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Local residents invited to shape the future of their communities Local residents are being invited to get involved with setting priorities and planning how council and health and social care services are delivered in their area.
Call for GERS dividend for councils Inverclyde council leader is calling for an end to cuts to local government budgets after Scottish Government figures revealed that the economy grew by £3bn.
James Watt Commemorative tartan on sale Merchandise featuring the newly created James Watt Commemorative tartan is now on sale.
Greenock parking consultation starts Monday 26 August Greenock residents are being given the chance to have their say on whether or not drivers should have to display a parking disc in the town centre.
Nine secure jobs through the recruit Nine young people secured jobs with at the final of Inverclyde Council’s innovative ‘The Recruit’ programme, which celebrated its thirteenth year.
Twinverclyde hits the hundred for the new school year Primary school teachers are in for a tough time this term with 16 sets of twins starting their first day of school.
Comment on the nationalisation of Ferguson Marine Council leader comments on news that Ferguson Marine in Port Glasgow is being taken into public ownership.
Minister on building standards fact finding mission Kevin Stewart MSP, Minister for Local Government, Housing & Planning visited two construction sites in Inverclyde.
Inverclyde to mark VE Day and May Day in 2020 Inverclyde councillors have agreed to keep the May Day public holiday in 2020 and to commemorate VE Day on Friday 8 May.