A LONG established Greenock shop is closing down after 35 years in business.
Poundstretcher closes after 35 years
A LONG established Greenock shop is closing down after 35 years in business.
Charity looks for members in Inverclyde
THE Marie Curie charity is recruiting for its Inverclyde fundraising group.
Charity goes to prison for fitness challenge
A CHARITY 24-hour fitness challenge was held at Greenock Prison.
New director for Beacon centre
THE Beacon has appointed an award-winning temporary director to identify improvements at the Greenock arts centre.
Pint glass smashed into face in unprovoked attack
Violent Thomas Mathieson calmly walked up to his victim and carried out the shocking split-second assault as his victim sat with his back to him.
Dentist brushes up in aid of hospice
A DARING dentist has raised almost £1,000 for Ardgowan Hospice through an endurance triathlon at Loch Lomond.
Cash grant for anti-knife group
INVERCLYDE Anti Knife Group has been awarded a £154 grant from the district’s community fund for a new marketing banner…
Manager’s pride as his son becomes Greenock's youngest ever player
GREENOCK teenager Jack Campbell made it into the history books, when he became the youngest player to have turned out f…
Charity day at Greenock care home
A CHARITY day for young children is being held tomorrow at a Greenock care home.
Inverclyde Council to block bid for more councillors
COUNCIL bosses are contesting plans to increase the number of councillors representing the district.
Transport bosses give £30k to hospice transport service
Transport chiefs at Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) yesterday revealed they have given the green light to t…
Adult cast auditions for musical
AUDITIONS will take place soon for adult roles in a popular musical being staged in Greenock.
Council bosses praise apprenticeship week campaign
COUNCIL bosses have given a thumbs up at the climax of Scottish Apprenticeship Week.
Pies the limit for Greenock firm after national award
FAMOUS Greenock company Aulds is on a roll after rising to a top national award for its well-fired morning baps — and b…
Afternoon tea party for dementia charity
THE Albany is hosting an afternoon tea party to help Inverclyde people with dementia.
Gourock residents ‘without water’ after burst pipe
GOUROCK residents were left without water yesterday morning after a pipe burst in a nearby industrial park.
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Faulds Park firms enjoy a fall in their rates bills
The online shopping giant’s bill dropped from £545,000 a year to £440,000.
Rates for Faulds Park unit two, occupied by Devol Engineering, fell from…
Gourock pupils’ report on Waterloo Road gets 65,000 views
A PACK of promising cub reporters at a Gouock secondary school have hit the big time with the BBC.
The press team at …
Gourock beauty spot used for drinking get-togethers
The teenage tipplers — who arrange their illicit get-togethers via social media — travel to the town by train and then …
£600k Gourock sea wall repairs to begin
REPAIRS to a crumbling sea wall in Gourock are due to start on Monday as a £5.25 million town centre redevelopment proj…
Anger over Gourock ferry fiasco
Clydelink Ltd, which operates between Gourock and Kilcreggan, was late in applying for the annual licence to the Mariti…
Royal Marine band visit Gourock school
ROYAL Marines who have served in some of the most dangerous countries in the world visited a Gourock school this week t…
Councillor attacks Gourock high school subsidy
Inverclyde’s Depute Provost David Wilson said the money allocated for free travel to St Columba’s, pictured, was ‘gross…
Gourock pub facing court action from English Premier League
It’s claimed ‘unauthorised foreign broadcasts’ of games not meant to be shown live in Britain are being beamed into Mon…
Spring into action at Gourock flower show
GOUROCK gardening gurus proved they had flower power in what was another record-breaking Spring Flower Show.
Study into busy route to stop Gourock traffic ‘chaos’
ROADS bosses are to commission a study into a busy Gourock route in a bid to alleviate traffic ‘chaos’.
EXCLUSIVE Millen takes Morton under-20s role
MORTON have appointed former player Andy Millen as their new Under-20s boss, the Tele can exclusively reveal.
The 49-year-old ex-St Mirren, Hamilton, Queen of the South and Ayr assistant manager came out on top of the selection process for a post that attracted 39 applicants from around the glob…
Morton manager wants to bolster defence and frontline
The Ton boss has lost 23-goal top scorer Declan McManus following the end of his loan from Aberdeen and subsequent move to English League One outfit …
Declan wishes Morton best wishes
DECLAN McManus is hoping for success on two fronts next term as he embarks on a new chapter in his career at Fleetwood Town while keeping an eye on t…
Subdued celebration hid Tidser’s delight
The midfielder was left in limbo in January when it emerged FIFA transfer regulations would rule him out for the rest of the season after re-joining …
Lee’s proud of being ever-present
The right-back was the one Ton player to appear in all 44 of the club’s competitive matches last term, starting 43 and making one sub appearance, in …
Playing in title victory made up for injury agony
The midfielder had feared his season was over after damaging his knee in training back in March but received injections as part of his recovery and r…
Barr to grab full-time chance at Morton
After two and a half years combining his day job with a part-time playing career, the former Brechin City winger had set his sights on a return to fu…
Sean's agony over Morton exit
The defender was one of five Ton players to be told their contracts would not be renewed in a series of meetings held b…
Morton boss set to make first summer signing
Barr made 38 starts, five sub appearances and scored six goals for Brechin City in all competitions last term as they f…
Gaston weighs up Morton offer
The goalkeeper was amongst the first players to meet with Ton boss Jim Duffy as he began contract talks with his squad.…
Morton match passes pitch inspection
The fixture had been placed in doubt after heavy snow fell locally overnight and continued this morning.
But Morton c…
Terrace Talk: Morton fan's view
PETERHEAD 1 Morton 3. Come on, someone pinch me and tell me that really was the result on Saturday!
Hands up any of …
REPORT: Peterhead 1 Morton 3
HOURS before emerging from a serious car crash shaken but unscathed, Declan McManus had been celebrating firing Morton …
Duffy's shock after Morton players involved in car accident
The pair elected to travel up to stay in McManus’s flat in Aberdeen on Friday night in order to reduce their journey on…
Milojevic fought to end his Morton exile
The Serbian defender was dropped after a 1-0 loss to Airdrie on 3 January following a period of poor form and then hurt…
All-action seminar with stunt actress Zara
EIGHT students and two instructors from the Scottish Taekwondo Academy were invited to a special seminar hosted by a to…
Greenock hitting home their aspirations
GREENOCK are at home once again tomorrow and welcome Poloc CC from Glasgow’s south side for the match at Glenpark.
A TOP line-up of live music and terrific tribute acts are heading to Greenock over the next five months, it’s been anno…
I WOULD like to congratulate our new MP, Ronnie Cowan, on his election in Inverclyde.
Robert Houston — who is facing a total of four charges — is said to have collided with another vehicle whereby its thre…
Police are appealing for information after a 53-year-old worker at Finlaystone was set upon in the car park at around 1…
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