3 Oct 2015 19:00 • David Goodwin
Police let 'drug motorist' drive away
A DRUG driver with a cocktail of six different substances in his system was allowed to leave Greenock police office and get back in his car — after falling ASLEEP at the front desk.
3 Oct 2015 16:00 • Lorraine Tinney
Talented Greenock ballet star wins coveted place at school of dance
GREENOCK’S very own Billy Elliot is a step closer to realising his dance dream.
3 Oct 2015 15:30
Event gives people a proper voice in Greenock
YOUR Voice of Greenock hosted an event to give advice to help people ‘self manage’ long term illnesses.
3 Oct 2015 14:00 • Eric Baxter
Viewpoint mound created in £5.2m Gourock regeneration project
GOUROCK is to get a new viewpoint as part of its multi-million pound town centre regeneration project.
3 Oct 2015 13:30 • Eric Baxter
Inverclyde is best recycling area in Scotland
INVERCLYDE has been named the best recycling area in Scotland after newly published figures put it on top of the pile.
3 Oct 2015 13:00
Port pharmacy revamp is just what the doctor ordered
A REVAMPED Port Glasgow pharmacy is proving the perfect tonic for customers.
2 Oct 2015 19:00 • Susan Lochrie
Port couple's hope for heart op baby
A TINY baby boy battling against all the odds to survive after he was born with three major heart defects has inspired a fundraising campaign.
2 Oct 2015 16:00 • David Goodwin
Tele Pets Factor winner Harvey is following in the paws of last year’s champion
HUGGABLE Harvey has been voted top dog in the Tele’s keenly contested Pets Factor competition — making it a remarkable two wins on-the-trot for one animal-loving Greenock family.
2 Oct 2015 14:30
Sail 'doon the water' raises cash in memory of Euan
A FAMILY sail ‘doon the water’ to Rothesay raised more than £1,000 in memory of a special wee boy.
2 Oct 2015 14:00 • Eric Baxter
Inverclyde businessman makes list move
AN INVERCLYDE businessman hopes it will be third time lucky as he bids for the right to contest an election for the SNP.
2 Oct 2015 13:30
Clyde hosting major military exercise
THE River Clyde will host part of a major military exercise which starts tomorrow and runs for 13 days.
1 Oct 2015 19:00 • David Goodwin
Taxi driver ploughed into pedestrians on crossing
A TWO-TIME speeding offender taxi driver ploughed into two people on a pedestrian crossing while on his way to pick up an early morning fare.