Good sports make sure you won’t miss a minute of the action
Visitors to Soar intu Braehead’s leisure destination won’t miss a minute of the big sporting action this summer. Read more
Paisley celebrates royal connections with 700th anniversary of first Stewart king
Paisley’s medieval heritage came back to life as the town celebrated 700 years since the first Stewart king – Robert II of Scotland – was born inside Paisley Abbey. Read more
Kiltwearing fundraisers take on Ben Nevis
The Erskineers – a group of fantastic fundraisers and their four legged friend – are taking on the challenge of climbing Britain’s highest mountain to raise money for Erskine Park Care Home. Read more
Brave schoolgirl Lucy launches Scotland’s first Race for Life for 2016
Brave schoolgirl Lucy Robertson kicked off Scotland’s 2016 Race for Life season today- after major surgery to cut her risk of developing the same cancer her dad is fighting. Read more
Council confirms support for IDAHOT
Renfrewshire Council Leader, Councillor Mark Macmillan, has given his backing to International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) which will be celebrated on 17th May. Read more
Imaginate Children’s Festival show to come to Renfrewshire
Imaginate – Edinburgh’s international children’s festival which runs from 28 May to 5 June – showcases the world’s best theatre and dance for children. Read more
Paisley firm lands Virgin Atlantic baggage contract
A Paisley based airline baggage courier has secured a double boost, landing a nationwide contract with Virgin Atlantic and expanding into the busy London airline market for the first time. THS Couriers, which has its headquarters near Glasgow Airport and operates at 12 airports across the country, is one... Read more
Paisley is gearing up for its tastiest food and drink extravaganza yet with a global menu of street foods and taste sensations. Read more
Co-op band to celebrate music of the movies
Join the Co-operative Funeralcare Band for Night at the Movies, a celebration of the finest film music. Read more
100th Contact the Elderly tea party in Scotland
A charity which offers a lifeline of friendship to older people has launched its 100th group in Scotland. Read more