National housing developer secures planning permission for its first new homes at Maidenhill, Newton Mearns
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has received planning consent from East Renfrewshire Council for 106 new homes on land off Ayr Road at Maidenhill, Newton Mearns. Read more
Top comedians lined up for Giffnock Comedy and Curry night at Nuffield Health Brasserie
A Giffnock health club will be hosting a Curry and Comedy night this month. Read more
Lidi to move into former Whole Food Market Store in Giffnock town centre
Supermarket chain Lidl is to set to open a new store in Giffnock town centre as part of its ongoing expansion ambitions in Scotland. Read more
Missing Lochwinnoch teenager Sarah Foy ‘is safe and well’
Missing Lochwinnoch teenager Sarah Foy, 15 has been ‘traced safe and well’, Police have confirmed.  Read more
MSP pledges support to new national campaign: say no to puppy dealers
Tom Arthur, MSP MSP for Renfrewshire South has signed the pledge to #saynotopuppydealers in order to help combat illegal puppy farming and is urging others to do the same. Read more
MSP encourages shoppers to keep it local
Tom Arthur, SNP MSP Renfrewshire South is encouraging consumers in East Renfrewshire to shop locally and support the 2690 small businesses in the local economy. Read more
Renfrewshire Schools and Nurseries to remain closed tomorrow as Red Weather Warning issued for Renfrewshire
For the first time since records began, a Red Weather Warning has been issued in Scotland, the highest warning level meaning the weather conditions may bring a risk to life. Read more
Schools close and buses are off in Renfrewshire as snow sweeps across Scotland
Schools and nurseries in Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire are closed today as scattered snowfalls contine across the area.  The University of the West of Scotland and West College Scotland have announced that they will be closed today. Read more
East Renfrewshire MP: ‘Hard-working local residents to be hit by budget income tax increase’
An East Renfrewshire politician has claimed that 22,000 local people will be hit by a tax hike in the Scottish Budget. Read more
Glasgow scientist and her partner steps up to beat cancer
A  Glasgow scientist is inviting people to step up to Cancer Research UK’s latest fundraising challenge, after losing her cousin to cancer when he was just 35 years old. Read more