Published 24 May 2013 12:30
AN INDEPENDENT investigation is set to be launched into how East Ayrshire Council have been left facing a possible shortfall of more than £60m to pay for restoring abandoned opencast sites.
DEPUTE Provost John Campbell helped the residents of Berryknowe Care Home in Auchinleck to celebrate the home's fifth birthday this week.
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.
- Ayrshire entrepreneurs urged to realise their business ambitions
- Energy firm say they will listen to community ideas
- 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
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.