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Saturday May 30, 2015
05:16 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon BOYS' Brigade Notes -- 2nd Gourock Displays

 

THE Anchors, Juniors and Company Sections of 2nd Gourock Company brought the curtain down an action-packed session with their displays in St John’s Church.

 

PostHeaderIcon INTRUDER At Port Glasgow House

AN intruder fled empty-handed after being found in a Port Glasgow house.

 

PostHeaderIcon COURSE Will Help With Managing Money

A COURSE designed to help people manage their money better is starting in Greenock next week.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Lyle Hill Views

SOME views at Lyle Hill, Greenock. Photos by John Dyer

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PostHeaderIcon BREAK-In Incidents Involving Boat And Fire Station

POLICE are investigating several break-in incidents including theft from a boat and an attempt to get into a fire station.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Glasgow Boys' Club Report

 

PostHeaderIcon SHOW Written Specially For Children's Group

TOTAL Kayos children's drama group are staging their annual show this week.

 

PostHeaderIcon ROLE Of Apprentices Is Celebrated

 

RIVER Clyde Homes celebrated Scottish Apprenticeship Week by showcasing the benefits that four apprentices bring to the housing association.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- The Witches Of Eastwick

PHOTOS from dress rehearsal of The Witches of Eastwick by Sideline Productions.

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PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Junior Section Results

 

PostHeaderIcon GO Yellow Coffee Morning For Hospice

A Go Yellow coffee morning is being held in aid of Ardgowan Hospice on Friday (29 May), 10am to noon at their Access at Ardgowan building, Nelson Street at Ardgowan Street. Entry is £2.50 and there will be home-baking and stalls.

 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web -- New Owner For Greenock Telegraph

 

PostHeaderIcon NEW MP's First Meeting With Constituents

INVERCLYDE'S new MP -- Ronnie Cowan of the SNP -- holds his first constituent surgery meeting on Friday (29 May) in Greenock Central Library.

 

PostHeaderIcon GUIDE Notes -- Reach For The Stars

THE 27th Greenock Brownies and the 3rd Finnart Rainbows enjoyed a visit from a mobile planetarium. Meanwhile 5th Gourock Guides presented awards.

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PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Juniors Community Sports Club Update

 

PostHeaderIcon MAN Assaulted Twice

DETECTIVES have appealed for witnesses after a man was attacked twice.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Blackthorn In Cup Draw

BLACKTHORN Rovers played out a 2-2 draw with Bayhome in the Ridgedoc Cup group section.

 

PostHeaderIcon GALA Day Fun At Wemyss Bay

WEMYSS Bay Gala Day takes place on Saturday (30 May) with a fun-packed event lined up.

 

PostHeaderIcon LAND Bought As Part Of Port 'Spur Road' Plan

 

A PLAN to create new road access to Port Glasgow town centre from the A8 near Tesco has moved closer to happening after Inverclyde Council acquired land at the site.

 

PostHeaderIcon NEARLY 30 Improve Their Times At Greenock Parkrun

GOOD weather brought out the best in the runners at Greenock parkrun with nearly a third of the 90 participants improving on their previous times.

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PostHeaderIcon BODY-Building Success For Home-Help Turned Fitness Student

 

WEST College Scotland sports coaching student Lynn Greenlees scooped second place at this year’s Scottish Amateur Body-Builder Competition.