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Children's panel recruitment drive in Ayrshire
Do you have what it takes to make decisions which will help the lives of children and young people who are in trouble or at risk? North, South and East Ayrshire Councils are supporting the Children's Hearing System in their search for new Children's Panel members.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
GWF Merrick Stages Rally/September 6th
Competitors on next month's GWF Energy Merrick Stages Rally are being promised an "entertaining but testing" route comprising seven classic stages centred on the Galloway Forest Park.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Care choice plan 'could fail' as councils stick to EU rules
CHARITIES have warned policies designed to let older people choose their own care will fail if councils insist on following European rules on tendering.
Ambition for South Ayrshire town centres
The retail trade in South Ayrshire's town centres is set to benefit from a new package of support thanks to South Ayrshire Council's flagship 1.5 million AMBITION programme.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Call for public inquiry over windfarm plan
Members of a community council in Carrick are calling for a public inquiry into a decision to grant a windfarm application near Straiton.
The Daily Record
Navy to the rescue as walkers left stranded in Highlands after night...
THE group had been walking in the north-west Highlands on Monday when they found their route blocked by a river which had burst its banks and "become a raging torrent", the Navy said.
1100 protest at day care cuts
Elderly residents now travel by bus to Girvan. Petition organiser Wilma Milligan said the fact there was no longer day care in Maybole was a 'disgrace' as she handed the document to the town's councillors.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Provost welcomes children from Chernobyl
Provost Helen Moonie has welcomed 10 young girls from Chernobyl to South Ayrshire Council headquarters during their visit to the area, organised by the Ayrshire Link of the Chernobyl Children's Lifeline.
Girls dance to leadership qualification
Over 80 teenage girls from South Ayrshire are training for an Award in Dance Leadership with YDance this week.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Carrick Gazette editorial- Great work is going on in Carrick villages
As the Gazette reports this week, the conservation village of Barr is all set to get a new 'Super Playpark' come September.
Policing update from Ayrshire divisional commander
Summer has arrived and after months of detailed planning locally with our partners, Ayrshire Division is proud to have played its part in welcoming the Queen's Baton Relay into South and East Ayrshire on Friday 20th and Saturday 21 June 2014.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Good news on the employment front for South Ayrshire's youth
There's some encouraging news for young people in South Ayrshire, as figures show the number of young people aged 16-19 and not in Education, Employment or Training decreased by the biggest amount compared to the rest of Scotland, with a total fall of 3.1%.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Games opening ceremony: what audience at Celtic Park thought
Crowds leaving the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games have described it as a "fantastic" spectacle with an "electric atmosphere".
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Wind farm extension plans approved
An extension of the Clyde wind farm in South Lanarkshire, and the Dersalloch wind farm in South Ayrshire have been approved.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
South Ayrshire people to mark World War One
More than 100 people from South Ayrshire will represent the area at a major event marking the 100 year anniversary of the outbreak of World War One in Edinburgh next month.
Concerts back after revamp
Young people from the South Ayrshire Council's Skills Towards Employment Project worked up designs and the bandstand has now been transformed with murals.