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Baby's fight against '1 in 50,000' illness

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 17:00Susan Lochrie

A BRAVE baby boy who nearly died from a rare and complex illness is battling back against all the odds.

Ferguson's lands massive £97m ferry contract

31 Aug 2015 10:00Russell Steele

FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon is at Ferguson's this morning - to announce that the shipyard has won a crucial £97m ferry order.

Greenock mum says daughter is 'lucky to be alive' after being knocked down

29 Aug 2015 17:00Rosemary Lowne

A RELIEVED mum says her daughter is ‘lucky to be alive’ after she was hit by a car in Greenock.

QE2 taskforce look for update on vessel

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 13:00Paul John Coulter

AUTHORITIES in Dubai are being asked to provide a ‘clear picture’ of the condition of the QE2 by leading figures who are attempting to bring her to Greenock.

Roads to be closed

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 16:00

TWO roads in Kilmacolm are to be partially closed to allow bridge strengthening work to take place.

Alarm at hospital after lout's 'outrageous behaviour'

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 15:00David Goodwin

A THREATENING lout who shouted foul-mouthed abuse at an Inverclyde Royal medic before deliberately triggering the hospital’s fire alarm is today behind bars for his ‘outrageous behaviour’.

Scam letter warning to locals

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 14:00

Taskforce's QE2 mission

Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 13:00Paul John Coulter

Volunteers work together to help grow east end garden

29 Aug 2015 15:00Lorraine Tinney

1,331 receive help to pay ‘bedroom tax’ in Inverclyde

29 Aug 2015 14:00

McColl's five-year plan for jobs boom at Port yard

29 Aug 2015 11:00Paul John Coulter

Teen ‘used brick to kill Michael Mearns’

28 Aug 2015 17:00David Goodwin

Gourock dad to push disabled son round 13-mile race for charity

28 Aug 2015 16:00Rosemary Lowne

Riverside Youth Band's invite for new members

28 Aug 2015 15:30

Athletes go to great lengths for Gourock charity swim

28 Aug 2015 15:00Rosemary Lowne

George gets Greenock crossing sorted

28 Aug 2015 14:30

Teen in court on Michael Mearns murder charge

27 Aug 2015 17:15Russell Steele

Cancer all-clear is goal-den moment for brave Port girl's family

27 Aug 2015 17:00Lorraine Tinney

New Inverclyde Academy enjoy special breakfast club

27 Aug 2015 16:00Rosemary Lowne

Port shipyard is transformed in revamp

27 Aug 2015 14:30

High level talks aim to bring QE2 back home to Greenock

27 Aug 2015 14:30Paul John Coulter

Greenock welcomes superyacht

27 Aug 2015 11:01

Greenock shoppers support homeless charity

26 Aug 2015 16:30

Bank inundated with school uniform donations

26 Aug 2015 16:00Susan Lochrie

Gruesome saw injury ends Port goalkeeper’s season

Subscribers Only 26 Aug 2015 15:00Paul John Coulter

Man in IRH after serious assault

26 Aug 2015 14:00

Sport

Duffy's praise for defense

31 Aug 2015 19:00Jonathan Mitchell

JIM Duffy applauded his miserly defence for the shutout that provided Morton with a platform to go and pick up their first three points of the season away at basement boys Alloa on Saturday.

Sting in the tale for Morton

31 Aug 2015 18:00Jonathan Mitchell

MORTON kept a third clean sheet on the bounce to take three points at Alloa.

Ton secure first three points of season

29 Aug 2015 21:30Jonathan Mitchell

MORTON picked up their first three points of the season with a well-earned 1-0 win away at basement boys Alloa Athletic today.

McCluskey: 'Alloa pitch is worst in country - but Morton can't use that as excuse'

29 Aug 2015 14:00Jonathan Mitchell

STEFAN McCluskey reckons Alloa Athletic’s playing surface is one of the worst in Scotland — but insists it will still be no excuse if Morton fail to pick up their first league win today.

Greenock off to a winning start

31 Aug 2015 16:00Gary Pews

GREENOCK got their league campaign off to a flying start on Saturday with this convincing win over Cumnock at Ravenscraig.

