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Saturday October 25, 2014
00:12 GMT
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PostHeaderIcon RECITAL On Church's New Organ

THE first recital on the newly-installed organ at Lyle Kirk, Greenock, will be given by the church's organist John Bell this Sunday (26 October).

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Blackthorn Face Tough Scottish Cup Tie

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Gents' Results

 

PostHeaderIcon BOYS' Brigade Notes -- Scotland Match For 2nd Gourock

 

SIXTEEN of the younger members of 2nd Gourock Company attended the recent Scotland international.

 

PostHeaderIcon GYM And Restaurant Proposals For Retail Park Site

THE new owner of Port Glasgow's retail park development is looking for the public's views on its plans which include adding a gym and a restaurant to the project.

 

PostHeaderIcon PARKING Changes Planned After Just 17 Days Of New Regime

COUNCIL officials are proposing significant changes to Greenock's parking rules less than three weeks after they were introduced following an outcry by shoppers, businesses and residents -- but it would be January at least before they would legally take effect.

Action proposed includes:

-- Allowing on-street parking of up to two hours everywhere in the inner town centre area.  
-- Removing all restrictions on Saturdays.
-- Removing Terrace Road and West Stewart from the parking disc area.
-- A report by the end of February looking at how to help residents affected by the changes

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PostHeaderIcon PLANNING News -- Old Police Station Can Be Business Base

 

PostHeaderIcon WITNESS Plea After Deliberate Blazes

POLICE appealed for witnesses after two fires were started, involving a building and a vehicle.

 

PostHeaderIcon CRIME In Brief -- Cannabis Cultivation In Port House

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping Photos -- Sheltered From The Storm

 

PostHeaderIcon GUIDE Notes -- Promising Times For 2ndA Gourock Brownies

 

THE 2ndA Gourock Brownies are delighted to welcome and celebrate several girls making their Promise and becoming fully-fledged Brownies.

 

PostHeaderIcon OFFICIALS To Give Parking Update

 

SENIOR councillors have requested an update from officials on the first few weeks of new parking arrangements in Inverclyde.

 

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- Tower Storm Damage

 

THE former estuary control tower at Greenock was damaged during high winds today.

 

PostHeaderIcon ALL Aboard For Hospital Bus Stop Changes

 

IMPROVEMENTS to the bus stops at Inverclyde Royal Hospital are proving just the ticket for patients, visitors and staff.

 

PostHeaderIcon TWO Crashes On Inverclyde Roads

 

EMERGENCY services were called to two road accidents in Inverclyde.

 

PostHeaderIcon WINDOW Smashed At Takeaway

 

A VANDAL smashed a window at Domino's Pizza in Greenock with a shopping trolley.

 

PostHeaderIcon SHOWCASE Means Business

INVERCLYDE businesses can tap into the best local advice available -- all under one roof -- this week.

 

PostHeaderIcon FOOTBALL -- Cup Action For Welfare Teams

THIS weekend sees some of the Greenock and District Welfare teams entering the Saturday Scottish Cup for the first time.

 

PostHeaderIcon 'PRIORITY' List Drawn Up To Revive Port Town Centre

A MULTI-million pound list of projects to revitalise Port Glasgow town centre has been drawn up including new road access to Princes Street from the A8 roundabout at Tesco.

 

PostHeaderIcon GOLF -- Whinhill Mini-Juniors' Prize-Giving

MEMBERS of Whinhill Golf Club’s Mini-Junior Section attended their annual prize-giving, which concluded a hugely successful 2014 season.

 

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