Over 150 invited guests from the local community, Scottish Government, East Ayrshire Council, Scottish Mines Restoration Trust and partners who contributed to opencast restoration, were treated to a preview of...

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Depute Provost Claire Leitch 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...

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Friends, family and regular patrons all enjoyed a sunny day at Rosebank Resource Centre in Kilmarnock last weekend as it celebrated its tenth anniversary with a barbeque and lively music...

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The Council has recruited six young people and four adult apprentices who will be specialising in a number of different trades including electricians, joiners, plasterers and plumbers. During their four-year...

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Stage One of the Tour will start in George Square, Glasgow on Saturday 7 September and will see some of the world’s top cyclists competing on over 200 km of...

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East Ayrshire Council has launched a Domestic Abuse Policy which sets out its commitment to helping anyone in East Ayrshire who is experiencing domestic abuse. Domestic abuse is emotional, physical...

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