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Friday August 22, 2014
01:01 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon BIG Increase In Visits To Inverclyde Attractions

NEARLY 500,000 people went along to visitor attractions in Inverclyde over the past year – a 61 per cent increase on the year before.

 

PostHeaderIcon WITNESS Appeal After Man Attacked

A 24-YEAR-old man was struck with a bladed weapon in what detectives believe was a targeted incident in Greenock last night.

 

PostHeaderIcon RECRUIT Programme Celebrates Record-Breaking Year

A RECORD number of young people secured jobs at the grand finale of Inverclyde Council’s Recruit programme.

 

PostHeaderIcon EXTRA Time Hat-Trick Clinches Cup Tie

AN EXTRA time hat-trick from Declan McManus put Morton through to the quarter finals of the Petrofac Cup.

 

PostHeaderIcon PET Chicken Back Home

A PET chicken which went missing from a garden in Inverkip Road, Greenock, is back home after being found at Inverclyde Academy.

 

PostHeaderIcon TOWN Centre Road Marking Work

MOTORISTS face some disruption as Inverclyde Council carries out a range of work to renew and update road markings ahead of new parking restrictions in Greenock town centre.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- 'Save Our School' At Waterloo Road

 

FINAL episodes of Waterloo Road are being filmed at Greenock, with, presumably, an ill-fated 'Save Our School' campaign featuring.

 

PostHeaderIcon PRISON Among Doors Open Day Attractions

TOURS of Greenock Prison and the chance to look round part of Greenock Custom House are among new attractions for Inverclyde's Doors Open Days weekend this year.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Welfare League Kicking Off

 

PostHeaderIcon TERMINAL On Course For Six Cruise Ships In Six Days

GREENOCK is welcoming a cruise ship every day for six days, with a total of around 12,500 passengers on board.

 

PostHeaderIcon PUPIL Arrested After Alleged Serious Assault

A 16-YEAR-old pupil at a Greenock school needed hospital treatment after allegedly being punched by another pupil.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF Club Holding Sponsored Walk

WHINHILL Golf Club have organised a sponsored walk in aid of Craigmarloch School, Port Glasgow.

 

PostHeaderIcon MUM Gets Phone Back From Taxi Driver

A GREENOCK mum who was trying to get in touch with the taxi driver who found her phone has been reunited with it following an appeal on Inverclyde Now published earlier.

 

PostHeaderIcon EASDALE Brothers Show Interest In Shipyard

 

GREENOCK businessmen Sandy and James Easdale may step in to save Port Glasgow's Ferguson Shipbuilders.

 

PostHeaderIcon SUPPORT Acts Revealed For Nicholas McDonald Concert

TWO local acts, plus a boy band from Glasgow will be supporting X-Factor star Nicholas McDonald at his charity concert in the Greenock Town Hall later this month.

 

PostHeaderIcon SPORT In Brief: Morton Cup Match Tonight... Whinhill Open Date..

 

PostHeaderIcon 2nd Port Glasgow Boys' Brigade Back In Action

 

THE 2nd Port Glasgow Boys' Brigade are resuming activities following their summer break.

 

PostHeaderIcon CRIME In Brief -- Alleged Assault And Breach Of the Peace

 

PostHeaderIcon BELVILLE Garden Celebration

THE grand opening of Belville Community Garden in Greenock takes place on Saturday (23 August).

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Visiting Deer

DEER visiting Ashburn Gate, Gourock. | Photo by Bert Boyd

 

PostHeaderIcon JOHN'S Epic Cycle For Good Cause

 

A WEMYSS Bay grandfather has completed an epic 1,000-mile cycle to raise money for the hospital department which treated his wife.

 

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