Late strike secures win for Port

31 Aug 2015 18:00Gary Pews

Morton draw Motherwell in cup

27 Aug 2015 14:42Russell Steele

Morton boss Duffy on lookout in loan market

29 Aug 2015 14:30Jonathan Mitchell

Duffy warns side ahead of clash with bottom team Alloa

28 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

Homecoming win was special to Denny

27 Aug 2015 17:30Jonathan Mitchell

Morton goal hero Ross was ready to rip into Denny

27 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

Duffy's hails 'classic' victory over Doonhamers

26 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

Barr: ‘Morton can compete with the best’

25 Aug 2015 17:30Jonathan Mitchell

Tackle rules Morton keeper Gaston out of cup tie

25 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

St Mirren boss pleased with point

24 Aug 2015 17:30Jonathan Mitchell

Winger insists Morton deserved derby win

24 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

Lamie will keep Morton team on track

21 Aug 2015 17:30Jonathan Mitchell

Duffy: 'Morton players will relish Renfrewshire derby battle'

21 Aug 2015 17:00Jonathan Mitchell

Morton midfielder Tidser is on the mend

20 Aug 2015 17:30Jonathan Mitchell

Opinion

Holyrood message By Stuart McMillan MSP

28 Aug 2015 13:00

PARLIAMENT returns next week in what will be the last eight months of this session.

Jean’s Scene

27 Aug 2015 13:00

PORT girl and broadcaster Jean Johansson writes for the Tele.

The way I see it...by Eric Baxter

26 Aug 2015 13:00

HOW do you fancy swimming in the North Atlantic at 2.45 in the morning... and suddenly finding a whale appearing underneath you?

Chain Reaction

26 Aug 2015 13:00

PROVOST Robert Moran writes exclusively for the Tele.

Holyrood message by Duncan McNeil MSP

24 Aug 2015 13:00

IT is often the case that when the Royal Bank of Scotland hits the headlines it’s for the wrong reasons.

Westminster Message by Ronnie Cowan, MP Inverclyde

21 Aug 2015 13:00

One Girl’s View

20 Aug 2015 12:00

The Way I See It...by Eric Baxter

19 Aug 2015 13:00

View from the Leader’s chair

19 Aug 2015 13:00

Holyrood message by Duncan McNeil MSP

17 Aug 2015 13:00

Holyrood message by Stuart McMillan MSP

14 Aug 2015 13:00

The way I see it...by Eric Baxter

12 Aug 2015 13:00

Chain Reaction

12 Aug 2015 12:00

One Girl’s View

6 Aug 2015 13:00

View from the Leader’s chair

5 Aug 2015 13:00

What's On

Michael Redmond set for Albany performance

27 Aug 2015 17:00Paul John Coulter

COMEDY fans are set to enjoy the deadpan delivery of Michael Redmond when he performs at the Albany tomorrow.

TRAVEL: London's capital gains

31 Aug 2015 15:50Paul John Coulter

LONDON'S calling and the list of things to do is never ending.

Funk band The Union in Gourock gig tonight

28 Aug 2015 11:38Paul John Coulter

A FUNK band from Inverclyde will return to Gourock later this evening to showcase their unique blend of music.

Albany show for one of Scotland’s best songwriters

20 Aug 2015 18:00Paul John Coulter

ONE of Scotland’s most celebrated songwriters will play tracks from his latest acclaimed album in Greenock next week.

Robert headlines Euro Dylan fest

13 Aug 2015 15:00Paul John Coulter

A MUSICIAN from Greenock is preparing for the biggest gig of his career after being confirmed as the headline act for Europe’s top Bob Dylan festival.

Full line-up revealed for Gig on the Green

6 Aug 2015 17:00Paul John Coulter

Musician set for Gourock performance

30 Jul 2015 13:00Paul John Coulter

Life on Standby join four other top Inverclyde bands to play Fake Festival

23 Jul 2015 16:30Paul John Coulter

Former Whiteout guitarist and musician team up for Albany gig

16 Jul 2015 18:00Paul John Coulter

Father Ted star Michael Redmond in Greenock comedy night

9 Jul 2015 16:30Paul John Coulter

Band sign with Sony label

Subscribers Only 2 Jul 2015 18:00Paul John Coulter

TRAVEL: A cruise on Cunard's Queen Mary 2

27 Jun 2015 15:00Russell Steele

Teen songstress one to watch as Gig on the Green announce line-up

Subscribers Only 25 Jun 2015 14:30Paul John Coulter

Gourock songwriter's big North American adventure

Subscribers Only 18 Jun 2015 18:00Paul John Coulter

Flexible approach that’s building careers

17 Jun 2015 12:30Roy Beers

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