East Ayrshire’s Vibrant Communities Team has been out and about encouraging 16 and 17 year-olds to vote in the upcoming Scottish Parliament Election and as part of this, has been...

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December will herald the start of a whole new life for three families who will make East Ayrshire their home after fleeing the conflict in Syria. The families, who will...

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Provost Jim Todd, a former seaman himself, was called on to hoist the Red Ensign to mark Merchant Navy Day and raise awareness of the UK’s ongoing dependence on Merchant...

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Members of the armed forces gathered at Council Headquarters in Kilmarnock today to pay tribute to the contribution made by all those who serve or have served in Her Majesty’s...

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East Ayrshire Council has published information on Councillor’s remuneration, Allowances and Expenses that were paid to Councillors during financial year 2014/15. Under the Local Governance (Scotland) Act 2004 (Remuneration) Regulations...

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Former Depute Chief Executive, Elizabeth Morton, who retired from East Ayrshire Council on 31 March, was back in Council HQ recently for a presentation to mark her retirement and over...

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