Minister for Youth and Women’s Employment Annabelle Ewing was in Kilmarnock to meet women who have used an Ayrshire project to train for careers in forestry and estate management. The...

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East Ayrshire Council’s settled view of how planning and development decisions should be made for the next 10 – 20 years is up for scrutiny this week with the launch...

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Have you ever thought about designing a hanging shop sign? In recent years, traditional easily recognised signs like barber’s poles and apothecary’s pestles and mortars have largely disappeared from our...

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A special dog fouling initiative was held in Mauchline and the surrounding area recently, resulting in fines for those who did not pick up after their dog. A week of...

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Dumfries House was the venue for a dynamic public consultation event about the future of the East Ayrshire village of New Cumnock, attracting representatives from across the local community. The...

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As Galston’s Conservation Area Regeneration Scheme (CARS) starts to take shape in the town, 12 pupils from Loudoun Academy have taken the opportunity to learn more, first hand, about the...

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