Inverclyde


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Inverclyde

(ˌɪnvəˈklaɪd)
n
(Placename) 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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The rail operator introduced the Class 314s - built 40 years ago in York - as a stopgap in Inverclyde while new trains were diverted elsewhere for driver training.
HELENSBURGH-based contractor Stewart and Shields is expected to complete a PS1.6m design-and-build construction contract for a food and drink incubator this spring for Inverclyde's economic redevelopment organisation, Riverside Inverclyde.
Serving troops, veterans and their families will join the provosts of Renfrewshire and Inverclyde, as well as the Lord-Lieutenant of Renfrewshire Guy Clark, to mark Armed Forces Day with a service in Paisley Abbey tomorrow.
They bring the total number of sets of twins being taught in the Inverclyde Council region to 164.
It means 164 sets of twins will now be taught in the Inverclyde Council region, leading some locals to believe there is "something in the water".
MANY Scots schools go back this week and our story about 15 sets of twins starting classes in Inverclyde got readers talking.
Summary: Labour has held on to the Westminster seat of Inverclyde in its first real test since the party's defeat in the Scottish elections.
The former prime minister claimed the SNP government had slashed regeneration funds for Inverclyde as he hit the Labour campaign trail.
However they are willing to allow them in order to provide additional reassurance for Inverclyde Council's Environmental Services Department and future passengers.
"It is particularly relevant that Inverclyde Council - to its great credit - chose the centenary of the ending of the First WorldWar to create this new monument to local lives that were lost."