A century of caring for Veterans – Charity’s first patients were admitted 10th October 1916
The first wounded veterans admitted to the Princess Louise Scottish Hospital for Limbless Sailors and Soldiers did so one hundred years ago today on 10th October 1916. Read more
The Wynd Centre presented with the Queen’s Award
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services has been presented to The Wynd Centre for outstanding work in the communities. Read more
Skoobmobile library bus praised in national awards
The Skoobmobile library bus has impressed judges in prestigious nationwide awards. Read more
Find out about the benifits of Credit Unions in Renfrewshire with new website launched to raise awareness
Have you ever wondered what a credit union is? There is some good news, a new website has been created to raise awareness of Credit Unions in Renfrewshire. Read more
Spree Festival raises a glass to official supporters Saporito
Visitors to this year’s Spree festival will enjoy a food and drink bonanza with local firm Saporito once again signing up as event sponsors. Read more
Miller & Carter brings Steak excellence to Newton Mearns
Miller & Carter Steakhouse is pleased to announce the arrival of a new restaurant in Newton Mearns, following the success of its Glasgow city centre restaurant, which opened earlier this year in March. Read more
Renfrewshire partnership in Scottish ‘first’ to give learning disabled a voice
  Renfrewshire Health & Social Care Partnership (H&SCP) has become the first of Scotland’s 31 H&SCPs to sign up to a national Charter for ensuring people who use learning disability services will have a say in the issues affecting them. Read more
Two cars have been stolen from a house in Bridge of Weir. Read more
Renfrewshire gets ready for winter with over 5000 tonnes of salt
  Residents are being urged to prepare themselves for the winter weather conditions as the coldest months approach. Read more
Gavin Newlands MP criticises Home Secretary’s crackdown on universities
Gavin Newlands, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North, has criticised a speech by Home Secretary, Amber Rudd MP, for outlining new measures to further crack down on international students – despite the economic damage done by previous restrictions on student numbers. Read more