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Margaret Fleming Significant Case Review published An independent inquiry into the circumstances leading to the death of Margaret Fleming has been published today, Wednesday 18 October 2023, with a series of wide-ranging recommendations being proposed.
Library service books place at national awards final The service is in the running for the ‘Service Excellence’ prize at the 2023 Scottish Library & Information Council (SLIC) Awards.
Council leader up for national award Councillor Stephen McCabe has been named as a finalist in the ‘Leader of the Year’ category at the 2023 LGIU Scotland and CCLA annual Cllr Awards.
Breakfast boost for families Free cereal and milk will be given out to members of Inverclyde's Zero Waste Pantries
Jobs fair works well 430 people and nearly 30 employers attended the Inverclyde Jobs Fair on Friday 6 October 2023.
Amber weather warning for rain An Amber weather warning for severe and prolonged rain has been issued by the Met Office covering Inverclyde from 3am on Saturday 7 October 2023 until 6am on Sunday 8 October 2023.
Inverclyde’s homelessness service has been nominated for six national housing awards The service has a focus on early intervention and prevention.
Council honours Greenock-born Gothenburg great Greenock-born Gothenburg great John McMaster who famously won the European Cup Winners’ Cup with Aberdeen is to be honoured by Inverclyde Council.
Support for fire and rescue service campaign Councillors have thrown their weight behind a campaign against cuts to the fire and rescue service.
Osprey breeding success at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park in Inverclyde Since the first chick was born in 2018, there have been 11 confirmed chicks born and raised in Inverclyde, with another one born this summer.