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Monday December 22, 2014
22:50 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon GOUROCK Bin Blaze Vandal Strikes Again

DETECTIVES are trying to catch a serial fire-raiser who has been targeting wheelie bins in Gourock.

 

PostHeaderIcon CHRISTMAS Eve Church Services -- Mount Kirk And East End

 

PostHeaderIcon PORT Glasgow Flat Set On Fire

POLICE are hunting a man who set fire to the front door of a flat in Port Glasgow.

 

PostHeaderIcon UPDATED Waterfront Cinema Listings

MOVIES at the Waterfront Cinema, Greenock over the next week include Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb; Annie; Frozen; Dumb And Dumber To; The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies; Penguins Of Madagascar; Get Santa; and Paddington. | Click For Full Listings

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

PostHeaderIcon CASH Boost For Christmas Truce Event

SILENT Night, a special event in Greenock to commemorate the World War One Christmas truce, has been awarded a grant of £500 by Inverclyde Community Fund (ICF).

 

PostHeaderIcon BOYS' Brigade Notes -- General Knowledge Quiz Winners

 

A TEAM from 1st Greenock won the annual Junior sections general knowledge quiz.

 

PostHeaderIcon PUPILS Take Part In Government Consultation

SENIOR pupils from Clydeview Academy represented Inverclyde at a Scottish Government event held to seek the views of young people and adults who work with them.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Triumph In Muirshiel League

WHINHILL Golf Club, Greenock, were crowned champions of the Muirshiel Trophy League for the 2014 season, for the fourth year running.

 

PostHeaderIcon ADVERTISING Feature -- ClydeFlyer Off-Peak Day Returns

MCGILL'S Buses have off-peak, day return fares on ClydeFlyer services between Inverclyde, Braehead and Glasgow | Click for details

 

PostHeaderIcon INVERCLYDE'S School-Leaver Results Among The Best

NINETY-four per cent of Inverclyde's school-leavers went into work, training or education, according to latest figures.

 

PostHeaderIcon GRACE And Jack Are Number One Names

THE most popular names for Inverclyde babies this year have been Jack and Grace.

 

PostHeaderIcon PLANNING News -- Barn Can Be Turned Into House

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping Photos -- Loch Seaforth

 

 

NEW Caledonian MacBrayne ferry Loch Seaforth at Greenock today | Click for bigger photos

 

PostHeaderIcon TAXI Driver Charged After Hitting Pedestrians

A TAXI driver has been charged after his vehicle collided with two people in Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon CRICKET -- Taster Sessions Run At St Columba's

INVERCLYDE Cricket Club’s latest initiative to develop cricket in the area saw the club’s coaches runnng taster sessions at St Columba’s High School, Gourock.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Gourock Regeneration Work Underway

 

PostHeaderIcon TRIO Are Charity Champions

 

TEAMS of students at Inverclyde Academy competed to land a charity a £3,000 cheque.

 

PostHeaderIcon SCOUT Notes -- Winter Wonderland For Explorers

 

MEMBERS of the 32nd Northface Explorers took to the hills of Glencoe for a pre-Christmas adventure.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Gents' Results

 

PostHeaderIcon CRASH AT Cardwell Bay

 

A MOTORIST is being reported to prosecutors for an alleged driving offence after a crash in Gourock.

 

PostHeaderIcon WORK Starts On New Port Glasgow Houses

 

WORK has begun on a £5million development of 46 new homes at Lower Mary Street, Port Glasgow.

 

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