Drop-off charge begins at Glasgow Airpot
Drivers visiting Glasgow Airport from today face a charge for dropping passengers off and will now have to pay £2 for a stay of up to 10 minutes. Read more
Greens criticise Renfrewshire Conservatives for running local campaign ‘From TORY HQ’
The Renfrewshire Green party claim that the Conservatives campaign for the local elections is being “run from Tory HQ” after it emerged that the candidate for Renfrew North and Braehead was nominated without being informed by the party. Read more
Diageo backs Paisley 2021 bid with special Johnnie Walker bottles
Workers at the world’s biggest Scotch bottling plant raised a glass to Paisley’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021– with specially-produced bottles of Johnnie Walker whisky.  Read more
St Vincent’s Hospice ‘Bags of Help’ from Tesco
St Vincent’s Hospice is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. Read more
Young footie stars on the run to raise cash
Youngsters from a Paisley youth football team are right on the ball when it comes to raising money for club funds. Read more
Renfrewshire honours heroic Victoria Cross recipient
A Paisley-born solider who was awarded the Victoria Cross (VC) for ‘most conspicuous bravery’ during World War 1 has been honoured in a special ceremony in Renfrewshire today (Monday 24/04/07). Read more
Councillor Mags MacLaren welcomes call to improve repairs in Private Lets  
A Renfrewshire Councillor has welcomed calls to improve repairs in Private Lets. Read more
Paisley 2021 bid marked with Baker Street show
Paisley marked the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 in spectacular style today – with a mass outdoor rendition of Gerry Rafferty’s classic Baker Street. Read more
Planning permission granted for £17m Love Street housing development
Renfrewshire Council has approved the building of 132 new homes in Paisley in a development worth £17m. Read more
Pipe bands from across the world set to battle it out to be named Britain’s best
Paisley is set to welcome competitors from as far as Canada and Denmark as the top pipe bands in the world aim to be crowned British champions. Read more