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21 Dec 2013 14:00
CUTE tots dressed as snowmen, shepherds and angels stepped into the spotlight for their fantastic nativity play.
21 Dec 2013 12:30
Dr David Hessayon started his expert series of gardening books back in 1958 and his very first book has sold 50 million copies in more than 50 years.
18 Dec 2013 14:30
A round-up of news from across the area...
18 Dec 2013 13:30
A LIFELINE service to help teenage mums will be introduced in Inverclyde next year.
18 Dec 2013 11:30
VOLUNTEERS from RoyalHeart Greyhound Rescue braved last Saturday’s terrible weather to fundraise in Greenock town centre – and collected £227.
18 Dec 2013 11:00
THE amount of money owed by Inverclyde people to so-called payday loan firms is rocketing, according to alarming new figures.
17 Dec 2013 12:00
PORT Glasgow Victoria fighter Grant Quigley won the western district’s title with a knockout performance at Glasgow’s Marriott Hotel.
11 Dec 2013 12:00
SEVEN Gourock businesses have been targeted by fraudsters passing fake £20 notes over the counter.
28 Nov 2013 14:00 • Paul John Coulter
CALLS have been made for timings to be changed at traffic lights so that elderly and disabled people have enough time to cross the road.
27 Nov 2013 09:30
View from the dealing floor at IG. Find out more about financial spread betting at IG. The recently privatised Royal Mail has reported a half-yearly pre-tax profit of £233 million, up from £94 million in the same period last year. Contributing to this is a rise in revenue from its parcel business and a one-off windfall from its pension reform.
19 Nov 2013 15:30
A PORT firm has landed a £300,000 refurbishment contract and taken on two extra workers.
19 Nov 2013 14:00
THREE Inverclyde Amateur Swimming Club (IASC) swimmers have been chosen to participate in a development training programme run by Scottish Swimming.
13 Nov 2013 14:00
THE care manager of Sir Gabriel Wood’s Mariners’ Home in Greenock received a special presentation this week to mark 30 years of service.
7 Nov 2013 12:00
As we travel through life, there are those inevitable milestones that act as road signs, reassuring us that we are travelling in the right direction. Birthdays, graduation, saying ‘I do’ – these fundamental pit stops are all a vital part of our human journey. But how do we mark these milestones? According to a new book The Auto Biography, and over 80% of AA members, we do it by changing our cars.
4 Nov 2013 14:32 • Eddie Embleton
Today’s retirees are adventurous, cultured and aspirational. And thanks to the house-price booms of recent years, many homes provide retirees with a valuable asset that can be used to fund their life in retirement.
18 Oct 2013 12:00
Two teams of junior curlers based in Inverclyde, and all members of the Waterfront Junior Curling Club, were entered in the Asham under-14 slam competition.
15 Oct 2013 12:00
CLYDE travelled to Craigholm School for their major league encounter against Paisley rivals St Mirren.
15 Oct 2013 09:00
Whinhill Golf Club recently held the finals for the seven matchplay competitions held throughout the 2013 season.
14 Oct 2013 10:50
AN IMPRESSIVE Algarve showing saw Greenock golf star Chris Doak edge closer to retaining his European Tour card.
8 Oct 2013 14:00
CURLERS’ Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning event was preceded by a ‘Coffee’ n Curl’ conducted by the Waterfront Junior Curling Club recently at the Waterfront Leisure Complex.