A GARAGE worker suffered serious leg injuries in an accident in Greenock this morning. | Click for more
A QUICK-thinking teenager tackled a bin blaze at Port Glasgow town centre church. | Click for more
A 42-YEAR-old man has appeared at Greenock Sheriff Court charged with attempted murder. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE businessman Sandy Easdale has won an online defamation case against Greenock community activist John Houston. Mr Houston, pictured, has been ordered to pay £200,000 in damages. He said he was unable to comment publicly on the case today. | Click for more
PLANNING officials say "there is a case" for increasing the amount of land that can be developed for housing at the former IBM site at Spango Valley, Greenock. | Click for more
TWO cars were badly damaged when they collided in Greenock this afternoon (Monday). | Click for more
ALMOST £2million is to be spent on improvements in Greenock town centre. | Click for more
A £2MILLION programme of road repairs in Inverclyde has been agreed by councillors. | Click for details
A SPRING and end-of-season plant sale is being held at Kilmacolm Cross, outside the library and Cargill Centre, on Saturday 22 April between 10am and noon. Entry is free and donations are welcome. Proceeds will go to Parklea Branching Out and Scotland's Gardens beneficiaries.
INVERCLYDE councillors have been warned of "issues" that may affect the costs and timescale of the iconic shipbuilding sculpture being built for a prominent Port Glasgow roundabout. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE Council and Inverclyde Royal Hospital have announced details of the district's annual baby remembrance service. | Click for more
PERMISSION has been given for construction of a two-bedroom bungalow on a gap site beside 77 Dougliehill Terrace, Port Glasgow. The application was approved by Inverclyde Council planning department.
PERMISSION has been given for part of a former joinery workshop in Gourock to be used as a dance studio. | Click for more
EMERGENCY services were dispatched to a report of a man in his 20s who was unwell in a wooded area in fields near Pladda Avenue, Port Glasgow around 9.15 on Friday. A number ambulance and police crews attended and located the man who was taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital.
LOCAL referee Brian McNellis's dedication to football is being recognised tonight as he has been appointed fourth official in the senior schoolboy international match being played at Cappielow, Greenock. | Click for more
GREENOCK Otters competed in the West Regional Championships, winning 25 medals. | Click for more
AMBITIOUS plans for a distillery mark the latest chapter in the colourful 600-year history of Ardgowan Estate, which has links to Pocahontas and King Robert the Bruce. Its owner Sir Ludovic Shaw-Stewart is looking forward to the first dram. | Click for more
THE 2nd Port Glasgow Band again triumphed in the Glasgow Battalion Bands Contest. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE Council is proposing one-way traffic on Mathie Crescent, Gourock. Under the plan, vehicles would only be able to enter Mathie Crescent from its junction with George Road at the Larkfield Road side.
THE Board of River Clyde Homes has confirmed that the rent increase for 2017/18 will be restricted to the rate of inflation although other charges will rise by more. | Click for more
POLICE are investigating theft of a white Kia Sportage car overnight in Braeside, Greenock. | Click for more