It might seem early to be thinking about cold winter nights, but it’s never too early to think about safety in bed. Every year faulty electric blankets, particularly those over...

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People in Kilmarnock are working well together in the face of a changing High Street environment. BBC Scotland featured the town’s efforts in the face of BHS closures this week...

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The future of East Ayrshire’s mineral resources, and open cast coal sites in particular, will be outlined in the Minerals Main Issues Report, a planning document which is due to...

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An initiative, led by the Council’s Corporate Enforcement Unit, has addressed smoking within Kilmarnock and Cumnock bus stations after a campaign to stamp out the problem. Police Scotland and officers...

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Perfect weather shed a good light on Kilmarnock last week as Phil Williams, President of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) met Provost Jim Todd and members of East Ayrshire...

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Daldorch House School has become the first education establishment in East Ayrshire to earn an Eat Safe Award for their high standards of hygiene, cleanliness and food safety. Councillor Tom...

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