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East Ayrshire to boost young peoples' career opportunities with Young Person's Guarantee

East Ayrshire Council’s commitment to developing the talents and career prospects of its young people was mapped out at this week’s Cabinet meeting, when councillors approved plans to expand activities...

Moorfield Business Park welcomes new tenant as part of expansion plans

Moorfield Park in Kilmarnock continues to be the location of choice for local companies looking to expand their operations locally and earlier this week Council officials met with Scotia Double...

Celebrating one year in the life of the KBA

It’s just over a year since local business owner, Peter Telfer took over as chair of Kilmarnock Business Association (KBA), and in that time the group has worked very closely...


Mauchline pupils re-create famous Burns Poem in CARS project

Mauchline’s proud history as the place where Rabbie Burns, working behind in the fields at nearby  Mossgiel Farm, found inspiration to write “Tae a Mouse”  is being celebrated by Mauchline...

Infrastructure will ensure Kilmarnock’s Cultural Quarter thrives

At the heart of the Cultural Quarter is Centrestage, Ayrshire’s Arts Academy, which was established back in 2006. Centrestage moved from their original site at James Little Street in Kilmarnock...

Cumnock to become the green energy capital of Scotland!

Knockroon Estate, on the outskirts of Cumnock, has been unveiled as the location for a ground breaking, world-leading energy project which will revolutionise how renewable energy supplies are generated, stored...