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First Minister at Ferguson's to start work on £12m ferry

19 Dec 2014 13:05 • Paul John Coulter

THE First Minister today made her first visit to Inverclyde since taking office, as she cut the steel for a £12m CalMac ferry which will be built at Ferguson's shipyard.

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Owner's petition to avoid Mall move

Subscribers Only 19 Dec 2014 13:00 • Lorraine Tinney

AN OUTRAGED cafe owner has launched a petition in a desperate bid to stay at her slot in the Oak Mall.

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A Vet's View

Subscribers Only 19 Dec 2014 11:00

Neil McIntosh of Abbey Veterinary Practice write for the Tele.

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Readers dig deep to help children at Christmas

Subscribers Only 18 Dec 2014 16:00 • Paul John Coulter

KIND Tele readers have been praised for digging deep to help underprivileged children across Inverclyde have a happier Christmas.

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Beacon 'begs' for £1m bail out

Subscribers Only 18 Dec 2014 12:10 • Paul John Coulter

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 learned.

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No Christmas cheer for Ton

MORTON have now gone four matches without a win after suffering a desperately disappointing 1-0 defeat against Peterhead at Cappielow this afternoon.

20 Dec 2014 19:30 • Jonathan Mitchell

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Duffy wants two players for Christmas

19 Dec 2014 11:00 • Jonathan Mitchell

MORTON manager Jim Duffy has targeted the addition of two experienced players in the January transfer window, the Tele can exclusively reveal.

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Striker: Christmas could have been cancelled

17 Dec 2014 13:00 • Jonathan Mitchell

ANDY Barrowman admitted the Morton squad could well have seen their Christmas night out scrapped by manager Jim Duffy if they had failed to recover from their first-half shocker on Saturday.

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Hockey club victorious in must win match

16 Dec 2014 12:00

Greenock Morton Hockey Club Men’s 1st XI came away from a must-win away match at Aberdeen Grammar with a well-deserved three points, taking them out of the bottom two for the Christmas break.

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The Way I See It

17 Dec 2014 12:00

Reporter Eric Baxter writes for you.

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Dan Gowar on a Friday...

Subscribers Only 12 Dec 2014 13:00

DO you ever suspect politicians do not think through things properly before supporting new legislation?

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Westminster message by Iain McKenzie MP

12 Dec 2014 13:00

WITHOUT a doubt it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as we see decorations appearing across Inverclyde.

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Vet’s View

Subscribers Only 12 Dec 2014 13:00

NEIL McIntosh of Abbey Veterinary Group writes for the Greenock Telegraph.

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Rockers' Christmas cracker

Subscribers Only 18 Dec 2014 12:30 • Paul John Coulter

VETERAN Inverclyde rockers Dymensha have released their second album — right in time for Christmas.

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Greenock set for reely good Hogmanay

Subscribers Only 12 Dec 2014 13:00

A HIT Greenock ceilidh band have promised to get people toe-tapping as they put the finishing touches to their set for a good old fashioned Hogmanay knees-up.

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DJ set for Dutch connection

18 Dec 2014 12:30 • Paul John Coulter

THE debut track from a Greenock DJ who turned to music after nearly losing his ankle following a football injury has been released — and he could now showcase his music in Germany and Holland.

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