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Sunday March 01, 2015
12:27 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon MALL'S Plan For 400-Space Car Park Under Threat

THE owners of the Oak Mall in Greenock say multi-million pound investment plans -- including a 400-space multi-storey car park -- are at risk if a retail park goes ahead in Port Glasgow.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Port Juniors Community Sports Club Update

 

PostHeaderIcon GOUROCK YAC Sevens To Kick Off Again This Spring

GOUROCK Youth Athletic Club's seven-a-side football competitions -- which attracted thousands of local children over 30 years -- are set to start up again this year.

 

PostHeaderIcon GIRL Suffers Skull Fracture After Hit By Car -- Story Updated

A SEVEN-year-old girl suffered multiple injuries -- including a fracture to her skull, a broken pelvis and foot and bleeding on her brain -- after a car collided with her in Greenock.

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- Saturn On The Move Again

FORMER CalMac ferry Saturn at Greenock today on her first journey for four years, heading from Roseneath to Garvel Drydock, Greenock. | More Photos | More Information

 

PostHeaderIcon ONE Act Play Festival At The Beacon

THE curtain goes up on the Scottish Community Drama Association Inverclyde One Act Play Festival at the Beacon Theatre, Greenock this week, for three nights from tomorrow (Thursday 26 February) at 7pm each night. Nine one-act plays will be staged by members of Greenock Players, GIP Theatre Company and Thistle Theatre Company. Tickets are £10 (Under-18s £8) |  Beacon Arts Centre

 

PostHeaderIcon VOODOO Ray Playing At The Old Bank Bar

 

VOODOO Ray are returning to The Old Bank Bar, Greenock tomorrow (Friday) after a successful Christmas gig there.

 

PostHeaderIcon UPDATE From Inverclyde And District Boys' Brigade

 

BOYS from 2nd Port Glasgow have enjoyed success in a bands contest and a table tennis tournament.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Victory For Port Boys' Under-14s

 

PostHeaderIcon IMPROVED Pothole Figures Reported

ROADS staff at Inverclyde Council are reporting improvements in their response to potholes last year after an extra £150,000 was put into the service.

 

PostHeaderIcon ON The Web: Greenock Businessman Resigns From Rangers Board

 

PostHeaderIcon PLANNERS In Favour of Retail Park With 24-Hour Gym

 

PLANNING officials are backing a revised retail park plan for Port Glasgow which now includes a 24-hour gym, a family restaurant and a garden centre along with 11 retail units.

 

PostHeaderIcon CRASH Knocks Out Power To Flats

EMERGENCY services have attended another crash in Inverclyde -- this time a collision in which an electricity box was struck, cutting off power to nearby flats.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon HOCKEY -- Defeat For Greenock Morton Ladies

 

PostHeaderIcon NEIGHBOURS Praised After Man Rescued From Blaze

FIREFIGHTERS rescued a man from a blazing flat in Greenock after neighbours raised the alarm.

 

PostHeaderIcon ATHLETICS -- Medal Success For Inverclyde Trio

GB internationalist, Inverclyde ACs Jonny Glen, was crowned Scottish Champion at the national cross country championships, with fellow runners Nuala McCheyne, Ryan Gray also winning medals.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Greenock Welfare League Results And Fixtures

 

PostHeaderIcon MORE Parking Upheaval As Resident Permits Are Proposed

JUST when drivers thought they might have got the hang of Greenock town centre's parking arrangements, more major developments are being recommended, including:

-- Introduction of a paid-for residents' parking permit scheme.
-- Putting several streets that were taken out of the parking zone back into it.
-- Changing the rules at the Waterfront and Bullring car parks.

 

PostHeaderIcon CAR Crashes Into Lamp-Post

 

A BUSY Port Glasgow road had to be closed after a car crashed into a lamp-post.

 

PostHeaderIcon TOOLS Worth £2,500 Stolen In Gourock

TOOLS worth thousands of pounds were stolen from a builder's storage unit in Gourock.

 

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