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express
Outrage as fat cat council boss pockets £40k after just 15 MONTHS in the jobin a £105,000-a-year job which she chose to resign from. Patricia Cassidy got
Outrage as fat cat council boss pockets £40k after just 15 MONTHS in the job
express / Posted 2 days ago
in a £105,000-a-year job which she chose to resign from. Patricia Cassidy got the remarkable compensation payment from Inverclyde Council Patricia Cassidy got the remarkable compensation payment from Inverclyde Council, which is facing budget... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
New unit is planned for Port retail parkalso been linked with the park, which is already home to the Waterwheel pub/res
New unit is planned for Port retail park
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
also been linked with the park, which is already home to the Waterwheel pub/restaurant and Costa Coffee. The revised planning application for the corner unit was received by Inverclyde Council this week. Officials are now considering the prop... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Inverclyde's bid to win 300 new jobs11 benefits being devolved to Holyrood, including disability living and attenda
Inverclyde's bid to win 300 new jobs
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
11 benefits being devolved to Holyrood, including disability living and attendance allowances, and winter fuel payments. Inverclyde Council leader Stephen McCabe says the agency could be sited in buildings with surplus capacity, such as Greenock... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Inverclyde Council backing TS Queen Mary restoration bidINVERCLYDE Council bosses hope to help restore TS Queen Mary to her former glor
Inverclyde Council backing TS Queen Mary restoration bid
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
INVERCLYDE Council bosses hope to help restore TS Queen Mary to her former glory following a visit to the ship at James Watt Dock. A £2 million appeal has been launched to refurbish the iconic vessel, which was rescued by charity Friends of Queen... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Flowers from Greenock grandad’s grave dumped in a binknow who did this.” Sheena is now making a wreath for Shirley to put on her da
Flowers from Greenock grandad’s grave dumped in a bin
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
know who did this.” Sheena is now making a wreath for Shirley to put on her dad’s grave. A spokesman for cemetery owners Inverclyde Council said it is ‘unacceptable’ for someone to remove flowers from a grave. He said: “It isn’t acceptable for... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Farce in search for new Inverclyde Council chief executiveINVERCLYDE Council will have to re-advertise for a new chief executive after ne
Farce in search for new Inverclyde Council chief executive
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
INVERCLYDE Council will have to re-advertise for a new chief executive after neither of the final two candidates received enough votes from councillors. A two-thirds majority of councillors attending a special full council meeting was needed. Only... Read more
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heraldscotland
In at the deep end as Powerboating comes to GreenockIt has long been a pet project of Inverclyde Council and Riverside Inverclyde t
In at the deep end as Powerboating comes to Greenock
heraldscotland / Posted 8 days ago
It has long been a pet project of Inverclyde Council and Riverside Inverclyde to regenerate this famous stretch of river and this weekend's event is their latest brainchild. A crowd of 20,000 over two days is expected to line the town's Esplanade,... Read more
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heraldscotland
Outgoing police chief fails in bid to become council chief executiveMarch, the force announced Richardson, 50, would not seek a second term as DCC.
Outgoing police chief fails in bid to become council chief executive
heraldscotland / Posted 9 days ago
March, the force announced Richardson, 50, would not seek a second term as DCC. In a statement released yesterday, Inverclyde Council Leader Stephen McCabe, said: “I am disappointed we have not been able to make an appointment but it is... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
VIDEO: Greenock set to host Powerboat P1 Grand Prix of the Sea UK Championshipswith up to 40 local tourism related businesses.” The P1 Scottish Grand Prix of
VIDEO: Greenock set to host Powerboat P1 Grand Prix of the Sea UK Championships
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
with up to 40 local tourism related businesses.” The P1 Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea has been up brought here by Inverclyde Council and regeneration company Riverside Inverclyde. Councillor Jim Clocherty says it will put the area in the... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Senior police chief in running for top job at Inverclyde Counciloutgoing deputy chief constable of Police Scotland has been shortlisted to be t
Senior police chief in running for top job at Inverclyde Council
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
outgoing deputy chief constable of Police Scotland has been shortlisted to be the next £117,000-a-year chief executive of Inverclyde Council. Neil Richardson, whose time at the single force has been marked by controversy, will make his case... Read more
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heraldscotland
Controversial police chief shortlisted for top job at Inverclyde Councilentitled to a generous lump sum and his police pension. However, Mr Richardson
Controversial police chief shortlisted for top job at Inverclyde Council
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
entitled to a generous lump sum and his police pension. However, Mr Richardson may be in line for an imminent comeback. Inverclyde Council covers 81,000 people and includes Gourock, Greenock, Inverkip, Kilmacolm and Port Glasgow. It is... Read more
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heraldscotland
Controversial police chief shortlisted to be local authority chief executiveentitled to a generous lump sum and his police pension. However, Mr Richardson
Controversial police chief shortlisted to be local authority chief executive
heraldscotland / Posted 11 days ago
entitled to a generous lump sum and his police pension. However, Mr Richardson may be in line for an imminent comeback. Inverclyde Council covers 81,000 people and includes Gourock, Greenock, Inverkip, Kilmacolm and Port Glasgow. It is... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Morton chairman, council supremo and doctor honoured by the QueenMORTON chairman Douglas Rae and Inverclyde Council chief executive John Mundell
Morton chairman, council supremo and doctor honoured by the Queen
