Inverclyde


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Inverclyde

a council area of W central Scotland: created in 1996 from part of Strathclyde region. Administrative centre: Greenock. Pop.: 83 050 (2003 est.). Area: 162 sq. km (63 sq. miles)
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Inverclyde is a market leading manufacturer of high quality
Labour's fightback has started right here in Inverclyde - my hometown.
He said: "Not only did they impose a massive 60 per cent cut in regeneration funds for Inverclyde at the same time as increasing it in other areas but the SNP candidate actually voted for it as an MSP for Glasgow.
Based at Royal Mail's Inverclyde delivery office, she recognised Jean's name when sorting through the piles of Christmas post.
The man was taken to Inverclyde Royal Hospital in Greenock after the crash and was later transferred to Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
A spokesman for Inverclyde Council said, 'We were impressed at what we saw at Green Lane and the visit certainly sparked our imagination.
An Inverclyde Council spokesman said the vessel will set sail once the rigorous treatment process is completed successfully.
The Inverclyde Council is a local government authority that works in partnership with communities, investors and volunteer organizations to provide effective, efficient and flexible services to the more than 85,000 people domiciled within a 60-square mile radius of the southern edge of the River Clyde.
A spokesman for Inverclyde Council said: "A serious incident occurred this morning involving a fourth-year pupil.
The party is defending a majority of 14,416 in the Westminster seat of Inverclyde, which was held by former Scotland Office minister David Cairns MP until his death aged 44 last month.
Councillor Iain McKenzie, 52, will stand in the Inverclyde contest.
LABOUR activists in David Cairns' Inverclyde constituency have reacted furiously to his attack on the Prime Minister.