Detectives are appealing for information following a robbery in Paisley on Sunday. Read more
Contact the Elderly shortlisted for the Herald Awards 2017
A charity which offers a vital lifeline of friendship to older people in the local area has had its work recognised by being shortlisted for a national award. Read more
New option could see Glasgow Airport rail link run from relocated Paisley St James station
The proposed Glasgow Airport rail link could be a Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system that runs from a relocated Paisley St James station, if a scheme by Junction 29 (Scotland) Ltd is chosen as the preferred option. Read more
Glasgow Airport preparing for the Oct Week rush
Glasgow Airport is today gearing up for one of its busiest periods of the year as tens of thousands of holidaymakers prepare to jet off for the October holiday week. Read more
An interactive exhibition celebrating Paisley’s Past, Present and Future opens at Paisley Museum
Part exhibition, part workshop and part digital studio, the new Made in Paisley exhibition at Paisley Museum is an experiment in creativity and collaboration. Read more
Glasgow Airport records busiest September in 50 years
Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest September in 50 years after 934,295 passengers travelled through its doors, representing an annual increase of 4.2%. Domestic and international traffic grew by 4.2% and 4.3% respectively with major events, such as the Davis Cup and Celtic’s participation in the Champions League proving... Read more
Spree show with Carol will celebrate Paisley
One of Paisley’s favorite musical daughters is returning to the town to play this year’s Spree festival…and she’s bringing some friends with her. Read more
Renfrewshire remembers Willie Gallacher with cairn on Paisley High Street
One of Paisley’s most famous political sons has been remembered with the unveiling of a new cairn on the town’s High Street. Read more
‘Pride of Paisley’ Lions – see them today (Sat) for one last time
Today (Sat 08/10/16) we will bid an official farewell to the ‘Pride of Paisley’, a lion-inspired public art trail (in homage to ‘Buddy’ the lion, a much loved exhibit at Paisley Museum and Art Gallery) that has been the largest in the town’s history. 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