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Local hero wins well deserved award

Barry Young, a painter with Housing Asset Services, who started work in what is now East Ayrshire Council in 1992, has been recognised by the Scottish Trade Unions Congress (STUC)...

Community Wealth Building given £3m Ayrshire Growth Deal funding boost

A new economic model will be the cornerstone of the Ayrshire Growth Deal as it develops over the coming months. At a recent  meeting of the Ayrshire Economic Joint Committee,...

Healthy lifestyles will help create healthier economy

A project that seeks to improve the health and lifestyles of communities across Ayrshire is set to move forward as part of the Ayrshire Growth Deal. At a recent meeting...


East Ayrshire young people to benefit from £740k+ employability funding boost

School leavers in East Ayrshire will benefit from a raft of new opportunities thanks to a £30m, Scotland wide initiative funded by the Scottish Government’s Young Person Guarantee (YPG)

Official opening of The Barony Campus

At the virtual official opening event, Jeane Freeman was joined online by Councillor Douglas Reid, Leader of the Council, fellow elected members, invited guests including Sir Tom Hunter and Sir...

Knockentiber – A great place to live

Earlier this month, the community joined together for their first litter pick of the year. The Council’s Outdoor Services provided the group with litter pickers, gloves and bags and there...