland’s most innovative, ambitious and inclusive learning facility will welcome the young people of The Robert Burns Academy this October. The Campus, which is being...

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“The Scottish Government is fully committed to doing all that it can to protect the Aerospace Sector in Ayrshire and across Scotland.” Those were the words of reassurance from Jamie...

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