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1000 trees to be planted in schools across East Ayrshire

Seven schools, namely Catrine, Dalrymple, Drongan, Galston, Hillhead, Logan and Newmilns Primaries have been piloting the project and the children have been helping to create biodiverse learning environments within their...

Rise in sheep worrying causes concern

People walking with their dogs have a responsibility to ensure that they are under control and don’t cause distress to animals they meet while out walking, including livestock like sheep....

School Streets trial to start after Easter holidays

Catrine Primary and St Sophia’s Primary in Galston will be the first schools in East Ayrshire to take part in a School Streets trial which will begin after the Easter...


Boo gives tobacco cheats a fright

They say man’s best friend is a dog and they have a reputation for keeping people safe in all sorts of circumstances. Now pooch power has helped keep smokers in...

Cumnock to become the green energy capital of Scotland!

Knockroon Estate, on the outskirts of Cumnock, has been unveiled as the location for a ground breaking, world-leading energy project which will revolutionise how renewable energy supplies are generated, stored...

New recycling centre for Cumnock

A new public recycling centre is to be built at Caponacre in Cumnock following planning permission being granted for the new facility.  The recycling centre will provide safe, easy access...