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All options open on Kilmarnock Academy and James Hamilton Academy mergerRead
Detailed plans for the creation of a multi-million pound superschool in Kilmarnock have been unveiled.Read
A Stewarton shopkeeper convicted of sexually assaulting a customer has lost his personal drinks licence.Read
A mother who was denied a cancer drug that could have extended her life has died.Read
A woman’s drink and drugs binge after being released from jail led to bizarre behaviour in a Kilmarnock shop.Read
East Ayrshire Council is set to build an extra 37 council houses over the next few years following an additional £1 million boost from the Scottish Government.Read
Scout leaders have urged the owners of a disused piece of land to come forward – before someone is seriously hurt.Read
Responses received in a consultation process over a major council consultation on the Gaelic language plan have been branded “offensive”.Read
A driver stopped by police after an anonymous call had an alcohol level more than 2½ times the legal limit.Read
Hundreds of council staff are thinking about leaving their jobs.Read
The devoted Kilmarnock fan who died after taking ill while watching his team had only missed one match in 17 years.Read
A petition against the bedroom tax is being spearheaded by MP Cathy Jamieson.Read
Kilmarnock man Jim Caddis could fall victim to the bedroom tax.Read
The ongoing saga over a £1 million plan to build a new bridge over the ford in Kilmarnock’s Dean Park has been hit with more problems.Read
The public consultation over the proposed new Kilmarnock superschool will be open and transparent, councillors have pledged.Read
A Kilmarnock town centre off-sales has been stripped of its drinks licence for four weeks following police complaints.Read
A drunk woman who walked in front of a police car was remanded in custody at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court last week.Read
Scottish Water has been fined for allowed toxic sludge to pollute a river.Read
A Kilmarnock man threatened his ex-partner and her boyfriend after a court hearing.Read
A grandmother who was looking after a child was so drunk that she couldn’t remember her grandson’s name.Read
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