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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 09:30 • Rosemary Lowne

Greenock fast food shop owner fears closure after vandal attacks

A FURIOUS Greenock businessman fears he will be forced to close his fast food joint if ‘mindless vandals’ continue to damage his property.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 08:00 • Paul John Coulter

First Minister visits Ferguson's to meet workers and officials

FIRST Minister Alex Salmond has told the Tele he is ‘confident’ Ferguson's will be saved.

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22 Aug 2014 15:30 • Russell Steele

Easdales withdraw bid for Ferguson's

GREENOCK bus firm bosses Sandy and James Easdale have pulled out of a move for Ferguson's shipyard.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 08:30 • Lorraine Tinney

Disabled OAP would rather be jailed than ‘pay to park at home’

A DISABLED pensioner says he would rather go to jail than pay to park outside his home.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 12:00

Crystal clear for cruise ship passengers in Inverclyde

PASSENGERS on board Crystal Symphony enjoyed a clear day as the ship visited Inverclyde yesterday.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 11:30

Gourock supermarket picks hospice as charity partner

A GOUROCK supermarket has adopted Ardgowan Hospice as its local charity partner for the next year.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 11:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Greenock sisters were starstruck on Saturday Night Takeaway show

TWO Greenock sisters were left starstruck when they met one of the country’s best loved entertainers.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 10:00 • David Goodwin

Woman stamped on man’s head

A FEMALE thug who repeatedly stamped on a man’s head as her boyfriend punched him in a brazen daylight attack has been warned she is facing prison.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 09:30

Port man with head injuries in USA is named

A PORT Glasgow man who suffered serious head injuries while overseas on work business in America has been named by U.S police as Robert Hurrell.

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Subscribers Only 23 Aug 2014 09:00 • Eric Baxter

Ferry to be brought back to route in a bid to prevent cancellations

A BIGGER ferry is to be brought back to the Gourock to Dunoon town centres route again this winter to try to prevent cancellations in bad weather.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 15:00 • Paul John Coulter

Gourock mum's triathlon challenge for charity

A GOUROCK mum is ready to test herself to the limit in a gruelling triathlon to raise money for research into the cruel disease which claimed her husband’s life.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 14:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Greenock pensioners welcome captain's visit for WW1 anniversary

A RETIRED army captain went on a special visit to meet Greenock pensioners as part of the First World war anniversary commemorations.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 14:00 • Russell Steele

£1b grant is great deal for Inverclyde

INVERCLYDE has officially signed up to the giant £1 billion ‘city deal’ scheme which will deliver key local projects and 1,500 jobs for the area.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 13:00 • Lorraine Tinney

Auchmountain Resource Centre plays host to family fun day with special guest

EASTENDERS enjoyed a fabulous family fun day at Auchmountain Resource Centre.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 13:00 • Lorraine Tinney

Greenock pub locked up after customers 'drink it dry'

THERE are fears that last orders have been called on a well-established Greenock pub.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 13:00 • Russell Steele

Bosses: ‘£5.5m Greenock school upgrade project is progressing well’

EDUCATION bosses say the £5.5 million project to upgrade a primary school in Greenock’s west end is progressing well.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 11:30 • David Goodwin

Man is charged with lifting child in Port Tesco aisle

A MAN lifted up a stranger’s two-year-old child in a Port supermarket and then walked off with the toddler, it is alleged.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 11:30

Docherty appeals against conviction

THE former soldier who murdered Elaine Doyle has formally lodged an appeal against his conviction.

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Subscribers Only 22 Aug 2014 11:00 • Paul John Coulter

Tycoon’s bid to save Ferguson’s shipyard

ONE of Scotland’s richest men has today emerged as a frontrunner to take over at Ferguson’s shipyard and save the jobs of 70 axed staff.

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Subscribers Only 21 Aug 2014 15:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Port athlete aims for Commonwealth Games glory after victories

A RISING Port Glasgow athlete has set his sights on Commonwealth Games glory after winning a string of national competitions.

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