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Inverclyde HSCP launches public engagement to find £5.2m The partnership faces a significant budget gap for the first time and needs to save £5.2m over the next two years.
Leader offers Council Tax compromise The leader of Inverclyde Council has made an offer to Scotland's deputy first minister that would see a local Council Tax freeze next year.
Two-year budget and Council Tax approved Inverclyde Council has set its budget and Council Tax rates for the next two years.
Council unites against EE closure plans Councillors united in their opposition to plans by telecommunications company EE to close its Greenock base and move nearly 450 staff to Glasgow.
Keep Inverclyde clean appeal Volunteers who give up their time to keep Inverclyde clean and tidy have been praised by the council ahead of local and national litter-pick events.
£20m Greenock town board taking shape The new Town Board which will help direct £20 million of investment in central Greenock is taking shape with the appointment of two council figures.
More funding for groups thanks to Warm Hand of Friendship grants Another seven groups have benefitted from the lastest round of funding
Record ‘positive destinations’ for school leavers A record number of young people in Inverclyde are in work, training or continued education after finishing school.
Work is due to start to restore Customhouse Quay clock tower The public clock was built in 1860 and is category B listed
Football legend honoured Greenock football hero John McMaster who famously helped Aberdeen beat Real Madrid to lift a major European trophy has received a special award from Inverclyde Council.