Public will consider Paisley West End masterplan
The public will have their say on a new masterplan to regenerate the West End of Paisley. Read more
Missing man last spotted in Paisley Town Centre
Police Scotland are appealing for help to trace a man who has been missing from the Paisley area since Sunday. Read more
Paisley couple left shaken after daytime robbery of their BMW at knife-point
Detectives are appealing for witnesses to come forward following a robbery in Paisley on Monday afternoon. Read more
Leading UK logistics firm spreading Paisley 2021 message
Paisley’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 is now being seen across the UK – thanks to one of the country’s top logistics and construction companies. Read more
West College Scotland successfully launches coding clubs in three Renfrewshire Secondary Schools
West College Scotland’s Digital Xtra Project, funded by Skills Development Scotland, is now well underway with the launch of coding clubs. Run by some of the College’s computing staff and students, the clubs are aimed at engaging S1/2 pupils in the use of the BBC Micro:Bit and encouraging them... Read more
Glasgow Airport reports busiest March on record
Glasgow Airport reported its busiest March on record after more than 700,000 passengers travelled through its doors during the month, representing an increase of 7% on the same period last year. Read more
Masterplan to transform the West End of Paisley
Plans to deliver ‘transformational change’ in the West End of Paisley through major investment in new homes will be considered by councillors next week. Read more
Creative Scotland Chief Executive visits Paisley
The Chief Executive of Creative Scotland, Janet Archer, visited Paisley to see how the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021 is developing.  Read more
Glasgow Airport expects 450,000 passengers during Easter school break
Glasgow Airport is preparing for one of its busiest periods of the year as an expected 450,000 holidaymakers jet off for the Easter school holidays. Read more
Councillors raise dangers of laughing gas after discarded canisters found in the Gockston area of Paisley
Two Paisley councillors have highlighted the dangers of using laughing gas after discarded canisters were found in the Gockston area of Paisley. Kenny and Mags MacLaren, SNP councillors for Paisley North West were contacted by constituents after canisters for Nitrous Oxide was found lying about in car parks and open spaces. Read more