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Council leader welcomes £80m City Region investment Glasgow City Region is one of two Scottish locations along with the North East selected to become an Investment Zone and share £160m of government funding.
High five as Inverclyde schools earn food award for fifth consecutive year Inverclyde Council’s catering team have achieved the Food for Life Served Here Bronze award for the fifth year in a row.
Shipbuilders sculpture launch Two of Inverclyde’s newest residents were given a warm welcome at the official launch of the striking Shipbuilders of Port Glasgow sculpture.
Huge crowds enjoy fun in the sun at the Comet Festival Huge crowds of people turned out for some fun in the sun at the 2023 Comet Festival in Port Glasgow.
Link wins three national awards The Bunston Grove housing development in Greenock, on the former Ravenscraig Hospital site, won two of the three awards.
Work starts on £1.7m community hub Work has started on a new multi-purpose facility for Parklea Branching Out within the organisation’s existing grounds.
All set for Summer Reading Challenge The annual event, which encourages children to read as many books as they can during the school holidays, officially gets underway on Saturday 24 June 2023.
20mph zones coming into force On Monday 26 June 2023, the lower speed limits will be introduced in the Cathcart Street area of Greenock and in Port Glasgow, Gourock and Kilmacolm town and villages centres.
Watt Institution closed today (Wednesday 21 June 2023) The Watt Institution will be closed today, Wednesday 21 June 2023, due to unforseen circumstances.
Call-out to ex-shipbuilders for statue launch Ex-shipyard workers are being encouraged along to Coronation Park this Saturday 24 June 2023 to formally celebrate the completion of the huge 10 metre (33 feet) tall stainless-steel figures.