East Ayrshire Council is committed to the real Living Wage and ensuring that people are paid fairly for the work they do. On Thursday 16 April, the Executive Committee welcomed...

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From Jamaica to East Ayrshire, local authorities, community groups and charities have marked Commonwealth Day by taking part in the largest ever, single raising of the Commonwealth flag. This is...

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East Ayrshire Council has set a balanced budget for 2020/21, following its established well-planned, prudent approach which recognises that people are at the heart of the process. Although faced with...

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It’s Scottish Apprenticeship Week and we’re celebrating by highlighting some of the wonderful apprentices whose enthusiasm and hard work enhance our daily working lives. As council employees it’s great to...

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A UK Parliamentary General Election was held on Thursday 12 December 2019. Alan Brown of the Scottish National Party was announced as MP of Kilmarnock and Loudoun Constituency on Friday...

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Provost Jim Todd helped kick off the annual Scottish Poppy Appeal in Ayrshire at a reception this week in Dean Castle Visitor Centre, Kilmarnock. The event, with support from East...

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