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Thursday July 24, 2014
01:11 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon HIGH Value Cash Theft From Restaurant

 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web -- Ex-Morton Striker Signs For Dumbarton

 

PostHeaderIcon THIEVES Target Garden Sheds

THREE garden sheds were broken into in one Greenock street last night.

 

PostHeaderIcon ACCLAIMED Singer's Beacon Gig

 

SINGER songwriter Kevin McDermott performs at The Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock this week.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon FIRE Museum Open Extra Day

GREENOCK’S fire station museum is open specially on Saturday (26 July), 10am to 4pm, to coincide with the Commonwealth Flotilla. The museum is in the old fire station at the Municipal Buildings, Wallace Place, just off Dalrymple Street. | More about the museum

 

PostHeaderIcon BOWLS -- Membership Offer At Ardgowan

THE bowling section at the Ardgowan Club is celebrating the start of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games with a great membership offer.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Enjoying The Sun At Lunderston

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Glasgow Boys' Club Update

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Inverclyde Leisure 5K

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Port Golf Club Notices

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- 5am View

 

5am view from Gourock. Photo by Rosaleen Ferns | Click for bigger photo

 

PostHeaderIcon SHIP-Building Film Added To Cinema Games Event

A SHIP-building documentary that won an Oscar will be shown before the free screening of the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony at Greenock's cinema tomorrow (Wednesday).

 

PostHeaderIcon VESSELS Set For Massive Muster At Greenock

AN historic gathering of elegant small ships, clippers, yachts and working boats making up the Commonwealth Flotilla will muster at James Watt Dock, Greenock on Friday (25 July).

 

PostHeaderIcon £10,000 Fine For Company After Worker Crushed

AN Inverclyde engineering company was fined £10,000 over an accident in which one of its employees was crushed by a steel lathe, badly injuring him.

 

PostHeaderIcon PLEA After Dog Found

 

THIS Yorkshire Terrier was found running around in the Finnieston Street area of Greenock in danger of being hit by traffic.

 

PostHeaderIcon IN Brief -- Royal Regiment Band's Charity Concert

- BLOOD Donating Sessions In Gourock
- FREE Family Playscheme At Branchton

 

 

PostHeaderIcon PLANNING Permission Given For 30-Foot Ship-Building Sculpture

COUNCIL officials have given planning permission for a ship-building sculpture at a roundabout in Port Glasgow. It will be more than 30 feet high and is expected to cost around £250,000.

 

PostHeaderIcon LET'S Talk, Say Inverclyde Samaritans

LOCAL Samaritans volunteers will be out in Greenock raising awareness of the charity's campaign Talk To Us.

 

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