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Disappointment at ferry contract announcement Inverclyde Council leader has expressed disappointment that Port Glasgow’s Ferguson Marine has not been shortlisted for new ferry contracts.
Three unions to ballot workers over strike Three trades unions have formally announced their intention to ballot members for possible strike action over pay.
Let’s talk about mental health and suicide People are also being urged to look out for family, friends or colleagues who might not seem themselves ahead of World Suicide Prevention Day on Friday 10 September 2021.
Learn online for free AN online learning platform has been launched offering residents the chance to pick up skills in everything from fraud prevention to money management for free.
Recycle Week 2021 Ahead of Recycle Week on Monday 20 September 2021, householders are being encouraged to rinse and recycle empty bottles of detergents and hand sanitisers following a surge in the use of cleaning products during the coronavirus pandemic.
Women’s safety survey launched Women and girls in Inverclyde are being encouraged to have their say on their safety when out and about across the area.
Recruitment event is working out Job hunters can find out more about dozens of posts currently available across Inverclyde at a recruitment fair taking place this week.
New putting green is stroke of genius Hopes are high that a new putting green in Kilmacolm will prove a stroke of genius following investment by Inverclyde Council.
Peatland restoration study A STUDY into peatland restoration in Inverclyde to help reduce harmful carbon emissions will be carried out following a successful bid by the council.