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Saturday February 13, 2016
14:59 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon BARBER Shop Is Cut Above For Port Boys' Team

PORT Glasgow Boys' Club 2004s (Black) have received new strips courtesy of The Barber Shop, Laird Street, Greenock.

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PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Basking Shark Carcass

Basking shark carcass at Wemyss Bay Beach on Tuesday. Photos by Alan Deeney

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PostHeaderIcon GREENOCK Philosophical Society Meeting

GREENOCK Philosophical Society's talk on Friday (12 February) will be given by the Rev. Bill Ferguson, entitled “In My Father's House”.

It will be held in the McLean Museum's Watt Hall, Kelly Street, Greenock, at 7.30pm. There is a £1.50 admission charge for visitors for this talk.

 

PostHeaderIcon MAN Attacked In Greenock Shop

POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a man was attacked in a Greenock shop.

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PostHeaderIcon SCOUT Notes -- 32nd Cubs Join Record-Breaking Party

TWELVE Cub Scouts from the 32nd Pack along with their leaders travelled to Blackpool to join 8.000 other Cub Scouts.

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PostHeaderIcon MISSING Crash Driver's Body Was Found At Foot Of Ravine

GREENOCK man Jamie Donnelly's body was found at the bottom of a ravine, police said today. The 29-year-old had gone missing after his car crashed into a field.

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PostHeaderIcon NEW Date For Rangers v Morton

THE league match between Rangers and Morton at Ibrox scheduled for Saturday 12 March has been brought forward to Friday 11 March, kick-off 7.45pm to avoid a clash with Partick Thistle v Celtic at Firhill on 12 March.

 

PostHeaderIcon CHURCH Hosting Heavy Classic Concert

AN acclaimed German band which combines rock and classical music performs at a Greenock church next month.

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PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Junior And Senior Coaching Sessions

INVERCLYDE Cricket Club practice and coaching sessions for juniors and seniors have started.  |  Click for details

 

PostHeaderIcon INVERCLYDE Job Vacancies

LATEST vacancies from Jobcentre Plus...

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PostHeaderIcon CHANCE To Shape Future Of Greenock Town Centre

RESIDENTS, traders, shoppers and community groups are being given the chance to help draw up plans for the regeneration of Greenock town centre.  |  Click for details

 

ADVERT -- IAN HELLYER SCHOOL OF MOTORING  |  CLICK FOR WEBSITE

 

PostHeaderIcon READERS' Photos -- Greenock Sunrise

 

Sunrise at 8am from Bow Road, Greenock. Photo by Maria Goldust

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PostHeaderIcon TOILET Vandalism Condemned

VANDALS who have been targeting public toilets in Port Glasgow have been condemned as ‘idiotic’.  |  Click for more

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- Container Ship Pictor J

Pictor J arriving at Greenock today.

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PostHeaderIcon RAMBLERS Walking Round Great Cumbrae

INVERCLYDE Ramblers' Walk are walking round Great Cumbrae on Saturday (13 February). Walkers should meet at Largs ferry terminal at 9.30am for the 9.45 boat.

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PostHeaderIcon MORTON Drop Points At Alloa

MORTON had to settle for a point against bottom-placed Alloa despite going 2:0 ahead within the first 20 minutes.

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PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- 20-Foot Spray From Hydrant

GREENOCK West End residents were treated to a 'pop-up fountain'.

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PostHeaderIcon CASEY Tops The Table At Young Chef Contest

 

A YOUNG Inverclyde chef has shown she has the recipe for success in a national cooking contest.

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PostHeaderIcon ATHLETICS -- Greenock Parkrun Event 91 Report

FIFTEEN runners improved their times at Greenock parkun this week.

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PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Greenock And District Welfare League Update

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