Paisley 2021 music album launches with live performances from all artists
Twelve aspiring music stars who wrote songs to capture what Paisley means to them have had their original works recorded for a special album to mark the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture 2021. Read more
Huntington’s disease Support Group raise money though their annual sponsored Walk
The Renfrewshire HD Support Group have completed their annual sponsored ‘Walk of Hope’ in Erskine to raise funds for Scottish Huntington’s Association (SHA), the only charity in the country supporting families impacted by the degenerative neurological condition, Huntington’s disease (HD). Read more
Kids go on the colour run during October Week Activities Camp
You’ve never seen colour run so fast as youngsters enjoyed an unusual race during the October Week Activities Camp, at The ON-X Sports Centre, in Linwood. Read more
Renfrewshire Provost Cameron joins Paisley Foodbank volunteers
Volunteers and visitors at a Renfrewshire foodbank got a helping hand when Renfrewshire’s Provost Lorraine Cameron visited during Challenge Poverty Week. Read more
International Credit Union Day celebrates the spirit of the global credit union movement
Today is International Credit Union Day where Credit Unions from all over the world come together to celebrate the work that they carry out in their local communities. Read more
Trapeze scientist stands up to cancer, Dr Sara Zanivan isn’t ‘hanging around’ in fight against the disease
A leading cancer scientist and aerial performance artist from Glasgow is backing a campaign urging Scots to stand up to the disease. Read more
Monday evening Yellow Wind Weather Warning in place for Renfrewshire
Renfrewshire is likely to be hit by the tail end of Hurricane Ophelia on Monday. Read more
Deaf Renfrewshire residents urged to share views on accessibility of health services
A campaigning charity is urging Renfrewshire residents who are Deaf or have hearing loss to complete a survey about their experiences of accessing hospital, health centre and GP services. Read more
Councillor Mags MacLaren with last minute plea to use your old £1 coins
Only two days left! A Paisley Councillor has made a last minute plea to use your old £1 coins before you can no longer use them on Monday. Read more
MP welcomes charity’s social security advice service for deaf constituents
Mhairi Black MP is urging deaf people who have queries about benefits decisions to use a charity’s specialist welfare rights advocacy service. Read more