Pupils supported by their parents heading back to school
An innovative education project is helping Renfrewshire pupils to reach their full potential by inviting their parents to get back into school. Read more
School honours speech and language therapist for 25 years of service
A popular member of staff at Corseford School in Johnstone has been honoured by pupils marking her 25 years of dedicated service. Read more
Scottish produce must be protected in future trade deals, Paisley’s MSP warns
Paisley’s MSP, George Adam is demanding that the UK government protect Scottish produce by upholding the Protected Food Name scheme in all future trade deals. Read more
Paisley artists unique front cover designs for UK City of Culture bid
As part of Paisley’s 2021 UK City of Culture bid, artists, designers and groups with links to the town were invited to create unique front covers for the blueprint for a winning year of culture. Read more
Police Youth Volunteers help raise money for St Vincent’s Hospice
The Paisley branch of Police Scotland Youth Volunteers helped raise money for charity on Sunday. Read more
McGill’s to spend £2 million on new fleet of minibuses
McGill’s Buses are to spend £2 million on a fleet of 20 new Strata minibuses. Read more
British post-punk band Theatre Of Hate to play The Bungalow
British post-punk band Theatre Of Hate are set for return this week, stopping off at Paisley during their UK tour. Read more
Street Stuff takes home top prize at COSLA Awards
Renfrewshire’s Street Stuff initiative has won a top award from the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA). Read more
Spree For All fringe festival gears up for best ever year
The Spree for All is gearing up to build on its debut last year and is returning even bigger and better than ever. Read more
Veterans in all four Erskine care homes are eagerly awaiting the 1st of October when they will take part in the Sporting Senior Games 2017. Read more