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A memorial plaque was unveiled at the Dick Institute, Kilmarnock recently in memory of William McIlvanney by his son, author and distinguished academic, Professor Liam McIlvanney.
Pupils at Stewarton Academy have helped launch the national tour of ‘Balisong’ a theatre performance supporting the No Knives, Better Lives (NKBL) campaign – an event attended by Justice Minister Humza Yousaf MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Justice
The fourth Ayrshire wide private landlord conference will be held on Saturday 10 November at St Joseph’s Academy in Kilmarnock.
Pupils from Doon Academy have hit the national news headlines, featuring in a Channel 4 news broadcast about their work for the recent Cumnock Tryst.
Ambitious proposals for Ayrshire that could transform the economic prospects for the region have taken a major step towards becoming a reality.
East Ayrshire’s garden competition attracted a record number of local amateur gardeners this year, all vying for the Best Garden title.
A local tradesman has been given a community payback order at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court following an investigation by East Ayrshire Council’s Trading Standards Service.
Five hundred local job hunters had their prospects boosted last week at the latest in a series of highly successful recruitment events held at Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall. With 50 stalls from local employers and training agencies, potential candidates could choose from a huge range of opportunities, from care work to construction, and retail work to careers with the Fire Service, Army and Stagecoach.
Hillhead Primary School in Kilmarnock has achieved a Unicef Rights Respecting Schools (RRS) Bronze Award for its work in creating a safe and inspiring place to learn for pupils.