The catering team from University Hospital Crosshouse has earned an Eat Safe Award for their high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and food safety. Councillor Jim McMahon, Cabinet Member for Older...

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East Ayrshire’s Trading Standards Service enlisted the help of Dixie the Tobacco Detection Dog recently to sniff out concealed stocks of non-compliant tobacco products. The mission was extremely successful with...

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Grants to support projects in disadvantaged and rural communities. Communities in East Ayrshire will benefit from £2.35 million to regenerate local areas. Two local projects will receive a share of...

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The revitalisation of Kilmarnock’s Historic Quarter has reached another milestone with the arrival of the first tenant in the newly opened Ingram Enterprise Centre. Sitting proudly on a prominent site...

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Exciting new plans for a revamp of Cumnock’s Bus Station were revealed in a Public Consultation on East Ayrshire Council’s website in November 2017. And now, as that consultation draws...

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Two East Ayrshire establishments have earned an Eat Safe Award for their high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and food safety. Councillor Jim McMahon, Cabinet Member for Older People and Community...

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