Petition launched to keep RAH ward 15 open
A petition has been launched online by ‘Kids Need Our Ward’ campaigners calling on Shona Robison, the Scottish Government minister for Health and Sport not to close the Children’s Ward at the Royal Alexandra Hospital. Read more
Scottish Apprenticeship Week highlighted by MP Gavin Newlands
Gavin Newlands MP joined the Finance Secretary Derek MacKay at the National Construction College in Inchinnan last Friday for a Women in Construction event, held as part of the Scottish Apprenticeship Week and organised by CITB Scotland, the Industry Training Board and Sector Skills Council for the construction industry. Read more
Ethiopian Ambassador visits Paisley
The Ethiopian Ambassador to the UK His Excellency Ambassador Dr Hailemichael Afework Aberra, visited University of the West of Scotland’s Paisley Campus on 6th March 2017. Read more
Passenger numbers up at Glasgow Airport
Over 603,000 passengers travelled through Glasgow Airport in February, representing an increase of 7.7% compared to the same period last year. Read more
Work has started on a new school as another nears completion as part of Renfrewshire Council’s multi-million pound schools investment programme. Read more
Detectives are appealing for information following a break-in at Frankie and Benny’s at Abbotsinch Retail Park. Read more
Funding boost means green light for £5m High Street library
Work to build a new £5m library in an empty unit on Paisley’s High Street will start this year – in the latest stage of the push to use culture to breathe new life into Paisley’s High Street. Read more
SNP councillors complain about poor pothole repairs
SNP Councillors have spoken out about the quality of repair work carried out on a potholl at Stow Brae, Paisley. Read more
Paisley celebrates International Women’s Day
A series of events has been organised by Renfrewshire Leisure to celebrate International Women’s Day. Read more
Scotland’s first High Street museum store will bring new life to Paisley High Street
Paisley will soon be home to Scotland’s first high street museum store – as part of a wider plan to use culture and creativity to help breathe new life into the town centre. Read more