Paisley becomes the newest town to fly the Purple Flag
Paisley First is celebrating today after learning it achieved the prestigious Purple Flag status for its evening and night-time economy (ENTE). Purple Flag is a town and city centre award – similar to the Blue Flag for beaches – which aims to raise the standard and broaden the appeal... Read more
Renfrewshire venues toast success at Best Bar None Awards 
Renfrewshire’s bars and pubs have toasted success at this year’s Best Bar None Awards.  Read more
Renfrewshire’s Food Hygiene ratings amongst the best in the country
A new study has revealed that food hygiene standards at restaurants, cafes, pubs and takeaways in the Renfrewshire Council area are amongst the highest in the country. Read more
Professor Craig Mahoney, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, hosted a breakfast event at the University’s Paisley Campus on Monday 9th January 2017 to welcome new students to UWS. Read more
Renfrewshire Wide Credit Union launch new funeral loan product
A credit union in Renfrewshire has launched a funeral product specifically aimed to help tackle funeral poverty throughout Renfrewshire. Read more
Preparations for the wintry weather expected in Renfrewshire, and across Scotland this week are underway and the Scottish Government’s Resilience Team has coordinated a response. Read more
New Year New Home – Stewart Milne Homes in Renfrewshire
A new year brings with it the chance to seize the opportunity for a fresh start and a new perspective and Stewart Milne Homes offers an exquisite selection of homes for those looking for a change of scenery in 2017. Read more
Police have appealed for sixteen year olds to help carry out alcohol test purchases in various licensed premises. Read more
Overwater ground investigations will gather geotechnical and environmental information needed to develop the designs for both the ‘Clyde Waterfront and Renfrew Riverside’ and ‘Glasgow Airport Investment Area’ projects. Read more
Christmas may have just ended but, for many families, the cost of the busy festive period is likely to continue well into the New Year. Read more