Gavin Newlands joins The Great Get Together in honour of Jo Cox
Gavin Newlands, SNP Candidate for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, took some time out from campaigning to take part in the Jo Cox Foundation’s ‘The Great Get Together’. Read more
Police appeal for information regarding Renfrew assault
Police are continuing enquiries after a man was assaulted in Glasgow Road, Renfrew on Friday 19th May 2017. Read more
Success for Johnstone Pipe Bands at British Pipe Band Championships in Paisley
The two Johnstone pipe bands made the short trip to Paisley at the weekend to take part in the British Pipe Band Championships at the St James Playing Fields.  The two World Championship winning bands were competing for the first time in a major championship at their new promoted... Read more
Renfrewshire-Wide Credit Union’s Linwood outreach to move to Linstone Hub
Renfrewshire-Wide Credit Union’s (RWCU) Linwood outreach is moving from the Tweedie Hall in Linwood to the Linstone Hub starting Monday 5th of June 2017. Read more
Linwood young people showcase power of drama for 2021 bid
Young people from Linwood have put together a showcase to highlight the power of drama and how it can transform lives and boost mental health. Read more
Fifteen-year-old cancer survivor Eilidh Steel and her twin sister Louise launch Race for Life Glasgow for Cancer Research UK
  A teenager who beat cancer after treatment in the US teamed up with her twin sister to launch Scotland’s biggest Race for Life yesterday. Read more
4,000 pipers descend on Paisley for British Championships
Around 4,000 of the world’s top pipers and drummers descended on Paisley today to contest some of bagpiping’s most prestigious titles during the British Pipe Band Championships. Read more
Man fighting for his life in hospital after being stabbed on board a busy bus on Neilston Road
A man is in a serious condition in hospital after he was stabbed on a bus. Read more
Mhairi Black heckled by protesters campaigning closure of Paisley’s sick kids ward
Mhairi Black was heckled by protesters who were campaigning against the closure of Paisley’s sick kids ward. Read more
Tom Arthur commends the Urban Historian Stephen Clancy
Tom Arthur, MSP for Renfrewshire South, recently met with local historian and archaeologist, Stephen Clancy, at Kilbarchan’s Weaver’s Cottage to present a copy of the motion which has been lodged in the Scottish Parliament commending Mr Clancy for his heritage walks. Read more