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Sunday November 23, 2014
11:55 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon GIRLS' Brigade Hold Charity Night

 

THE 1st Port Glasgow Girls' Brigade held a charity night and raised hundreds of pounds for a hospice project which helps young people.

 

PostHeaderIcon BLESSED Are The Peacemakers

INVERCLYDE Council’s team of community mediators, who aim to resolve neighbour disputes, have gained national accreditation for their work.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Cardwell Bay Pipe In Place

A NEW 600-foot outfall pipe being put in place at Cardwell Bay, Gourock, to help prevent flooding. | Bigger Photo | More Details

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Juniors Community Sports Club Update

 

MATCH reports and presentation night photos from Port Glasgow Juniors Community Sports Club.

 

PostHeaderIcon UPDATED Waterfront Cinema Listings

MOVIES at the Waterfront Cinema, Greenock over the next week include The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1; Nativity 3: Dude Where's My Donkey; Interstellar; Get On Up; The Imitation Game; The Drop. | Click For Full Listings

http://www.inverclydenow.com/whats-on/cinema/12533-the-nut-job-u-
 

PostHeaderIcon GOUROCK Restaurant Closes

 

GOUROCK seafront restaurant and bar One Ashton Road has ceased trading.

 

PostHeaderIcon POP-Up Gig To Launch Sugar Exhibition

AN exhibition which tells the story of Greenock’s sugar industry is launching with a free pop-up gig featuring live music, premieres and poetry on Saturday (22 November).

 

PostHeaderIcon DETAILS Of Budget Community Events

FIVE community presentations are to be held as part of Inverclyde Council's budget consultation.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon TALK On 19th Century Migration

GREENOCK Philosophical Society will hear about Irish and Highland Migration to Greenock in the 19th century at their meeting tomorrow (Friday).

 

PostHeaderIcon BOYS' Brigade Notes -- Getting Active And Arty

 

PostHeaderIcon LOOK Out For Lost Phone

A MOBILE phone was lost in the Graham Street (Bow Road) or Sir Michael Street areas of Greenock tonight. Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if found.

 

PostHeaderIcon MORE Gourock Post Office Problems -- Story Updated

GOUROCK residents were again left without a Post Office, despite assurances given to a councillor. An MSP has been told the closure was because of staff illness; the premises re-opened today (Thursday).

 

PostHeaderIcon COMMUNITY Award Winners Announced

 

REACH for Autism has taken the Voluntary Organisation of the Year title in the Inverclyde Community Awards 2014.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Gourock Club Champion

 

CHRISTOPHER Mooney is Gourock Golf Club's 2014 champion.

 

PostHeaderIcon LIVING Wage Boost For Council Staff

INVERCLYDE Council is to give hundreds of employees the new UK Living Wage rate, months earlier than expected.

 

PostHeaderIcon GUIDE Notes -- Liz Honoured For Lifelong Service

 

LIZ Murphy of 20thA Greenock Brownies was honoured to be invited to attend a National Scout and Guide Service of Celebration and Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Greenock Welfare League Results And Fixtures

 

PostHeaderIcon BAY Ditch Dug For New Pipe

 

CONTRACTORS have dug a large trench at Cardwell Bay as work to install a 600-foot pipe continues.

 

PostHeaderIcon YEAR-Long Budget Decision Delay Likely

COUNCILLORS have agreed to consult the public on how Inverclyde Council should save millions of pounds -- but the ruling Labour administration favours putting off final decisions on major cuts for a year.

 

PostHeaderIcon COUNCIL Give To Ebola Appeal

INVERCLYDE Council is to donate £10,000 to charity efforts to tackle the Ebola virus in Africa.

 

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