UWS receives Scottish Parliament recognition for performance boost
Universit of the West of Scotland (UWS) has been praised in a Scottish parliamentary motion for its continued strong performance in improving student retention rates. Read more
Safety first is the goal for Renfrewshire pupils
Almost 2,000 primary six pupils have taken part in a series of safety workshops designed to keep Renfrewshire children safe. Read more
Sales assistant threatened with a blade during robbery at Neilston Road Co-op
Police are investigating a robbery at Paisley’s Neilston Road Co-op store where a sales assistant was threatened with a blade. Read more
Help Police trace missing Paisley woman not seen by family or friends since November
Police are appealing for information to help trace a missing 45-year-old woman who is originally from Paisley. Read more
Clark Contracts builds donations for local foodbanks
Staff at construction, refurbishment and maintenance company, Clark Contracts have held their third annual foodbank collection for The Trussell Trust. Read more
St John Ogilvie Primary School praised by school inspectors
St John Ogilvie Primary School has been praised by Education Scotland for improving children’s attainment and achievement. Read more
Police launch appeal to find missing vulnerable man
Police are appealing for information from the public to trace a missing 64-year-old man from Paisley. Read more
St Mirren stars immortalised at former Love Street stadium
The names have been revealed of the former St Mirren stars to have a street named in their honour in new housing on the site of the club’s old Love Street ground. Read more
SNP politcians call for Gallowhill No 20 bus service to be retained
Politicians and residents have taken to the streets of Gallowhill to protest changes to a local bus service. Read more
Kids cash in on clothes at Heriot Primary School and Nursery
Heriot Primary School and Nursery pupils contributed an impressive 90 kilograms of clothing items to their annual clothes recycling fundraiser on 9th March. Read more