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Timely success for Gourock clock makers at national awards CLOCK-making Gourock secondary school students are enjoying some timely success after scooping two honours at a national business competition.
Recycling centre visitors waste no time ONE vehicle every minute visited Inverclyde’s main recycling centre after it reopened for the first time in nearly 10 weeks.
Lockdown easing - please stick to the rules PEOPLE in Inverclyde are being urged to maintain social distancing after Scotland entered the first stage of easing lockdown.
Warm welcome for new high school pupils SECONDARY schools in Inverclyde are ensuring new-starts who missed out on their induction because of the coronavirus lockdown are still being given a warm welcome.
Parenting scheme to help ease family lockdown stress Local families are being offered access to a proven parenting programme to help tackle lockdown arguments, anger and anxiety between parents, carers and children.
Final preparations for recycling centre reopening PREPARATIONS are being finalised ahead of the reopening of Inverclyde’s largest recycling centre on Monday.
A school hug from home PRIMARY pupils in Greenock have joined forces to give each other a great big hug – from the safety of their own homes.
National award countdown for Gourock clock makers TIME is running out to vote for clock-making Gourock secondary pupils to be crowned Scottish business champions.
Peak performance – 20 new jobs set for Port Glasgow AN international science and engineering company is opening up its second Inverclyde base and developing at least 20 new jobs.