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
MORTON chairman Douglas Rae and Inverclyde Council chief executive John Mundell have received OBEs in the Queen's Birthday honours, it has been announced. Mr Rae, managing director of Greenock confectionery firm Golden Casket, has been recognised... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listand Young Rewired State. For services to Technology and Education. (Guildford,
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
and Young Rewired State. For services to Technology and Education. (Guildford, Surrey) John Weir Mundell. Chief executive, Inverclyde Council. For services to Local Government. (Kirknewton, West Lothian) Christopher Ian Murray. Head of Operational... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
‘City deal’ to benefit Inverclyde firmsdevelopment. Now local companies are being urged to go to a ‘supplier event’ t
‘City deal’ to benefit Inverclyde firms
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
development. Now local companies are being urged to go to a ‘supplier event’ to see if they can land any contracts. Inverclyde Council leader Stephen McCabe says each project brings opportunities for local businesses. He said: “This is a... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Greenock set for Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea show28ft P1 Panther race boat worth £65,000. In addition, the event, which is bein
Greenock set for Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea show
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
28ft P1 Panther race boat worth £65,000. In addition, the event, which is being co-hosted by Riverside Inverclyde and Inverclyde Council, will also feature eight spectacular displays by Hydroflight and Freestyle jet skis. P1 supremo Mr Wicks... Read more
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heraldscotland
SNP members 'should have louder voice at party conferences', says deputy leader contenderMr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that d
SNP members 'should have louder voice at party conferences', says deputy leader contender
heraldscotland / Posted 17 days ago
Mr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that debate is positive in a party of the SNP's size and that it was essential that the collective strength of its 100,000-plus members is fully utilised to set its... Read more
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heraldscotland
SNP deputy leadership contender: grassroots members should have louder voice at party conferencesMr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that d
SNP deputy leadership contender: grassroots members should have louder voice at party conferences
heraldscotland / Posted 17 days ago
Mr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that debate is positive in a party of the SNP's size and that it was essential that the collective strength of its 100,000-plus members is fully utilised to set its... Read more
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heraldscotland
SNP deputy leadership contender says members should have louder voice at party conferencesMr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that d
SNP deputy leadership contender says members should have louder voice at party conferences
heraldscotland / Posted 17 days ago
Mr McEleny, who is leader of the party group on Inverclyde Council, said that debate is positive in a party of the SNP's size and that it was essential that the collective strength of its 100,000-plus members is fully utilised to set its... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Port couple's dream win in Tele wedding competitionin without the dog! “I also want to thank everyone who voted, especially the M
Port couple's dream win in Tele wedding competition
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
in without the dog! “I also want to thank everyone who voted, especially the McKeown family and the home help workers at Inverclyde Council. “We really appreciate it.” The couple won the contest after securing 2,607 votes. In second place were... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Warning £40m cuts could ‘kill off’ Inverclyde CouncilOUTGOING Inverclyde Council chief John Mundell says the local authority needs a
Warning £40m cuts could ‘kill off’ Inverclyde Council
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
OUTGOING Inverclyde Council chief John Mundell says the local authority needs a ‘knight in shining armour’ to combat looming budget cuts of up to £40m in the next three years. Mr Mundell, who will retire in September after 10 years at the helm, says... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Port Glasgow pupils on the grow with eco-activityand all other areas of the curriculum and they’ve also learned about activities
Port Glasgow pupils on the grow with eco-activity
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 21 days ago
and all other areas of the curriculum and they’ve also learned about activities such as planting. “Angela Hughes from Inverclyde Council also came up and spoke about the importance of recycling and we’ve focused on climate change and how to... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Police accused of ‘insensitivity’ after checking cars next to travellers’ camp at Woodhallplace for us to swiftly seek a court order to remove them from our land. “We a
Police accused of ‘insensitivity’ after checking cars next to travellers’ camp at Woodhall
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
place for us to swiftly seek a court order to remove them from our land. “We are working with other community partners and Inverclyde Council in delivering refuse sacks to the site. “They will collect the rubbish afterwards to minimise... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Beacon Arts Centre ‘bills paid off’successful year’. He said: “The past year has been very challenging, however I
Beacon Arts Centre ‘bills paid off’
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
successful year’. He said: “The past year has been very challenging, however I’m very pleased that, with the support of Inverclyde Council and the Scottish Government, we paid the £2 million bill and we are now on a sound financial... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
New heating system left Greenock OAP with huge repair billsystem. The system is being installed in a joint project between Scottish Gas,
New heating system left Greenock OAP with huge repair bill
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
system. The system is being installed in a joint project between Scottish Gas, housing association River Clyde Homes and Inverclyde Council. But Mrs Harper, pictured, says the current pipes in her father’s flat — which are almost 50 years old —... Read more

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