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86 votes decide 'No' result in Inverclyde

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 11:00 • Paul John Coulter

INVERCLYDE dramatically voted against Scottish independence by a wafer thin margin — with only 86 votes in it.

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Yes support ‘can be proud’

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 11:30

YES campaigners say the vote shows the people of Inverclyde want change and told the Tele that campaign members could be extremely proud of their efforts.

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No win was ‘exhilarating’

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 11:30

JUBILANT Better Together campaigners celebrated their local victory but emphasised the importance of both sides now uniting for the greater good of Inverclyde.

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Scotland votes No to independence

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 11:30 • Russell Steele

SCOTLAND will remain in the United Kingdom after voters rejected independence in last night’s historic referendum.

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REFERENDUM 2014 LIVE: Scotland votes No

19 Sep 2014 06:23 • Russell Steele

SCOTLAND has voted to stay in the United Kingdom - with Inverclyde narrowly voting against independence by a wafer-thin margin. Here is our timeline of how an historic night unfolded here and across the country.

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Morton boss Duffy gives a vote of confidence

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 11:30 • Jonathan Mitchell

JIM Duffy believes the intense focus on the Scottish independence referendum has aided his side’s preparation for their clash with title favourites Dunfermline Athletic.

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Knee injury struggle for Morton defender

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 12:00

STEFAN Milojevic today revealed that he is struggling with an injury to the same knee on which he required an operation seven years ago.

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PREVIEW: Glencairn v Greenock

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 12:30 • Gary Pews

GREENOCK manager Martin Campbell admits it’s points rather than praise his men need, as they travel to Rutherglen tomorrow to face Glencairn.

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PREVIEW Morton v Dunfermline

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 12:30 • Russell Steele

MORTON face their sternest examination so far this season when table toppers and fellow full-timers Dunfermline roll into Sinclair Street tomorrow afternoon.

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Opinion »

Westminster message by Iain McKenzie MP

19 Sep 2014 12:00

AFTER 18 long months of debate, discussion and campaigning, we have finally had our say on our country’s future.

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One girl’s view

18 Sep 2014 13:00

LOCAL charity volunteer and school pupil Amy Shearer gives a teenager’s take on Inverclyde.

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Captain was sleeping at the helm

Subscribers Only 18 Sep 2014 13:00 • The Viator

LAST Tuesday, I told the tragic tale of the Greenock-owned coaster Ardgarry that was lost with all hands off the Cornish coast in December 1962.

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The Big Local Debate

Subscribers Only 18 Sep 2014 12:00

WITH the historic independence referendum upon us, local Yes Scotland and Better Together activists today bring the curtain down on their campaigns. In the last of their fortnightly columns, both sides finalise their argument as people head to cast their vote.

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World travels inspire Gourock folk band

Subscribers Only 11 Sep 2014 15:00 • Matt Meade

TRAVELS across the planet have helped inspire the new album from folk fusion band Reely Jiggered.

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Gourock musician lands support slot with Indie rockers

Subscribers Only 19 Sep 2014 12:00 • Paul John Coulter

A GOUROCK musician is preparing to take to the stage to support a band which features Paul Weller’s drummer and keyboard player.

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Popular music night in Greenock

Subscribers Only 18 Sep 2014 15:00

AN ECLECTIC mix of tunes will ring out of a Greenock venue on Saturday night with the return of a popular music event.

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