Glasgow Airport best-ever July beats all previous passenger number records
Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest ever month as more than 1,082,000 passengers travelled through its doors in July – representing a 6.2% increase on the same period in 2016. Read more
Construction kicks off on former St Mirren football stadium site
The £17 million project will create 132 new homes, 64 available for social renting Housing should be complete by August 2019 Housing provider Sanctuary has started building work on the old home of St Mirren Football Club. Read more
Provost Lorraine Cameron ‘Just a normal girl from Glenburn’
Renfrewshire’s Provost Lorraine Cameron has spoken about becoming ‘the woman behind the fancy gold chain’. Read more
Two Paisley Credit Unions lead the way on funeral poverty as Government launches new 10 point action plan
A 10-point plan has been launched to help people struggling with debt to manage funeral costs has been set out by Equalities Secretary Angela Constance. Read more
Police launch new appeal to help find men spotted near Craig McClelland Foxbar crime scene
Officers from Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team continue to conduct enquiries into the murder of 31-year-old Craig McClelland in the Foxbar area of Paisley on Sunday 23rd July 2017. Read more
Best of Scotland celebrations take off at Glasgow Airport
Passengers travelling through Glasgow Airport will be able to celebrate and experience the country’s finest food, drink, clothing and culture as this year’s Best of Scotland campaign gets underway. Read more
Renfrewshire’s Provost visits community project ‘The Men’s Shed’
Many hands made light work for volunteers at ‘The Men’s Shed’ in Foxbar as Renfrewshire’s Provost Lorraine Cameron visited to see the community project in action. Read more
New play area opens at Barshaw Park
The next stage of a multi-million investment in Renfrewshire’s parks has been completed as a new, dynamic play area opens in Barshaw Park. Read more
Live reading of Psychedelic Confessions of a Primal Screamer by Martin St John at The Bungalow
Many bands claim to be era-defining, few ever are. Primal Scream were. Read more
Young people with learning difficulties learn to cook from the ground to the plate
There are green fingers aplenty at an outdoor growing centre designed to motivate people to learn about healthy eating while being physically active. Read more