Glasgow scientist and her partner steps up to beat cancer
A  Glasgow scientist is inviting people to step up to Cancer Research UK’s latest fundraising challenge, after losing her cousin to cancer when he was just 35 years old. Read more
Councillor highlights price increase for first and second class stamps
A local councillor has highlighted that the price of stamps will rise at the end of March. Read more
A Paisley councillor is encouraging social housing tenants to get involved in a consultation by the Scottish Housing Regulator. Read more
Statue to commemorate woman at centre of the landmark Paisley snail and bottle legal case
The faded black and white photograph shows a beaming woman proudly bearing a baby girl in each arm. Read more
Free fun for kids at Street Stuff
Street Stuff has released its new timetable for February and March 2018, incorporating football, dance and sessions in the popular Youth Buses which have ipads, MacBooks and DJ decks onboard. Read more
MSP to visit Nepal on Humanitarian Trip
West of Scotland MSP Maurice Golden will travel to Nepal to see first-hand the work done by UK-based charity Tearfund to support communities facing a range of humanitarian issues. Read more
Cross-party backing for Tied Pubs Bill
A major milestone has been reached in the campaign to reform Scotland’s tied pub sector as Neil Bibby’s proposal for a Tied Pubs Bill secures cross-party support. Read more
Councillor highlights the Allergy & Free From Show
The world’s largest celebration of ‘free from’ food, drink and lifestyle products will be held at an event in Glasgow next month. Read more
A local Councillor is encouraging community projects to enter an awards programme which could see them share a funding boost of £75,000 to make a real difference in their local area. Read more
West College Scotland introduce three new coding clubs at Renfrewshire High Schools
West College Scotland has announced they have received additional funding from The Digital Xtra Fund to launch Coding Clubs into a further three Renfrewshire Secondary schools. Read more