The journey to transform Paisley Museum has taken a major step forward as Renfrewshire councillors approved the appointment of the contractor to deliver the £23million main works programme.
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Detectives have renewed an appeal for witnesses following the death of a man near the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley.
Renfrewshire councillors will be asked to approve the appointment of the main works contractor for Paisley Museum, marking the next step in transforming the venue into a major cultural destination.