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Shipbuilders statue to light up in support of Ukraine The lighting will take place this evening, Friday 24 February 2023, on the first anniversary of the conflict.
A8 Greenock - Vital flood alleviation works delayed A8 Greenock - Vital flood alleviation works delayed. Update from Scottish Water.
Port Glasgow Library closing for maintenance work The branch is due to close on Friday 24 February 2023 at 5pm and reopen on Monday 27 February 2023 at 12pm.
Calls to protect workers and their right to strike Workers and their right to strike must be protected in the face of new legislation being proposed by the UK Government, according to councillors.
Opposition to GP out of hours service reduction Councillors have opposed a reduction in the local GP out of hours service and called for a full public consultation over any potential permanent changes.
Inverclyde shortlisted for best UK council Inverclyde Council has been named as a finalist in the Council of the Year category at the prestigious LGC Awards 2023 and is the only Scottish council in contention.
Adult protection day National Adult Protection Awareness day on 20th February is aimed at drawing attention to the risk of physical, psychological, financial or sexual harm for some adults who may be unable to safeguard themselves.
Lift off for £33k outdoor gym and play park It's lift off for a new outdoor gym and extended children’s play park in Port Glasgow thanks to investment of £33,000 by Inverclyde Council.
Make a difference to Inverclyde – join the Citizens’ Panel Residents are being encouraged to help make a difference to Inverclyde by joining the Citizens’ Panel.
Traffic Restrictions on A8 Greenock for Two Weeks From Monday 27 February for approximately two weeks, a short section of the A8 between Douglas Rae Road and Pottery Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction for Scottish Water works.