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Charting a Clydeside shipyard artist and his helper
In 1940, a small, bespectacled, eccentric English artist was sent to paint the Clydeside shipyards and the men who worked there - and a small, tough, 20-year-old welder on 2.50 a week was told to help him.
War memorial name tribute
The name of a former Rathfriland man who died serving in the First World War is to be added to a War Memorial.
Man held over bookmakers armed raid
A 29-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an armed robbery at a bookmakers in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde.
Armed robbery at bookmakers
The masked man demanded cash as he threatened a 56-year-old woman working at the Ladrokes Bookmakers in Dubbs Road, Port Glasgow with a weapon.
Glasgow promotes new look, but deprivation festers
Showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined Glasgow's River Clyde.
Dying cancer patient told she had trapped nerve
A WOMAN who was told her severe pain was caused by trapped nerves criticised doctors yesterday after being diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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Scotland's best chippy honoured as huband-and-wife team celebrate award
Sex scandal teacher Bernadette Smith pleads not guilty to allegations she failed to sign on as a sex offender at her local police station THE 35-year-old married mother-of-three was found guilty of sexual activity with Bannockburn High School pupil Gary Ralston.
Shopfitting firm aiming to grow
AGM Group, the Port Glasgow-based interiors and maintenance specialist, has declared its ambition to expand into the north of England and Northern Ireland as it projects turnover to lift by 14% to 1.6 million in the year to the end of March.