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Future economic growth in Ayrshire is set for a big boost with the formation of a new Ayrshire Regional Economic Partnership which brings together local authorities and their partner organisations, education and business to stimulate the local economy and build inclusive growth.
Work will start on Monday 18 February on the final stage of the £1.2 Flood Prevention Scheme at the Leggate in New Cumnock.
An innovative music project managed by East Ayrshire Council and aimed at offering pupils in P4-7 the opportunity to take part in a class string ensemble, has received plaudits from the Music Education Council (MEC).
Vehicles are still accessing The Square in Cumnock after it became a pedestrian zone last year and local elected members; Police Scotland and the Ayrshire Roads Alliance have joined forces to stamp out this dangerous behaviour.
Local people were encouraged to Move More at the Ayrshire launch of Macmillan Cancer Support’s national campaign
A burst water main at Cumnock Academy means the school will be closed on Thursday 7 February 2019.
Pupils and teachers from Dalmellington Primary school are getting up to some fishy business - and that’s official!
Kilmarnock’s Grand Hall is set to be filled with businesses showcasing vacancies on 7 March as East Ayrshire Council’s Employability team hold another in their highly successful series of recruitment events aimed at matching up people with prospective employers and training courses.
Ayrshire is set for a major jobs boost after it was confirmed that over £240million is set to be ploughed into the local economy.
A superb new barista coffee bar has opened at Cumnock Academy, offering a state of the art learning environment for pupils to learn valuable work skills.