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Tuesday March 03, 2015
20:18 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon SNOW Causes Travel Woes

SNOW caused rush-hour travel disruption including a long traffic jam through Gourock where a lorry became stuck at a major junction. | Read More

 

PostHeaderIcon MORTON Match Going Ahead

 

MORTON'S match against Stirling Albion at Cappielow tonight (Tuesday) will go ahead as planned at 7.30 it has been decided, following a pitch inspection at Cappielow this afternoon.


 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web: Cargo Ship To Be Towed To Greenock For Repair

 

 

PostHeaderIcon CAR Crash Knocks Out Lamp-Light Power

 

A CAR crashed off a steep road in Gourock during wintry weather last night, collided with an electricity box and knocked out power to lamplights.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Snowy Scenes

 

PostHeaderIcon IN Brief -- Philharmonic Society Concert

- LARKFIELD, Braeside And Branchton Meeting
- INVERCLYDE Intercessors Prayer Meeting

 

PostHeaderIcon SCOUT District Commissioner Standing Down

PETER Bennett is stepping down after 18 months in charge of Greenock and District Scouts.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon LOST And Found -- iPhone Lost In Greenock

- Appeal To Man Who Found Keys
- Dogs' Owner Traced

| Read More Lost And Found

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Greenock Welfare League Results And Fixtures

 

PostHeaderIcon AMERICAN Football -- Phoenix Train With Super Bowl Winner

 

INVERCLYDE Phoenix players got the chance to train with Super Bowl winner Scott McCready during their Sunday training session at Battery Park, Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon WEMYSS Bay To Port Glasgow Trains Back On

TRAINS between Port Glasgow and Wemyss Bay are running again. They had been disrupted earlier because of signalling problems.

 

PostHeaderIcon ABOUT 50 Shades Of Varying Colours At Waterloo Road

 

PostHeaderIcon BACK To Broadway Will Mean Back To Greenock For Dario

WHEN hit show ‘Back to Broadway’ comes to the Greenock’s Beacon Theatre this week  it will be a spectacular homecoming for performer Dario Cacioppo.

 

PostHeaderIcon ATHLETICS -- Greenock Parkrun Event 42 Report

 

WITH a light breeze and no rain it was a perfect day for running for those taking part in the free, weekly five kilometre parkrun on the Esplanade this week.

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- Inverkip Sunset

 

SUNSET over Inverkip. Photo by Pam Kaur | Click for bigger photo

 

PostHeaderIcon CONCERT In Aid Of Hospice

A CONCERT in aid of Ardgowan Hospice, featuring Brass Sounds Inverclyde and the Clydeside Singers, takes place at the weekend.

 

PostHeaderIcon ATHLETICS -- Drew Is One Of UK's Fastest Teenagers

 

INVERCLYDE AC runner Drew McIntyre is now ranked in the top 10 fastest teenagers in the UK after competing over 60 metres at the UK age group indoor championships held in Sheffield.

 

PostHeaderIcon RAMBLERS Walk At Boden Boo

INVERCLYDE Ramblers are going on a nine-mile riverbank and woodland walk at Boden Boo woods, Erskine and the Clyde on Saturday (7 March), leaving at 9am from lower Brymner Street, Greenock at the west wing of the Customhouse.

| Inverclyde Ramblers

 

PostHeaderIcon BRACE For McManus At Peterhead

MORTON came from behind to defeat Peterhead, with two goals from Declan McManus.

 

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