This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Traffic disruption expected The Council has called on the national transport agency responsible for the trunk road network across Scotland to get its act together over roadworks on the A78.
Great get together in June 2019 The council is offering support of up to £350 for groups and individuals organising events as part of 'The Great Get Together' on 21-23 June 2019.
URGENT Fire warning for tumble dryer owners Some models of Hotpoint, Indesit, Creda, Swan and Proline tumble dryers can catch fire and should be returned to the manufacturer.
Inverclyde launches Scotland’s first autism friendly library service The council has launched Scotland's first autism friendly library service.
Join the great get together The council is offering funding to local groups to join the ‘Great Get Together’ as part of a celebration of the life of Jo Cox MP on 21 – 23 June 2019.
Council signs up with BorrowBox mobile phone e-book app Book lovers can now pocket their local library after the council signed up with the BorrowBox app which gives local residents to access thousands of e-books and e-audiobooks.
Fake call centres in India target local residents with ‘BT’ security scam Fake call centres in India are targeting local people with lies that their Internet connection will be cut off.
Vote Tele The Greenock Telegraph's 'show some heart' campaign has been shortlisted for the Journalism Matters Regional Campaign of the Year Award, which will be decided by a public vote...
International games sees Polish champion for 4th year Polish-born athlete scoops the top prize in the Gourock Highland Games events for the fourth year in a row with Scottish Power Pipe Band winning the grade 1 band competition.
West Blackhall Street evening consultation event, Cafe Balfe, 16 May, 4 - 7.30pm Inverclyde residents are being given another chance to have their say on plans to transform West Blackhall Street at a public consultation in Café Balfe from 4 - 7.30pm on 16 May.
Road works start Mon 27 May at Greenock Cemetery for 2 weeks Road works start on the main driveway inside Greenock Cemetery, South Street, on Monday 27 May. They are expected to take two weeks.