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Thursday July 30, 2015
02:59 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon JUDY Murray Rallies Round For Club's Birthday

JUDY Murray, mum of tennis stars Andy and Jamie, helped Kilmacolm Tennis Club celebrate its 125th anniversary. |  Click for more

 

PostHeaderIcon 'NUMBER One' Cruise Ship's First Visit To Greenock

TWO more cruise ships make their Clyde debuts at Greenock this week -- including one that's considered 'the best in the world'.

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PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Fake Festival

 

GREENOCK Fake Festival at Battery Park.

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PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Greenock’s Promotion Hopes All But Dashed

ANY hopes Greenock were clinging on to for promotion were all but extinguished after losing to Poloc on Saturday.

 

PostHeaderIcon TEENAGER Robbed Of Phone

A TEENAGER was pinned to the ground by two males as they robbed him early today in Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon REWARD Offered For Return Of Garden Lions

A REWARD is being offered for the return of ornamental lions stolen from a garden in Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon BOY Assaulted At Shops

POLICE have appealed for witnesses after a 16-year-old boy was assaulted at the Bardrainney shops, Port Glasgow around 1.15am today (Sunday). He suffered a slight head injury. Anyone who saw what happened is asked to call officers on 101.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Sunset From Garvel

Sunset view from Garvel Point, Greenock last night. Photo by Laura Gallacher

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PostHeaderIcon MORTON Out Of Cup

MORTON are out of the Petrofac Cup after losing to Dumbarton at Cappielow in the first round.

 

PostHeaderIcon COLD Water Poured On Beer Garden Plan

PLANNING officers have rejected a Greenock pub's request to double the size of its beer garden saying it would have an unacceptable impact on nearby flats.

 

PostHeaderIcon FREE Uniform Swap For Port School

HUNDREDS of families are set to benefit  as one of Inverclyde's biggest primary schools and the i58 Project team up for ‘The Big Uniform Swap’ which aims to make uniform items which children are finished with available for others to use.

 

PostHeaderIcon FIRE Engine Fun At Friends 4 Ever

 

FRIENDS 4 Ever, a club for Inverclyde children and young people with special needs and their families, enjoyed a visit from local firefighters.

 

PostHeaderIcon WEMYSS Bay Wind Turbines Approved

PERMISSION has been given for two wind turbines to be put up on land north of Kellybank Cottage, Kelly Road, Wemyss Bay.

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- The Waverley, Head-On

 

PADDLE Steamer Waverley at Greenock

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PostHeaderIcon HOLIDAY Waterfront Cinema Listings

MOVIES at the Waterfront Cinema, Greenock over the next week include Inside Out; The Legend Of Barney Thomson; Southpaw;  Ant-Man; The Gallows; Self/Less; and Minions.

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PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Gourock Ladies' Host Burgh Trophy

PLAYERS from 14 clubs took part in Gourock Golf Club ladies' section's Burgh Trophy open Stableford competition.

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PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- Mein Schiff 1

CRUISE ship Mein Schiff 1 at Greenock. Photos by Ian McCann | Click for bigger photos

 

PostHeaderIcon DRIVE-Through Restaurant Plan Lodged

PLANNING permission is being sought for a Burger King drive-through restaurant in Port Glasgow.

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PostHeaderIcon BEACON Competition -- Win Tickets To Dragon

 

AWARD-winning show Dragon comes to The Beacon in August -- and Inverclyde Now has two family tickets to give away.

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PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Greenock Cling To Promotion Hopes

WITH just a glimmer of promotion hope left, Greenock travel to meet Poloc in Glasgow for this weekend’s league encounter.

 

PostHeaderIcon 'YELLOW House' Owners Face Repainting Deadline

THE days appear to be numbered for Greenock's 'Yellow House' after Inverclyde Council served its owners with an enforcement notice. The council could step in and repaint the house if the notice is not obeyed. |  Click for details

 

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