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Wednesday October 01, 2014
01:04 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon BAKE-Off Boost For Charity

 

TALENTED pupils at St Columba's High in Gourock came up with some tasty treats for a bake-off and coffee morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Care.

 

PostHeaderIcon CS Spray Used On Boys During School Disturbance

 

POLICE had to use CS spray on two children allegedly armed with weapons during a disturbance at a Greenock school for young people with additional learning needs.

 

PostHeaderIcon ATHLETICS -- Renfrewshire Win For Inverclyde Ladies

INVERCLYDE AC ladies Rachael Bushfield, Julie Gordon and Sharon Muir stole the show at the George Cummings relay championship in Houston,  which also contests the Renfrewshire county road relays.

 

PostHeaderIcon WITNESS Appeal After Two Serious Assaults

POLICE are investigating two serious assaults in which a teenager was attacked on a cycle path and a man was set upon outside a pub.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Open Trophy

 

WHINHILL Golf Club held its open trophy competition with Whinhill member Raymond Messenger returning an excellent nett score of 62 to claim victory.

 

PostHeaderIcon COMPETITION -- Win Tickets To Capitol Big Band

 

THE Capitol Big Band perform at the Beacon, Greenock, on Thursday -- and Inverclyde Now has a pair of tickets to give away.

 

PostHeaderIcon COUNCIL Will Make 'Yellow' House Decision

A GREENOCK family are waiting to see if they will be forced to change the colour of the house they have just spent £3,000 painting yellow.

 

PostHeaderIcon ARREST For Alleged Flat Assault

 

PostHeaderIcon MORTON Lose At Stenhousemuir

 

PostHeaderIcon TALKBACK -- That Referendum

 

PostHeaderIcon DISLODGED Cover Causes Crash

 

A CAR crashed off the A78 near Greenock after hitting a dislodged manhole cover.

 

PostHeaderIcon PLANNING Applications -- All-Weather Cricket Practice Area Approved

 

PostHeaderIcon BOYS' Brigade Notes -- Company Section Sports Day

 

BOYS of the Battalion enjoyed a keenly-contested sporst event at Ravenscraig Sports Stadium.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Newark Castle

 

A VIEW of Newark Castle, Port Glasgow from the river. Photo by Robert Blaikie | Click for bigger photo

 

PostHeaderIcon US Firm To Create 500 Jobs In Gourock

 

US company Concentrix plans to create 500 new, full-time jobs at Faulds Park, Gourock.

 

PostHeaderIcon WEMYSS Bay Pier To Close For Major Work

 

WEMYSS Bay Pier is to close for major work early next year, with all ferries to and from Rothesay being diverted to Gourock.

 

PostHeaderIcon UPDATED Waterfront Cinema Listings

MOVIES at the Waterfront Cinema, Greenock over the next week include The Equaliser; What We Did On Our Holiday; Before I Go to sleep; A Walk Among The Tombstones; A Most Wanted Man; and The Box Trolls. | Click Here For Full Listings

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

PostHeaderIcon AUTISM Strategy Launched

A TEN-year plan to improve the lives of people living with autism in Inverclyde has been launched.

 

PostHeaderIcon PUPILS Visit World War One Battlefields

 

FOURTH and Fifth Year students from Clydeview Academy visited French and German battlefields and laid a wreath to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.

 

PostHeaderIcon VAN Hits Traffic Light Barriers

 

A VAN crashed into safety barriers at traffic lights on one of Greenock's busiest roads.

 

PostHeaderIcon POIGNANT Lockerbie Bombing Play Coming To Beacon

A PLAY that looks at the Lockerbie plane bombing from the viewpoint of six hypothetical passengers comes to The Beacon, Greenock, next week.

 

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