Published 23 May 2013 09:30
ON a daily basis East Ayrshire Council employees are working round the clock carrying out essential tasks which positively affect all members of the community.
ASPIRING Ayrshire entrepreneurs are being urged take their first steps towards turning their dreams into reality, by applying to join the next cohort of Scotland's first free business accelerator programme, Entrepreneurial Spark (ESpark).
AN ENERGY firm which is proposing to build a wind farm near Loch Doon has pledged to listen to the feedback it received from members of the public after hosting a series of exhibitions in the area last week.
- MSP welcomes drop in alcohol sales
- Council Commits to £12.6 Million to Delivering Broadband
- Cumnock plays host to Coal Taskforce
- Walkers conquer Goatfell challenge
- New Cumnock kids help out with mine restoration
- Minerals Trust hopeful over future funding
- NHS Staff views mould plans for improvements in maternity care
- Students a cut above thanks to charity efforts
- 'Dangerous' tyre supplier fined
- Rural support road show to visit Ayrshire
- Tax credit claimants warned over scam emails
Ten million quid. That's what that's what say it'll cost to give Margaret Thatcher the state funeral that's not really a state funeral.
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BRIAN McLuckie this week slammed the SJFA for the fixture scheduling which looks set to send Cumnock into a relegation play-off.