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31 Aug 2015 10:00 • Russell Steele

Ferguson's lands massive £97m ferry contract

FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon is at Ferguson's this morning - to announce that the shipyard has won a crucial £97m ferry order.
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29 Aug 2015 17:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Greenock mum says daughter is 'lucky to be alive' after being knocked down

A RELIEVED mum says her daughter is ‘lucky to be alive’ after she was hit by a car in Greenock.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 17:00 • Paul John Coulter

Joy at Ferguson's £97m order

FERGUSON’S has won a massive £97 million contract to build two new ferries — a deal which will more than DOUBLE the size of the workforce at the Port Glasgow yard.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 17:00

Flat fire sparks emergency

A TOP floor flat in Port Glasgow was set on fire — sparking a massive emergency operation.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 16:00 • Eric Baxter

Thumbs up for care home

SHELTERED housing run by River Clyde Homes (RCH) has been given the thumbs-up by the Care Inspectorate, the independent scrutiny and improvement body for care services in Scotland.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 15:00 • Susan Lochrie

New teachers strikes the note

A MUSICAL maestro has come home to pass on his passion to pupils at his old school.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 14:00

Thousands of Inverclyde jobs secured

THOUSANDS of people working at HM Naval Base on the Clyde, including many from Inverclyde, have had their jobs secured by new funding from the UK Government.
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Subscribers Only 1 Sep 2015 12:35 • David Goodwin

Win £100 every week as Tele bingo launches

HOUSE about this — bingo lovers are in for a real tickety-boo treat as the Tele teams up with Greenock’s Mecca hall to bring you a host of lucky numbers games.
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1 Sep 2015 06:00

Appeal over attempted murder

DETECTIVES investigating an attempted murder in Greenock are appealing for a potential witness to come forward.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 17:00 • Susan Lochrie

Baby's fight against '1 in 50,000' illness

A BRAVE baby boy who nearly died from a rare and complex illness is battling back against all the odds.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 16:00

Roads to be closed

TWO roads in Kilmacolm are to be partially closed to allow bridge strengthening work to take place.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 15:00 • David Goodwin

Alarm at hospital after lout's 'outrageous behaviour'

A THREATENING lout who shouted foul-mouthed abuse at an Inverclyde Royal medic before deliberately triggering the hospital’s fire alarm is today behind bars for his ‘outrageous behaviour’.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 14:00

Scam letter warning to locals

SCAM letters have been sent out inviting Inverclyde people to phone the ‘Euromillions People’s International Postcode Lottery’ to claim alleged winnings.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 13:00 • Paul John Coulter

Taskforce's QE2 mission

AUTHORITIES in Dubai are being asked to provide a ‘clear picture’ of the condition of the QE2 by leading figures who are attempting to bring her to Greenock.
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Subscribers Only 31 Aug 2015 13:00 • Paul John Coulter

QE2 taskforce look for update on vessel

AUTHORITIES in Dubai are being asked to provide a ‘clear picture’ of the condition of the QE2 by leading figures who are attempting to bring her to Greenock.
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29 Aug 2015 15:00 • Lorraine Tinney

Volunteers work together to help grow east end garden

A GROUNDFORCE team whose organisation helped to sow the seeds of an east end oasis got stuck in to help it grow.
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29 Aug 2015 14:00

1,331 receive help to pay ‘bedroom tax’ in Inverclyde

MORE than a thousand Inverclyde people have received help to cope with the so-called ‘bedroom tax’.
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29 Aug 2015 11:00 • Paul John Coulter

McColl's five-year plan for jobs boom at Port yard

FERGUSON’S boss Jim McColl has revealed the yard could employ up to 1,300 people — 10 times its current workforce — within five years.
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28 Aug 2015 17:00 • David Goodwin

Teen ‘used brick to kill Michael Mearns’

GREENOCK Cemetery alleged murder victim Michael Mearns was killed by a brick-wielding attacker, it is claimed by Crown prosecutors.
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28 Aug 2015 16:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Gourock dad to push disabled son round 13-mile race for charity

A DEVOTED Gourock dad will push his disabled son round a 13-mile race course as part of a marathon charity mission.
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28 Aug 2015 15:30

Riverside Youth Band's invite for new members

YOUNGSTERS are invited to hit the high notes at a local brass band’s free taster day tomorrow.
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28 Aug 2015 15:00 • Rosemary Lowne

Athletes go to great lengths for Gourock charity swim

SWIMMERS from across Scotland went off the deep end as they swapped a good night’s sleep for an overnight dip at Gourock Outdoor Pool.
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28 Aug 2015 14:30

George gets Greenock crossing sorted

GREENOCK traffic lights have been improved after a partially sighted pensioner had problems crossing the road.
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27 Aug 2015 17:15 • Russell Steele

Teen in court on Michael Mearns murder charge

A TEENAGER has appeared in court charged with the murder of Greenock man Michael Mearns.
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27 Aug 2015 17:00 • Lorraine Tinney

Cancer all-clear is goal-den moment for brave Port girl's family

A GOAL-DEN girl is celebrating getting the all-clear from cancer.
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