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.
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.
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.
19 Sep 2014 11:30 • Russell Steele
SCOTLAND will remain in the United Kingdom after voters rejected independence in last night’s historic referendum.
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.
19 Sep 2014 13:30 • Paul John Coulter
PORT Glasgow Juniors are back home after a peace deal was finally struck with Inverclyde Council to end a five-month turf war.
19 Sep 2014 13:00 • Rosemary Lowne
PINT-SIZED voters took to the polls yesterday as they marked Scotland’s big day in their own way.
19 Sep 2014 13:00 • Lorraine Tinney
MINI musketeers rattled a few sabres as they tried out a new activity — but it was all in the name of good old-fashioned sportsmanship.
19 Sep 2014 13:00 • David Goodwin
A PLANNED £2.6m refurbishment of a Port school must be treated as a ‘top priority’ in order to avoid the type of lengthy delays experienced elsewhere, council chiefs have been told.
19 Sep 2014 12:30 • Matt Meade
A WOMAN who stamped on a man’s head after he allegedly stole money from her busker boyfriend has been jailed.
19 Sep 2014 12:00
BRILLIANT bowlers showed off their skills at a prestigious competition.
18 Sep 2014 15:00
A SPECIAL referendum tea party was held by Lyle Kirk church members to raise money for charity.
18 Sep 2014 15:00 • Lorraine Tinney
A PORT Glasgow-born Hollywood star has showed his green credentials by joining the fight against whale culling in the Faroes.
18 Sep 2014 13:00 • Rosemary Lowne
A BUSY Greenock street will return to two-way traffic for the first time in years.
18 Sep 2014 13:00
THE site of the former Mearns Centre in Greenock will soon be completely cleared for future redevelopment.
18 Sep 2014 12:30 • Lorraine Tinney
TOWN centre pubs are hitting the airwaves at the launch of a radio link safety scheme which starts on Friday.
18 Sep 2014 12:00 • Matt Meade
CLASSIC show tunes filled Greenock Town Hall on Saturday night to help raise funds for a children’s charity.
18 Sep 2014 12:00 • David Goodwin
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour in Inverclyde has plummeted by nearly 62 per cent in the last four years following a series of targeted initiatives.
18 Sep 2014 12:00
A RARE white bird believed to be a member of the egret family takes flight from the water off Port Glasgow.
18 Sep 2014 11:30 • Rosemary Lowne
NEW figures show a dramatic rise in the number of people in Inverclyde being diagnosed with a potentially fatal disease.