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All the latest News from around the YOUR Radio Area:


A 29 year old man who was attacked by a number of men armed with a sword has been treated at the IRH for multiple cuts to his face.

The intruders forced their way into the man's flat in South Street in Greenock at around 10pm last night. (Monday 16/10)

Detectives are appealing for witnesses who saw people running from the scene or a vehicle leaving the area at speed to contact them on 101.



 SEPA have cancelled their flood warnings for the Dumbarton and Helensburgh coastal areas after the overnight bad weather did not result in the predicted storm surge which could have caused major flooding throughout the area. 



Police in Clydebank are looking for a woman who has been reported missing since Saturday

47 year old Karen Brown from Kirkwood Ave, Clydebank, was due to go to her work at a supermarket in Clydebank on Saturday morning but did not turn up. 

She is described as white, about 5 ft 6inches in height, of medium build, with collar length brown hair and has hazel eyes. 

Police have been speaking to family, friends and colleagues, checking CCTV,r and specialist search officers are currently at her home and around the route between there and her work to try and find her. 

Anyone with any information is asked to call 101



Police in Greenock are seeking witnesses to a serious asaault that took place in the town centre in the early hours of yesterday morning. (Saturday 14th)

A 22 year old man sustained injuries to his face after being hit with a brick during a disturbance in Cathcart Street at 5am in the morning.

He was treated at Inverclyde Royal Hospital and released.

Detectives are treating the incident as a serious assault and anyone with any information is asked to call them on 101.



UK News
20th October, 03:27

Everton may be punished over pitch brawl

Everton captain Ashley Williams and his club could be punished by UEFA after a melee erupted following the skipper's push on Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes.
20th October, 02:20

Celebrities share grief over loss of loved ones

Mary Berry and Rio Ferdinand are among the famous faces speaking out about their grief in a new campaign to raise awareness about family bereavement.
19th October, 23:05

New data reveals 'social apartheid' at Oxbridge

Britain's elite universities represent a "social apartheid" as new figures reveal a privileged background is "still the key" to earning a place at Oxford or Cambridge, a former Labour minister has claimed.
19th October, 19:21

Smartphone 'loyalty penalty' of over £1 a day

Mobile phone firms are denying they hide charges of more than £1 per day for handsets after fixed-term contracts expire.