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Over £11m support for business Businesses across Inverclyde have received over £11m of funding support during the covid pandemic.
Thumbs-up for £2.4m nursery project Work is continuing on an extension to Rainbow Family Centre in Port Glasgow.
Parking enforcement resuming Parking enforcement will resume across Inverclyde next month while council-owned 'pay and display' car parks will remain free until March 2022 to help boost footfall in town and village centres.
Inverclyde Public Health Alert: Potential drug deaths cluster NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has issued an important public health alert about a potential drug death cluster in Inverclyde.
Partner press release: Boost for Greenock Waterfront as plans for new public art initiative are announced The council, in collaboration with Sustrans Scotland, have announced the launch of an exciting new public art project along a well-used walking, wheeling and cycling route at Greenock Waterfront.
Make a difference to children’s lives Inverclyde Children’s Panel is on the lookout for a number of people to fill a key role to help make a positive impact to the lives of the area’s young people.
Organisations invited to bid for new fund Organisations in Inverclyde can tap into a new UK Government fund aimed at boosting economic growth which could be worth up to £3 million to the local economy.
Fire service job opportunity Females and people from an ethnic minority and members of the LGBT+ community across Inverclyde are being encouraged to find out more about joining the fire service.
Greenock Blitz 80th anniversary Commemorations have taken place to remember the 80th anniversary of the Greenock Blitz.
Scottish Parliament - Greenock and Inverclyde Constituency Declaration of results for votes cast in the election held on Thursday 6 May 2021.