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Cllr Reid with Cllrs Cowan, Linton, Jones, Chief Executive Eddie Fraser, Linda McAulay-Griffiths, HT Tina Gaitens and children and young people from Crosshouse PS and Communication Centre

Investment in schools across East Ayrshire

At the recent meeting of Cabinet agreement was reached on the annual Learning Estate Management Plan, which will now be submitted to the Scottish Government.

Provost Todd officially opens The Robert Burns skills academy

Innovative DYW Robert Burns Skills Academy is officially open!

Provost Jim Todd cut a ceremonial ribbon to officially open the innovative Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Robert Burns Skills Academy at The Robert Burns Academy recently.

East Ayrshire Council

Council agrees plans to expand electric vehicle infrastructure

East Ayrshire Council has this week agreed plans to increase the infrastructure to cater for more electric vehicles (EV) across Ayrshire.

RWC final edition jpg

East Ayrshire Council achieves Recruit with Conviction Ambassador status

East Ayrshire Council has officially achieved 'Recruit with Conviction' Ambassador Status, meaning that it promotes safe, suitable and sustainable employment for people who have criminal convictions.

Ayrshire tourism conference

Ayrshire tourism forging ahead

Businesses aiming to capitalise on partnership commitment

The tourism industry in Ayrshire is putting a plan in place to help secure the future of one of the region’s most important economic drivers.

St Marnock Sqaure mural

New Kilmarnock Strategic Group will boost town centre development

Like every other town in Scotland, Kilmarnock is constantly evolving,  and with the Covid-19 pandemic,  Brexit, the energy crisis and the  effects of an economic downturn all having an effect on work patterns and shopping habits,  demand for, and use of, buildings and public spaces has changed dramatically in the last few years.

Mr Smith leading the PiDay fun 2023

PiDay celebrations at Grange Academy are electric

The annual PiDay celebrations at Grange Academy were literally electric this year, as young people from the school took part in a Pi Voltage experiment to approximate pi.

Wendy Pring and son James from The Way Forward 2045

Openreach hits ultrafast broadband landmark in Ayrshire

More than 100,000 homes and businesses in Ayrshire can now access Openreach's full fibre network

Mr & Mrs Young DW 1

John and Isobel Young celebrate Diamond Wedding Anniversary

Depute Provost Claire Leitch and Councillor Linda Holland visited Auchinleck couple John and Isobel Young recently to congratulate them on 60 years of marriage.

Head Teacher John Stuart with project design lead Andrew Clark

Exciting new plans for Stewarton Academy

Exciting plans for Stewarton Academy were unveiled at a special community event recently, where parents, carers, young people, the local community and local elected members could view plans for the new extension and internal alterations.

East Ayrshire Council

SEARCH is going online!

The Single East Ayrshire Common Housing Register (SEARCH) application is going online.

Grange Academy receive the Killie Trust Cup from Provost Todd and the Leader of the Council, Councillor Douglas Reid

Inaugural Killie Trust Cup Final held at Rugby Park

The inaugural Killie Trust Cup Final was held at Rugby Park recently, where Kilmarnock's Grange Academy faced Cumnock’s The Robert Burns Academy.