This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Consultation set to take place on Catholic education Councillors have agreed to changes to a popular high school intake and to carry out a consultation to find out the views of the community on future needs to Catholic education in the area.
Staff get flu jab to protect front line services Health professionals and social care staff are queuing up to get their flu vaccines to make sure services for the sick, elderly and vulnerable aren't affected this winter.
Inverclyde nurseries are ‘very good’ - official Inverclyde nursery and early learning services are among the best in Scotland, a report has revealed.
More to do after pioneering 10 year anti knife campaign Marking a decade of anti-knife education and action in Scotland.
Plans to mark 16 days The 16 days of activism to eliminate violence against women runs every year across the world from the 25 November (The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women) to 10 December (Human Rights Day).
400 home care staff trained to spot fire danger signs Over 400 staff have received training from the Scottish Fire & Rescue Service (SFRS) on how to spot the danger signs when visiting elderly and vulnerable people.
£250,000 play park investment Play area pandemonium is about to break out with £250,000 being spent over the next two years on new equipment, fencing and surfaces.
Crime busting cameras go live A new £200,000 network of crime-busting CCTV cameras went live across Inverclyde on Monday 28 October.
Council report reveals potential cost of No Deal Brexit A No Deal Brexit could add an extra £1.1million to the cost of council services and is likely to have a significant negative impact on people on low incomes.
Audit Scotland gives council’s 2018/19 accounts a clean bill of health Audit Scotland has given the council’s 2018/19 accounts a clean bill of health and praised the authority for its work to close the gender pay gap and the poverty related attainment gap - work described as ‘sector leading and life changing’.