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Tuesday September 02, 2014
00:33 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon ON The Web -- Greenock Dad Jailed For Killing Son's Mugger

 

PostHeaderIcon MORTON Loan Deal

MORTON'S Twitter feed  @morton_fc has announced that manager Jim Duffy has agreed a four-month loan deal for Rangers midfielder Robbie Crawford.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Nicholas McDonald Concert

 

PostHeaderIcon CRIME In Brief -- Attempted Break-Ins

 

 

PostHeaderIcon 70-YEAR-Old Holds On To Alleged Attacker

A PENSIONER who was allegedly punched in the face in Port Glasgow town centre was able to defend himself and hold on to the suspect until police arrived.

 

PostHeaderIcon IN Brief -- Inverkip And Wemyss Bay Meeting

 

 

PostHeaderIcon TRAFFIC Disruption For Flood Work

MOTORISTS face disruption on a busy Gourock route as work on a flood prevention project continues.

 

PostHeaderIcon IN The Driving Seat With Phoenix

 

PHOENIX Car Club's Drive Safe event was a success, with people of different ages and experience taking part.

 

PostHeaderIcon GREENOCK Parkrun Report

THE rain was hovering over the 16th Greenock parkrun five kilometre run which welcomed nine newcomers this week, including a spectaular debut for Shelby Morrison.

 

PostHeaderIcon TALKBACK -- Thanks To Walkers Who Helped Fall Victim

QUOTE: "I would like to thank the young women power-walking along Gourock Promenade who came to my aid after I fell on to the rocks..."

 

PostHeaderIcon CHICKEN Stolen From Garden

 

A GREENOCK householder's chicken was stolen from her garden overnght.

 

PostHeaderIcon MAKE Sure You Can Vote In Referendum

WITH just a day to go before the deadline to register to vote Inverclyde’s Counting Officer is urging people to make sure they can take part in the Scottish Independence Referendum.

 

PostHeaderIcon DEFEAT For Morton At Forfar

 

PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- A Fitting End To A Dismal Season

 

PostHeaderIcon VALLEY Of Achievement

IBM Greenock employee number 49, Tom Stevenson, looks back on the firm's contribution to Inverclyde, exactly 60 years since a ceremony was held to mark the opening of the factory at Spango Valley.

 

PostHeaderIcon MP Braves The Ice Bucket Challenge

INVERCLYDE MP Iain McKenzie joined millions who've endured a cold soaking for charity, doing the Ice Bucket Challenge after being nominated by his son.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill hold Junior Open Contest

WHINHILL Golf Club held their Junior Open competition with 33 young golfers taking part in the hope of returning the lowest score of the day to be crowned the 2014 winner.

 

PostHeaderIcon MORTON Move Was A Godsend

CHRISTIANS in Quarrier's Village found their prayers answered -- when Morton decided to do their squad training in Port Glasgow.

 

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