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2015/05/25 12:30
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COUNCIL bosses are contesting plans to increase the number of councillors representing the district. The council’s head of legal services has formally written to the Local Government Boundary...
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2015/05/22 13:30
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INVERCLYDE’S attractiveness has been elevated to a whole new level — after the area was shown off to thousands of passengers at Scotland’s busiest railway station. As part of the Inverclyde Living...
2015/05/21 14:30
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A MAJOR £5 million Port Glasgow housing development is quickly taking shape. The transformation of Lower Mary Street is continuing with the first of 38 new properties at an advanced stage of...
2015/05/20 15:35
2015/05/20 15:35
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THE Beacon Arts Centre has agreed to end controversial zero hours contracts following an internvention by Inverclyde’s SNP leader. Councillor Chris McEleny was outraged when the Beacon advertised...
2015/05/20 14:12
2015/05/20 14:12
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Inverclyde Council's head of Legal Services has formally written to the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland fundamentally disagreeing with plans to change ward boundaries. All 32 local...
2015/05/18 18:30
2015/05/18 18:30
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A SENIOR councillor has called for an end to zero hours contracts across Inverclyde after the Tele revealed how Greenock’s premier arts venue is looking to employ staff on the controversial...
2015/05/15 10:30
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BEACON bosses have come under fire after launching a recruitment drive to employ staff on controversial zero hours contracts. The Greenock theatre is currently looking for workers on the terms which...
2015/05/15 09:30
2015/05/15 09:30
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FED up Greenock residents living in a street blighted by potholes have received support from a local MSP. Stuart McMillan has stepped in over a row about Rook Road, where local people have complained...
2015/05/14 22:30
2015/05/14 22:30
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The Prince of Wales in Port Glasgow town centre shut on Tuesday night after a sheriff’s order was served on publican Shaun McCloskey. Inverclyde Council owns the property and officials said today...
2015/05/13 10:30
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REPAIRS to a crumbling sea wall in Gourock are due to start on Monday as a £5.25 million town centre redevelopment project makes waves. The Tele revealed in June last year how Inverclyde Council...
2015/05/12 10:30
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Published: 12 May 2015 11:00 ONE of Scotland’s wealthiest private landlords Rajinder Samrai has had his assets and bank accounts frozen by prosecutors, the Telegraph can reveal. The move by the...
2015/05/09 05:12
2015/05/09 05:12
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And later this month the Waverley - the world's only sea-going paddle steamer - will celebrate her ruby anniversary in style. Since May 1975, when she started sailing in preservation under charity...
2015/05/08 10:30
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Published: 8 May 2015 11:00 THE SNP swept aside Labour to win the general election in Inverclyde by a thumping majority. SNP victor Ronnie Cowan recorded a massive margin of 11,063 over...
2015/05/07 11:30
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Published: 7 May 2015 12:30 A BIKE and a sofa are among a catalogue of items causing disruption to rail services after being illegally dumped in Port Glasgow. Annabel Goldie MSP met with Lindsay...
2015/05/07 10:30
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Published: 7 May 2015 11:30 CALLS have been made for an urgent inspection of a Greenock school after a wall collapsed during a £4.5 million refurbishment project. Parents were told yesterday that...
2015/05/05 10:30
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Published: 5 May 2015 11:30 FORMER Provost and lifelong public servant Sir Simpson Stevenson has died aged 93. A proud Greenock man, Sir Simpson was brought up in the east end and was a towering...
2015/05/05 10:30
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Published: 5 May 2015 11:30 INVERCLYDE’S population has dropped again — while Scotland’s is at its highest ever level. The National Records of Scotland (NRS) say Inverclyde’s population declined by...
2015/05/04 12:30
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Published: 4 May 2015 13:30 SCOTTISH Water have apologised to motorists for congestion on the A8 in recent weeks — as restrictions are lifted along one carriageway. The firm says it’s sorry drivers...
2015/05/04 12:12
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Christopher McEleny, leader of Inverclyde Council came under fire from Rangers fans after he announced on Twitter that Morton had become "the second most successful team in Scottish league football...
2015/05/04 11:30
2015/05/04 11:30
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Published: 4 May 2015 12:00 CARING kids in Greenock were so moved by TV pictures of the Nepal earthquake tragedy that they wanted to help children in the devastated country. Youngsters at the Kelly...
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