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Proposed closure of EE Greenock call centre Comment from Council Leader Stephen McCabe on the announcement by EE of its intentions to close its Greenock contact centre.
Have your say on Council Tax and £3m savings proposals Residents are being encouraged to have their say on a range of council budget saving proposals worth almost £3 million that could result in the loss of 70 jobs.
Former Gourock Swimming Club donate trophies to museum A collection of memorabilia has been handed over to the Watt Institution
New food project is growing places The Invergrow project aims to increase the number of food growing schemes across Inverclyde by supporting community-based voluntary groups to develop small and large growing spaces.
Improving British Sign Language in Inverclyde Share your views on the Council's proposed new British Sign Language (BSL) Plan 2024/30.
Work starts on new active travel route through Gourock train station The new path will continue the National Cycle Network Route 75 through the station
Care at Home inspection success The service has maintained its level 5 'Very Good' rating after an unannounced inspection in November 2023
Inverclyde Independent Retailers Growth Programme A programme being delivered by Inverclyde Council and supported by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund aimed at indepdendent retailers to offer practical and financial support to help businesses grow.
New road brings new opportunities to James Watt Dock A new 200-metre road has been built linking Greenock's James Watt Dock with Garvel Island and the Great Harbour to open up space for future development.