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2014/12/23 00:08
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Scotland reacted with shock and horror after Christmas shoppers were knocked to their deaths in an accident that "could hardly be more tragic". Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson described...
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2014/12/19 12:30
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Published: 19 Dec 2014 12:00 A GREENOCK woman has recovered a precious piece of family history after her grandfather’s wartime medals went up for auction. Sue Bush’s father’s dad had served in the...
2014/12/18 13:30
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Published: 17 Dec 2014 14:00 A FRONTRUNNER in the race to become Inverclyde’s SNP candidate at next year’s general election has cleared a major hurdle after gaining the backing of local party...
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Published: 18 Dec 2014 12:10 BRAZEN Beacon bosses left councillors astonished by begging for a £1 million rescue package while outlining no plans on how to run the venue, the Tele has...
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Published: 16 Dec 2014 12:00 TRAVELLERS are back in Port Glasgow — and Inverclyde’s Depute Provost fears their illegal camp site could cost jobs. Six caravans have arrived at Kelburn Business Park...
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Published: 15 Dec 2014 13:00 INVERCLYDE’S new £75 million female-only prison will be a 21st century ‘beacon’ of hope for troubled women eager to turn their lives around, the project’s leader declared...
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Published: 11 Dec 2014 13:30 A FURIOUS Port resident says it is only a matter before someone is killed because of ‘dangerously icy’ roads being left untreated. Donald Howieson said roads throughout...
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Published: 10 Dec 2014 13:00 PROVOST Robert Moran writes exclusively for the Tele. IT is a case of battening down the hatches in Inverclyde over the next day or so as the so-called ‘weather bomb’...
2014/12/10 11:30
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Published: 10 Dec 2014 11:30 A HISTORIC 15th century landmark in Port Glasgow is hogging the limelight once again after a new £28,000 lighting system was switched on for the first time. Newark...
2014/12/09 12:30
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Published: 9 Dec 2014 12:00 PORT councillor Jim MacLeod has praised the council’s ‘go green’ success with the launch of a new kerbside glass recycling scheme. The SNP deputy leader said the council...
2014/12/09 12:30
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Published: 9 Dec 2014 12:20 TRADING standards officers have seized fake Ugg gloves in Inverclyde which were made from specially-bred dogs in eastern Europe. The shocking discovery was not the only...
2014/12/08 14:30
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Published: 8 Dec 2014 14:00 A GREENOCK independence supporter is lodging a complaint with mail bosses after losing out on her vote in the historic independence poll. Sue Bush applied for a postal...
2014/12/08 13:30
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Published: 8 Dec 2014 13:00 FEARS have been raised that Inverclyde could be subjected to controversial UK Government-sanctioned fracking on an industrial scale without any consultation or right of...
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Published: 8 Dec 2014 13:00 A RARE collection of tiled murals by a leading Scottish artist has gone to ruin in a Greenock underpass. Douglas Neil views the damaged artwork in the underpass. Picture:...
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Published: 8 Dec 2014 11:30 GREENOCK faces an unexpected battle with Clydebank to get a new health centre, it emerged today. GREENOCK faces an unexpected battle with Clydebank to get a new health...
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Published: 6 Dec 2014 08:30 A PORT man is facing the nightmare prospect of having to splash out £30,000 on repairs after flood water wrecked his garden and caused part of it to COLLAPSE. Robert...
2014/12/05 15:30
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Published: 5 Dec 2014 15:00 EX-MARINE radio officers were reunited at the historic college in Greenock which launched the careers which took them all over the world. Students gather outside their...
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Published: 3 Dec 2014 13:30 FENCING disappeared in mysterious circumstances from land at a former Gourock school. It was taken away from the site of the old Holy Cross Primary, which is located near...
2014/12/03 11:30
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Published: 3 Dec 2014 11:30 A FURIOUS Port pensioner has slammed council bosses after his lane was left in darkness for six weeks. Bernard Wilson told the Tele about the street light issue which the...
2014/12/02 13:30
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Published: 2 Dec 2014 13:30 THE tale of a retired teacher’s mission to send school books to needy children overseas has had a happy ending. David Miles-Hanschell’s consignment of unwanted textbooks...
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