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  • Police probe after break-in

    POLICE are appealing for information after the Scottish Gas building on Angus Road in Greenock was broken into. Officers say someone forced entry to the premises overnight Monday into Tuesday. The property sustained some damage during the incident

  • Gymnastic classes for toddlers

    TWISTERS Gymnastics Academy are offering free 'Toddling Tigers' classes. Youngsters will take part in group exercises led by trained coaches and learn co-ordination and small motor skills. This will be followed by time on the beams, foam pits

  • Community centre upgrade to be completed shortly

    WORK to upgrade a Greenock community centre should be completed later this month. Councillor Tommy McVey has welcomed the news that the revamped Grieve Road Community Centre should be finished this week. He told the Telegraph: "Council officers

  • MSP hits out at UK Government over foodbank figures

    INVERCLYDE'S MSP has criticised the UK Government after figures revealed soaring foodbank demand over the last five years. Stuart McMillan says urgent help is needed. He said: “It’s time for the UK Government to take real, tangible action to

  • Coffee morning on at church

    GREENOCK Baptist Church is hosting a coffee morning, craft fair and car wash on Saturday from 10.30am-3.30pm. People will get the chance to browse stalls selling hand-crafted goods and members of Inverclyde Shed will be there. Money raised

  • Lunchtime show at Greenock venue

    THEATRE fans can enjoy a bite of some drama at the Beacon at lunchtime on Monday. Rapture Theatre is bringing its Rapture Bites 2022 tour to the arts centre with a performance of A Number by Caryl Churchill. The hour-long play, which starts

  • Shop shows its support for Greenock community project

    A GREENOCK east end newsagent is showing their support for a community garden project. McCormick's has been busy fundraising for Belville Community Garden. The funds raised will now go towards helping their activities which support the local

  • Aldi and Lidl: What's in the middle aisles from Thursday May 19

    The middle aisle of both Aldi and Lidl are popular with shoppers keen to find a bargain on anything from gardening tools to clothing. Whether it’s Aldi’s Specialbuys or Lidl’s Middle of Lidl, the latest offers are always worth checking out and

  • Teenage boy attacked by group of youths

    A TEENAGE boy was attacked by a group of youths in Port Glasgow. The 15-year-old male was set upon by a gang near Highholm Avenue at around 8pm on Monday. The teenager did not sustain any serious injuries in attack, which police say appears

  • Greenock Players bringing Broadway to the Beacon

    GREENOCK Players are 'Stepping Out' at the Beacon this month. The toe-tapping West End and Broadway hit by Richard Harris is sure to raise a laugh with audiences as it is brought to the stage locally. The show is about a group of social misfits

  • ELIZABETH HAGGARTY

    HAGGARTY Elizabeth Peacefully at Kincaid House on Sunday 15th May 2022, Elizabeth (Betty), beloved wife of the late Charles (Charlie) Haggarty, loving mum to Andrew, Scott and Elizabeth, much loved gran of Louise, Emily, Carly, Jamie and Libby. Funeral

  • MARTIN WEBSTER

    WEBSTER Suddenly, on 6th May 2022, Martin, loving and much loved son, husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle who will be forever loved and always missed. Funeral Service will be held at Greenock Crematorium on Thursday 26th May at 2pm. The funeral