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Saturday July 26, 2014
14:16 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon MAN Knocked To Ground In Attack

A 37-YEAR-old man was attacked in Greenock town centre early today (Saturday).

 

PostHeaderIcon PLEA Over Missing Woman

 

FAMILY and friends are concerned for the welfare of Port Glasgow woman Charlene Lever reported missing nearly a week ago.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Commonwealth Flotilla Musters (28 Photos)

 

PostHeaderIcon GOUROCK Pub's Outdoor Seating Plan

 

THE Cardwell Inn in Gourock has applied for permission to have an outdoor seating area.

 

PostHeaderIcon IN Brief -- Council On Disability's Digital Photography Course

- BLOOD Donating Sessions In Gourock
- ROYAL Regiment Band's Charity Concert

 

PostHeaderIcon PLANNING Applications -- Offices Can Be Turned Into House

 

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- Commonwealth Triathlon Winner

JOHN Dyer caught this shot of gold medallist Alistair Brownlee at a water station on his way to winning the Commonwealth Games triathlon.

 

PostHeaderIcon WATERFRONT Cinema Holiday Listings

FILMS showing at Greenock's Waterfront Cinema over the next week include Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes; Hercules; Earth To Echo; The Purge: Anarchy; Transformers: Age Of Extinction; and How To Train Your Dragon 2.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Sunset From Battery Park

Photo by Laurence Morgan | Click for bigger photo

 

PostHeaderIcon CRIME In Brief -- Attempted Theft From Yacht

 

PostHeaderIcon A LOST Purse And A Lost Phone -- But The Cat's Back

READERS want help tracking down a lost mobile phone and a purse containing precious photos.

 

PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Three Teams To Compete In Glenpark Event

GREENOCK host a three-team competition on Sunday, but a friendly scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled.

 

PostHeaderIcon WARNING After Theft From Ambulance

MEDICINE and equipment was stolen from the back of an ambulance in Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOLK And Roots Festival Returning

INVERCLYDE’S Scottish Folk and Roots Festival: Across The Generations will return in 2014 after a successful first year, when more than 1,000 tickets were sold.

 

PostHeaderIcon STONES Thrown At Bus

POLICE appealed for witnesses after children threw stones at a bus in Greenock, smashing a window.

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- Arrochar Alps At 6am

 

PostHeaderIcon NURSERY Is Top Class

A GREENOCK nursery has been praised by official inspectors who highlighted its inclusive and nurturing atmosphere as a key strength.

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- 'Something For The Wee Girl To Watch'

GOUROCK'S Wee Girl statue with cruise ship Ruby Princess passing. Photo by Ricky Donaldson | Click for bigger photo

 

 

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