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12 sets of similar siblings starting school in ‘Twinverclyde’ A dozen pairs of ‘similar siblings’ will begin primary one on Thursday 18 August 2022 in the area which has become known as ‘Twinverclyde’ for its high rate of twins.
Star musician turning up the volume at the library this weekend Musician Hamish Hawke will be turning up the volume at Greenock Central Library on Sunday 14 August 2022 from 2.30pm.
Reservoir repairs starting Reservoir 4 off the Greenock Cut has been drained and fish removed to allow for essential repairs starting on Thursday 11 August 2022 for approximately four weeks.
Inverclyde pupils make the grade The results are in for young people across Inverclyde after receiving their exam results this morning.
Council commits to workplace equality pledge The local authority is taking part in the Equally Safe at Work accreditation programme run by charity Close the Gap.
Work starting on £200k playpark Inverclyde Council is investing a six-figure sum on the new children’s play facility at Lunderston Bay in Gourock.
Plea over £20m council funding crisis Council leader Stephen McCabe has delivered a stark warning to the Scottish Government about the funding crisis facing local authorities with an estimated £20 million budget gap looming in Inverclyde alone.
Comment on latest drug deaths figures Statement on the figures published today by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) which show 16 people died from drug-related deaths in Inverclyde in 2021 – down from 33 in 2020.
Dunrod Road closure Dunrod Road will close to all traffic between Majeston and Shielhill Farm at 10.30pm on Thursday 28 July 2022.
Route back on track after £75k upgrade Mirren Shore has reopened following improvement works by the council.