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Event to celebrate International Women’s Day 2023 Almost 100 people are expected at an event in Greenock this evening, Wednesday 8 March 2023, to mark International Women’s Day 2023.
Young Greenock engineer Harley recognised at Scottish Apprenticeship Awards Young Greenock Harley Higgins engineer hailed as the ‘gold standard’ for the next generation of learners is a finalist at the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards.
Teachers strike action suspended Strike action by teachers suspended while revised pay offer is considered.
Record apprentices celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2023 A record number of modern apprentices have joined the ranks of Inverclyde Council in the past year and some have been sharing their stories to encourage others to pursue an apprenticeship.
Tribute paid to Greenock tugboat victims Provost sends condolences to the families of two men who died following a tugboat accident off the waters of Greenock.
Morton legend Allan McGraw honoured Tribute has been paid to Greenock Morton legend and former councillor Allan McGraw at a special meeting of Inverclyde Council.
2023 Council budget and Council Tax approved Inverclyde Council has approved its budget for next year.
Football leadership pilot leads the way The council’s active schools service in partnership with Morton in the Community have been trialling a football leadership programme with S5 and S6 pupils at Notre Dame High in Greenock.
People Urged to ‘Plan Ahead for the Glasgow LEZ’ The Glasgow city centre Low Emission Zone (LEZ) will be enforced from 1 June - meaning that all vehicles entering the zone area from this date must meet the less-polluting emission standards or face a penalty charge.