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Newmilns mum is on a mission to 'graduate' in the ancient practice of soul midwifery

dailyrecord.co.uk — A 44-year-old mum living near Newmilns is training to be a midwife, though not in the conventional sense. Jane McCurrach hopes to 'graduate' in the ancient practice of soul midwifery which has changed the face of modern holistic and spiritual palliative care.

Newmilns mum blasts sick yob who shot the family cat and left the animal with one eye

dailyrecord.co.uk — A Newmilns mum has blasted a mindless yob who shot the family cat. Ginger tom Garfield had to have his left eye removed after the sickening incident last Tuesday night. And the injured 10-month-old cat has not left the house since. Owner Lisa Pirie, of Gilfoot, said: "I thought at first he had been hit by a car.

'I thought he'd been hit by a car': Mum's fury after pet cat Garfield is SHOT by mindless thug

dailyrecord.co.uk — A MUM has blasted a mindless yob who shot the family cat. Ginger tom Garfield had to have his left eye removed after the sickening incident last Tuesday night. And the injured 10-month-old cat has not left the house since. Owner Lisa Pirie, of Gilfoot, Ayrshire, said: "I thought at first he had been hit by a car.

Loudoun Castle CAN be saved, says architect behind ambitious project to restore the crumbling shell

dailyrecord.co.uk — The man with 'a pivotal role' in restoring the crumbling shell that is Loudoun Castle spoke exclusively to the Kilmarnock Standard this week. Architect Francis Shaw is an integral part of the design team who are working alongside Historic Scotland and other interested parties such as East Ayrshire Council to bring the ancient building back to life.

Kilmarnock is set to lose another major High Street name as Burton prepares to close its doors

dailyrecord.co.uk — Kilmarnock is to lose another major High Street name in the coming weeks. Burton, one of the country's leading men's clothing and fashion retailers, will close its King Street store on Saturday, March 7. It ends a 60-year association with the town, and narrows even further the already small choice of men's clothing shops.

East Ayrshire Council could close St Sophia's Primary building and transfer pupils to new premises at Galston school

dailyrecord.co.uk — East Ayrshire Council could close the existing St Sophia's Primary School and transfer pupils to nearby Galston Primary School campus by the summer of 2016. The controversial plan was tabled at last week's cabinet meeting, just six weeks after EAC vowed to build a new St Sophia's Primary School as part of a capital investment of £395million to deliver a range of 'ambitious and innovative' education projects across the area.

Kilmarnock flooding: Hundreds of people were brought to a standstill this week

dailyrecord.co.uk — Torrential rain brought Christmas misery to hundreds of Kilmarnock people on Monday morning. Residents in Fairyhill Road and New Mill Road had to be evacuated in the early hours after water reached their knees. Many residents complained the authorities seemed unprepared for the floods, and some said sandbags delivered in time might have prevented some of the damage.

Kilmarnock Conservative Club fire causes traffic mayhem as police reveal it was set deliberately

dailyrecord.co.uk — A fire in the former Conservative club in Kilmarnock which caused traffic chaos was started deliberately. The afternoon blaze in the iconic Victorian building in Sturrock Street was so fierce it brought rush-hour traffic to a standstill - more than two hours after it began.

Fresh start for Flowerbank children in grounds of old Kilmarnock school

dailyrecord.co.uk — The former Woodstock School building in Kilmarnock has been completely refurbished and extended and now features new playrooms, a quiet room, dining room and practical skills room, as well as a family group area, kitchen, laundry and care workers' room.

Kilmarnock care homes are smiling after national competition win

dailyrecord.co.uk — Howard House and Dean House care homes come tops in national event Two Kilmarnock care homes are all smiles after coming first and second in a competition for National Smile Month 2014. Howard House care home took top spot, with Dean House care home coming second.
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Feb 26, 2015

RT @nypost: Want to own a piece of history? Rob Ford is auctioning off his crack-confession tie nyp.st/1DvLL9j pic.twitter.com/4hycGn7SvO

Feb 26, 2015

@danie_d @MissESPN @yowhatupT not being a scientist I will accept that. Also excellent reason to be a physicist.

Feb 26, 2015

I just received the most impressive pitch to do a story on a prothetic cow foot that I have ever gotten. I commend the PR flack.

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