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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But more than a year on, the old 314s are still run on the Inverclyde line, which travels through Greenock and Paisley into the country's busiest station, Glasgow Central.
It is the second phase of a PS2.5m road realignment project for Inverclyde Council.
"Armed Forces Day brings the communities of Inverclyde and Renfrewshire together to pay our respects to those who have served, and to recognise those who currently serve in our name.
Inverclyde provost Martin Brennan said of the group: "I am sure they'll have a huge amount of fun over coming years."
For the past 10 years there have been 775 registered births a year in Inverclyde, with an average of 14 sets of twins starting primary school every year.
When the bell rings to begin the new term in the area today, there will be a total of 80 sets of twins in Inverclyde primary schools.
"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.
An Inverclyde Council spokesman said the vessel will set sail once the rigorous treatment process is completed successfully.
Inverclyde Council's environment and regeneration convener Councillor Michael McCormick said:"I am delighted the new memorial has been completed in plenty of time to mark the centenary of the end of World War One.
"It really is Inverclyde's jewel in the crown," said Andrew Bowman, head of business investment and operations at Riverside Inverclyde, the organisation behind the economic regeneration of Inverclyde.
Calum, a member of the three-man Inverclyde Fly Fishers squad, netted the top individual bag to help his club into the semi-finals and book himself a berth in the finale of the parallel competition, the Champion of Champions.