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Friday August 22, 2014
03:01 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon FIRST Minister To Visit Ferguson's

FIRST Minister Alex Salmond is to visit Ferguson Shipbuilders, Port Glasgow tomorrow (Friday). He has also been challenged by local MSP Duncan McNeil over ferry orders not being placed.

 

PostHeaderIcon HOME Tie For Quarter Final

MORTON will play Alloa Athletic at home in the quarter finals of the Petro-fac Training Cup at Cappielow. The match is due to be played on Saturday 6 September | Full Draw SPFL

 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web -- Elaine Doyle Killer Starts Appeal Process

 

 

PostHeaderIcon CORUISK Will Be On Gourock-Dunoon Route Again

PASSENGERS using the ferry service between Gourock and Dunoon will again benefit from larger vessel MV Coruisk being used on the route.

 

PostHeaderIcon SCHOOLS Hold Referendum Debates

SENIOR pupils from Inverclyde schools have taken part in four ‘question time’ debates about the Scottish independence referendum.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon LIFE On Standby Added To Greenock Festival

 

PROMISING local band Life On Standby have been added to the line-up for Gig On The Green next month.

 

PostHeaderIcon SCOUT Notes -- 85th In France

 

SCOUTS and Explorers from the 85th Inverkip and Wemyss Bay enjoyed a camp in France.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Glasgow Juniors Boys' Club Update

 

 

PostHeaderIcon SEX Comedy With A Twist Coming To Beacon

 

SEX comedy Wendy Hoose is being staged at The Beacon, Greenock, next week, following sell-out success earlier in the year.

 

PostHeaderIcon FORMER Library Transformed Into Headquarters Building

INVERCLYDE Community and Health Care Partnership's (CHCP) new headquarters -- Hector McNeil House -- opens to the public today (Thursday 21 August).

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Glasgow Boys' Club Update

 

PostHeaderIcon BLAZE Started As Man Slept

SOMEONE reached in through an open window and started a fire in a man's home as he slept early on Wednesday.

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping Photos -- Rotterdam

CRUISE ship Rotterdam on the Clyde today. Photo by Ian McCann | Click for photos (3) | Greenock 2014 Cruise Ship List

 

PostHeaderIcon PROGRESS On School, Library And Recycling Projects

 

COUNCILLORS have welcomed progress on three significant projects costing nearly £9million.

 

PostHeaderIcon TAE Kwon-Do -- Inverclyde Group Enjoy Florida Summer Camp

 

A GROUP of 15 instructors, students and parents from Scottish Tae Kwon-do Academy, Inverclyde travelled to Orlando Florida for summer camp.

 

PostHeaderIcon BIG Increase In Visits To Inverclyde Attractions

NEARLY 500,000 people went along to visitor attractions in Inverclyde over the past year – a 61 per cent increase on the year before.

 

PostHeaderIcon WITNESS Appeal After Man Attacked

A 24-YEAR-old man was struck with a bladed weapon in what detectives believe was a targeted incident in Greenock last night.

 

PostHeaderIcon RECRUIT Programme Celebrates Record-Breaking Year

A RECORD number of young people secured jobs at the grand finale of Inverclyde Council’s Recruit programme.

 

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