South Ayrshire Council News
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07 March 2014 15:20
South Ayrshire Council has approved further details of its revenue budget for 2015-17.
07 March 2014 14:53
South Ayrshire Provost Helen Moonie is marking International Women's Day tomorrow by calling on more women to make sure their voices are heard.
07 March 2014 14:44
South Ayrshire Council is committed to supporting all children and young people and making sure that they are safe, nurtured and protected from harm.
07 March 2014 13:57
Welfare reform continues to have an impact on people in South Ayrshire and South Ayrshire Council has extended its support to those most in need, working in partnership with Ayr Housing Aid Centre.
07 March 2014 13:43
A decision has been taken to consult with local communities on the future maintenance of 12 areas of land owned by South Ayrshire Council in varies locations.
06 March 2014 12:09
Over 30 people have already signed up for Earth Hour 2014, at www.earthhour.wwf.org.uk, placing South Ayrshire Council fourth out of the listed Scottish regions.
05 March 2014 16:43
Following on from the success of last year's Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Gathering this year's Gathering will take place on Wednesday 26 March 2014 at The Marine Hotel, Troon.
05 March 2014 16:16
A total of 30 local business people from 22 local businesses in Troon town centre are working in partnership with South Ayrshire Council sharing their visions for Troon town centre.
05 March 2014 08:59
South Ayrshire Provost Helen Moonie had the pleasure of judging the winning entries for the Ayr Town Twinning Association design a new logo competition.
04 March 2014 17:41
Tim Eltringham has been appointed as Director of Health and Social Care for the new South Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership.
04 March 2014 10:30
Mary Campbell from Ayr celebrated her 100th birthday in style with a very special visitor.
03 March 2014 13:02
Households living in fuel poverty will benefit from a £60 million fund to make their homes warmer, more environmentally friendly and cheaper to heat.