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LATEST: Sports broadcasting legend Arthur Montford has died.

26 Nov 2014 21:15 • Brian Hossack

Sad news tonight that famous Morton fan Arthur Montford has passed away.

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Lifelong fan celebrates 100th birthday cheering on Morton

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 15:00 • Susan Lochrie

SUPERFAN centurion John Beattie spent his 100th birthday in style by roaring his beloved Morton to victory with his adoring family at his side.

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Greenock man living ‘for years’ in condemned flat

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 11:00 • Paul John Coulter

A SERIOUSLY ill Greenock man has issued an urgent plea to be rehoused after being left to ‘rot’ in awful conditions as the last remaining tenant in a condemned block of flats.

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Man branded a ‘disgrace’ after rage at pregnant girlfriend

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 13:00 • David Goodwin

A BULLY whose pregnant girlfriend suffered a panic attack and vomited after he flew into a terrifying rage has been ordered to behave himself.

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Community in shock as tributes are paid to tragic Sarah

Subscribers Only 25 Nov 2014 11:00 • Russell Steele

A SEARCH for a missing Port Glasgow teenager ended in tragedy yesterday when a body was found in the River Clyde.

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Gaston has confidence in Morton's rookie keeper after debut

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 11:30 • Jonathan Mitchell

DEREK Gaston reckons Morton will be in safe hands at Spartans on Saturday — even if he is ruled out through injury.

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Booth praises young Morton keeper

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 12:00 • Jonathan Mitchell

STENHOUSEMUIR boss Scott Booth admitted he was impressed with the way teenage Morton goalkeeper Jamie McGowan handled the pressure on his first-team debut.

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Inverclyde Athletic Club recognised with national honour

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 13:00

INVERCLYDE Athletic Club were awarded one of Scottish Athletics’ top accolades at the annual awards ceremony held at Hampden Park.

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Greenock Wanderers teach uni team valuable lesson

Subscribers Only 26 Nov 2014 12:30

GREENOCK Wanderers Ladies raised the benchmark of expectation on Sunday when they produced their best display to date with a crushing 66-7 point victory over Glasgow University Ladies at Fort Matilda.

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The way I see it...by Eric Baxter

26 Nov 2014 13:00

INVERCLYDE international athlete Bill Stoddart’s record-breaking exploits around Britain and the continent are an inspiration to all runners.

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Chain Reaction

26 Nov 2014 13:00

PROVOST Robert Moran writes exclusively for the Tele.

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Get in touch with Terry

Subscribers Only 25 Nov 2014 14:00 • The Viator

A WHILE ago I carried a story about Terry McPherson, nee Bonar, who was brought up in Port Glasgow but had lived in Ross and Cromarty for around 40 years.

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Belville Street captured in 60s

Subscribers Only 25 Nov 2014 13:30 • The Viator

THIS view looking up Greenock’s Belville Street dates to the early 1960s.

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Greenock musician hopes to be a world-wide hit

Subscribers Only 20 Nov 2014 16:00 • Paul John Coulter

A GREENOCK musician is preparing to perform all over the world in places like Russia and Japan after releasing his new album with help from Elvis Costello’s producer.

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Curtain up for Kilmacolm panto

Subscribers Only 21 Nov 2014 18:00

THE curtain is set to come up on a special performance of Jack and the Beanstalk in Kilmacolm next week.

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Greenock man’s band set to record live album

Subscribers Only 20 Nov 2014 14:00 • Paul John Coulter

A FORMER IBM worker has swapped keyboards for key changes as part of a multi-national rock band who are following in the footsteps of the legendary AC/DC.

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