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Thursday July 30, 2015
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PostHeaderIcon CRIME In Brief -- Pigeons Stolen In Break-In

ALSO: Graffiti Sprayed On Wall... | Click for details

 

PostHeaderIcon CATWALK Success For Port Fashion Student

A TALENTED fashion student from Port Glasgow is hoping to follow in the footsteps of some of the world’s most successful designers after showcasing a stylish clothing collection she designed.

 

PostHeaderIcon PHOTOSTREAM -- James Watt Dock

A VIEW of James Watt Dock, Greenock. Photo by Alan Dunlop | Click for full image

 

PostHeaderIcon CLYDE Shipping -- Crystal Serenity

CRUISE ship Crystal Serenity made her first visit to the Clyde today.

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PostHeaderIcon LOST And Found Appeals

Cuddly Toy Lost In Town Centre...

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PostHeaderIcon COMPANY Hope To Overturn Turbine Refusal

A MAJOR Greenock factory hopes councillors will allow it to build a 250-foot (77-metre) high wind turbine which it says is vital in order to protect jobs at the plant.

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PostHeaderIcon GET Outdoors With Inverclyde Ramblers

INVERCLYDE Ramblers have lined up a busy few days as they take part in Get Outdoors Weekend.

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