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Parking charges and changes to electric vehicle restrictions Changes will come into effect from Monday 3 October 2022.
First direct China-Scotland container service arrives at Greenock Ocean Terminal Greenock Ocean Terminal is the port for the first-ever direct container service connecting China and Scotland.
Power cut affecting services (Friday 26 August 2022) The PA15 and surrounding areas of Greenock are currently affected.
Council secures £12k hospice donation Council staff at Greenock Crematorium have secured £12,000 for Ardgowan Hospice from the Institute of Cemetery and Crematorium Management (ICCM) through its recycling of metals scheme.
Class act for nearly 50 new teachers Inverclyde Council has welcomed 48 newly-qualified teachers (NQTs) on board for the start of term on Thursday.
Payments system disruption The council's payments system, including online and telephone services, will be unavailable on Wednesday 17 August 2022 from 9.30am-2pm for essential maintenance.
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.