THE Old Men's Club in Port Glasgow are celebrating a £1,000 donation from the town's Tesco Extra. | Click for more
CONSTRUCTION of two ferries at Ferguson Marine, Port Glasgow is approaching a project milestone. Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited (CMAL) has also released computer images of how the completed ferries will look. | Click for more
A SET of keys, including a car key, was lost on Thursday (9 March), possibly on the 11:08am Gourock to Glasgow Central train or the 15:31 Bishopton to Gourock train, or between Gourock Station and Barrhill Road. Anyone who finds them is asked to call 07854 299 658.
INVERCLYDE Council’s fortnightly garden waste collections are resuming after the winter break. | Click for details
A 41-YEAR-old man is expected to appear at Greenock Sheriff Court today for allegedly attempting to break into shops in the Oak Mall, Greenock yesterday. Officers found the man nearby after being alerted by security at the mall.
POLICE say the current restrictions on the A8 in Greenock following a building fire will continue over the weekend. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE Council is to set up a new sub-committee with powers to refuse to register private landlords and to remove them from the Private Landlord Register. | Click for details
THREE people have been arrested for allegedly attacking a man and stealing items from him in Greenock. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE Leisure have announced that Gourock Outdoor Pool is to open on Friday 5 May. | Click for bigger photos
INVERCLYDE AC relay teams were in action at the national indoor championships, with the boys' under-13s enjoying medal success. | Click for more
A REVISED plan, with an extra flat, has been submitted for a residential development beside Gourock Golf Course. | Click for more
LARKFIELD Housing Association held a tenant open day to celebrate 20 years as a landlord, and ten years as a subsidiary of Link Group. | Click for more
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a major blaze that devastated a Greenock factory. | Click for more
INVERCLYDE'S Junior football teams are among groups receiving grants from Invercyde Council following decisions by councillors. | Click for more
ST Patrick's Primary's Parent Council is holding its annual fete in the newly-opened Greenock school on Saturday 18 March from 10am until 1pm. Attractions will include a bottle stall, home-baking, bouncy castle, craft stalls, hot dogs, pocket money toys and a raffle. Entry is £1 for adults (include tea/coffee and cake) and children get in free.
PORT Glasgow 2004s (Black) fought back in a match against Hillwood. | Click for more