Chivas Paisley staff vote not to strike and accept revised pay offer
Staff at a bottling plant in Paisley operated by whisky company Chivas have voted to accept a revised pay offer and have called off strike action. Read more
Dog walker asked to come forward after Police Foxbar murder appeal
Detectives are continuing to appeal for information following the death of a man in Paisley on Sunday 23rd July 2017. Read more
UWS receives Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland
University of the West of Scotland’s Paisley Campus celebrated receiving the Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland in recognition of their commitment to getting more staff and students cycling. Read more
Paisley attracts crowds with another successful annual Pipe Band Competition
Paisley town centre was filled with the sound of pipes and drums on Saturday for the eighth annual Pipe Band Competition. Read more
Murder inquiry launched in Foxbar following death of Craig McClelland
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a 31-year-old man was found with serious injuries in the Foxbar area of Paisley. Read more
Transformation tour of Paisley showcases investment in town
Investment in Paisley’s heritage buildings and high street is a strong sign that ambitious heritage-led transformation plans are bringing a new lease of life to the town. Read more
Man attacked and robbed in Gallowhill
Detectives are appealing information following a robbery in the Gallowhill area of Paisley on Friday 14th July 2017. Read more
Drop-in kids summer social clubs on this summer in Paisley and Erskine
Young people aged 10 – 18 years old looking for summer activities can drop in to free youth social clubs during the school holiday period. Read more
Support pours in as Paisley becomes only Scottish place on UK City of Culture 2021 shortlist
Backing for Paisley’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 has poured in from across the political spectrum with the town now the only Scottish place in the running to be the UK’s next City of Culture. Read more
Glasgow Airport breaks another record as June passenger numbers top the one-million mark for the first time
For the first time in its 51-year history Glasgow Airport recorded more than one million passengers in the month of June, representing a 5.7% increase on the same period in 2016. Read more