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Wednesday August 31, 2016
05:16 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon GOING The Extra Mile To Make Dreams Come True

HUNDREDS of pounds were raised at the Dream Mile event at Ravenscraig Stadium, Greenock in aid of children’s charity Dreams Come True.Click for more

 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web -- Man Jailed Over Greenock Nightclub Slashing

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PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Glasgow Boys' Club Update

MATCH reports from Port Glasgow Boys' Club

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PostHeaderIcon COUNCIL Sorry For Political Re-Tweet Mistake

 

INVERCLYDE Council have apologised after anti-independence content was shared on one of its social media feeds.

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PostHeaderIcon JOB Vacancies -- Quarriers Recruitment Open Day, Paisley

CHARITY Quarriers are holding a recruitment day in Paisley on Tuesday 6 September

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PostHeaderIcon BLAZE Detectives' Plea Over Woman With Girl

DETECTIVES investigating the blaze at the former Larkfield Masonic club in Greenock are trying to trace a woman with a girl seen in the area in case they saw anything suspicious.

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PostHeaderIcon IN Brief -- Inverclyde Intercessors Prayer Meeting

-- Coffee Morning In Aid Of Hospice
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Inverkip And Wemyss Bay Meeting

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PostHeaderIcon RULE Would Give Priority To Pupils With 'Letter From Church'

EDUCATION bosses trying to decide which placing requests get approved for oversubscribed Roman Catholic schools in Inverclyde want a new rule that gives priority to children with "documentary evidence" of a meaningful connection with the church.

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PostHeaderIcon BEACON Hosting Dirty Water Comedy Play

COMEDY play Dirty Water -- about a misfit team of male cleaners in Glasgow -- comes to the Beacon Arts Centre, Greenock on Friday (2 September

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PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Juniors Community Club Update

MATCH reports from Port Glasgow Juniors Community Sports Club

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PostHeaderIcon MAN In Court Accused Of Murder In Greenock

A MAN appeared in court today charged with murdering 23-year-old Lee Monaghan, pictured, in Greenock last week.

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PostHeaderIcon CARDWELL Back Children's Cancer Effort And Go For Gold

BOSSES at Cardwell Garden Centre have painted a traditional red telephone box gold in support of a young leukaemia sufferer from Gourock who is trying to raise awareness of childhood cancers.

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PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- Cruise Ship MSC Splendida

MSC Splendida arriving at Greenock this morning, the second of four large cruise ships coming to the town on consecutive days. Photo by Googie Withers

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PostHeaderIcon LOST Purse Had Unusual Item Of Sentimental Value

THE owner of a purse lost in Port Glasgow is delighted after it was returned complete with an irreplaceable family memento.

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PostHeaderIcon RIO Brio As Greenock Parkrun Marks Team GB Success

GREENOCK parkrun got into the Team GB Olympic festivities in style as 91 runners lined up on the Esplanade to take part in the Nation’s Biggest Sports Day.

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PostHeaderIcon WITNESS Plea After Car Damaged

A WHITE Fiat Punto car was damaged on Pennyfern Road, Greenock last night (Sunday) between 6 and 9.30. Anyone who saw what happened is urged to call police on 101.

 

PostHeaderIcon GAGS On The Green Comedy Night At Cricket Club

THE first Gags On The Green stand-up comedy night takes place at Greenock Cricket Club's Glenpark ground this week.

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PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Greenock Claim Division One Title And Promotion

GREENOCK Cricket Club won the Division One title -- and promotion back to the Premier Division -- after defeating Hillhead at Hughenden in Glasgow.

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PostHeaderIcon JULIE'S Joy Over Triathlon Triumph

LOCAL mum Julie Morrison's smile lit up the finishing line at Gourock triathlon last week. She got in touch with Inverclyde Now to give the story behind the picture.

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PostHeaderIcon STEAMER Set For Dry Dock After Cash Raised

ENOUGH money has been raised for historic steamer TS Queen Mary to enter dry dock at Greenock for hull repairs. The vessel is due to be moved on Thursday (1 September).

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PostHeaderIcon LATEST Instagram Post -- Shipyard Makeover Continues

The changing face of Ferguson Marine, Port Glasgow

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Inverclyde Now Instagram

 

PostHeaderIcon MORTON In Heavy Defeat To Hibs

MORTON lost 4:0 to Hibernian at Easter Road.

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PostHeaderIcon FOUR Large Cruise Ships Calling In Four Days

GREENOCK is welcoming large cruise ships every day for four days, carrying a total of up to around 12,000 passengers.

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PostHeaderIcon SCHOOL'S Breakfast To Welcome New Pupils

INVERCLYDE Academy held a breakfast for its new First Year pupils to celebrate the end of their first week in secondary school and to allow them to make even more new friends.

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