This is the Latest news from Inverclyde Council
Local employers urged to take on workers with a disability Local companies are being encouraged to take advantage of a vast untapped pool of talent by getting involved in the DWP's Disability Confident scheme.
Litter bug hit with £80 fine A litter bug is counting the cost of dumping their take-out trash after footage of their anti-social behaviour was sent to the council by a fed-up local resident.
The Recruit 2020 - Apply Now! SECONDARY school pupils across Inverclyde have less than a week to apply for successful employability programme, The Recruit.
Norwegian dignitaries trace WW2 refugees back to Greenock NORWEGIAN dignitaries paid a visit to Greenock to retrace the footsteps of their compatriots who sought refuge in Scotland 75 years ago during World War Two.
Council set to decide budget The council's budget is set to be decided at a meeting next week (Thursday 12 March).
Free International Women's Day celebration event at the Beacon Arts Centre WOMEN will take centre stage at the Beacon Arts Centre on Thursday night at a free event to celebrate International Women’s Day 2020.
What next for out-of-hours GP services in Inverclyde? CALLS for clarity over the long-term future of out-of-hours services in Inverclyde have been made by the leader of the council.
Backing for capital fund call Scotland’s Council leaders have called on additional funding, reversal of cuts and restoration of £117m capital funding for councils.