North Ayrshire, Scotland Newswire

North Ayrshire, Scotland Newswire

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  1. Cowtown Debut New Video & Announce New Album 'Paranormal Romance'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Cowtown are to release their 4th studio LP Paranormal Romance this August 19th with Athens, Georgia label HHBTM Records in the USA on ghostly white vinyl. The Sheffield DIY label Audacious Art Experiment and new Folkestone label and record store Hot Salvation will release in the UK on limited pink vinyl.

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  2. Recorded crime falls in AyrshireRead the original story

    Yesterday | Carrick Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Recorded crime has continued to fall across Ayrshire in the past year, according to new figures published by Police Scotland.

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  3. Class Teacher (Additional Support Needs)North AyrshireRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Educational Supplement

    To be responsible and accountable for teaching duties in accordance with the Council's overall Education and Youth Employment objectives. To lead a class team to effectively deliver all aspects of the curriculum to a group of children who have complex additional support needs.

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  4. Rock on! Dorset is a top holiday spot for geologistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    Professional and budding geologists across the UK are heading to the coast this summer hoping to do a bit of rock spotting alongside sunbathing and building sandcastles. Using the geology app, the British Geological Survey has identified their top ten most popular coastal destinations in Great Britain.

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  5. EU referendum: North Ayrshire voters opt for RemainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    More than half of those who voted in yesterday's poll backed the Remain campaign with the area following suit with the rest of Scotland. A total of 38,394 people chose to remain while 29,110 backed an exit.

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  6. Magnum will close before new leisure centre opens as North Ayrshire Council perform u-turnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    The people of Irvine could be without a leisure centre for weeks after North Ayrshire Council refused to confirm when the Magnum would close. The forlorn centre's replacement - the 20m Portal - is under construction on High Street and scheduled to open in January 2017.

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  7. Councillor hits out after school investment cash is cut to plug funding gapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    Part of the underspend was used to plug a A 2m overspend in the Health and Social Care Partnership budget. North Ayrshire Council confirmed this week the schools fund had dropped from 8 million to 6 million, to plug a 2m overspend in the Health and Social Care Partnership budget.

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  8. Grieving daughter disgusted after her dad's grave is left in ruinRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    Kelly Bunce says she visits her dad's grave every day and was shocked to find it in a state of disrepair so close to the anniversary of his death. A grieving daughter says she's "heartbroken" and "disgusted" after finding her father's grave in a state of disorder.

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  9. Councillor slams North Ayrshire Citizen's Advice contract 'omissions'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    A Labour councillor this week slammed 'serious omissions' in a contract which has seen four Citizen's Advice offices close in North Ayrshire. At last Wednesday's meeting Councillor Joe Cullinane said key requirements of the contract between the council and North Ayrshire Citizens Advice Service had not been fulfilled.

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  10. Over A 1.5million to be spent on paths and cycle routes after North Ayrshire Council secure fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 23 | The Daily Record

    The council will invest A 150,000 into the project after receiving A 250,000 from Sustrans and A 100,000 from Irvine Bay Regeneration. One of the confirmed projects, where funding has been secured, is a 500,000 package of improvements across Irvine and the i3 Enterprise Area including path upgrades, barrier removals and signage.

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  11. Maritime Craft Services unveils new addition to fleetRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 23 | Scotsman.com

    North Ayrshire-based Maritime Craft Services has grown its fleet to 24 after adding the 26-metre Typhoon class MCS Swath 1 crew transfer vessel in a multi-million-pound purchase. The family-owned firm, which has about 100 staff, said the new addition will carry passengers and cargo to offshore wind farms and is its first small waterplane area twin hull vessel.

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  12. Arran Brewery threatens to pull out of Scotland's first sake brewery site because of 'morons'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Sunday Herald

    ARRAN Brewery is considering quitting the site of what would be Scotland's first sake brewery after a string of thefts and vandal attacks over two years. The firm bought a former primary school in Dreghorn, North Ayrshire, to house the new facility two years ago, but a spate attacks on the premises and issues with grants have held up their plans.

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  13. Club attracts top cyclists to CarrickRead the original story

    Monday May 30 | Carrick Today

    Bank holiday Sunday attracted 60 racing cyclists to South Ayrshire, where Ayr Roads/Harry Fairbairn Cycling Club hosted the Straiton Struggle Road Race. This event is part of the South West of Scotland Road Series Championships and is open to category 2, 3 and 4 roadmen and women.

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  14. Irvine's Coastwatch branch prepare for two-day Pilot House fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The Daily Record

    A two-day charity event at Irvine Beach Park aims to kick-start a fundraising campaign to restore the Harbour Pilot House. The Coastwatch Irvine team have organised a family fun weekend with a zip slide from the Big Idea across the water and are hoping it will be one of the most entertaining events of the summer calendar.

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  15. Charity to hold fundraiser to benefit Irvine's most vulnerable familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The Daily Record

    Fun for Good Alba will host a weekend of entertainment at Irvine Community Sports Club on Saturday, July 2 and Sunday, July 3. The kind-hearted organisers, led by Michelle Young, have dished out 200 free tickets for Irvine schoolkids - with proceeds from the weekend being split between the charity and North Ayrshire Foodbank. "We're really excited about the day and we're running a load of special competitions for folk too," Michelle said.

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  16. European Union referendum: North Ayrshire voters prepare to go to the pollsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The Daily Record

    North Ayrshire residents go to the polls this week to decide whether Britain should remain as part a member of the European Union. There is no definitive time for the North Ayrshire declaration, although it is estimated this is likely to be made between 2am and 3am on Friday, June 24. The first stage of the count, which is the verification of ballot papers, will begin immediately after the close of poll at 10pm.

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  17. North Ayrshire Council to impose ruthless bin rules in bid to improve recycling recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 22 | The Daily Record

    North Ayrshire Council is already the second highest performing local authority area in Scotland when it comes to recycling - but the council want to do even better. Bins with incorrect items in them will no longer be collected and instead they'll be tagged by collection crews starting on Monday, June 27. In most cases, tagged bins will only be collected on the household's next collection date, as long as the contaminated item is removed.

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  18. Vandals threaten to scupper Scotland's first sake breweryRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 22 | Scotsman.com

    PLANS to open the first sake brewery in Scotland have been dealt a severe blow after vandals caused thousands of pounds in damages to a site in North Ayrshire. Arran Brewery bought a former primary school in Dreghorn two years ago with a view to converting it into a production centre for Japanese rice wine.

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  19. AHDB on the hunt for nine new monitor farms in ScotlandRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 22 | FarmingUK

    Aim of the programme is to establish farms to help improve the profitability, productivity and sustainability of producers through practical demonstrations The new monitor farms project, which will be funded by A 1.25million secured from the Scottish Government and European Union's Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Fund, will be run jointly by Quality Meat Scotland and AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds. The two organisations are looking for interested farmers in the following areas: Nithsdale; Scottish Borders; North Ayrshire; Lothians; Mearns & Angus; Lochaber; Morayshire; Sutherland; and The Northern Isles.

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  20. Watchdog to probe man's claim of historical abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 16 | Sunday Herald

    A VICTIM of historical child abuse has seen his fight for justice take a step forward after an investigation was launched into his case worker - who is still employed in the industry. Now the social services watchdog has opened an investigation into allegations his social worker left him in a foster placement despite knowing he was being "beaten" and apparently disregarded claims he was being sexually abused.

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