Local MSP pledges support for hunting ban
Ross Greer, Green MSP for the West of Scotland has joined the League Against Cruel Sports and Fergus the Fox to pledge support for the law which protects wild mammals from being chased and hunted for sport and has given his commitment to vote for a complete ban on... Read more
New £3.7m museum store prepares to open on Paisley High Street
A treasure trove of museum items has been unveiled as a custom built storage building prepares to open its doors on Paisley High Street. Read more
MP supports international charity day #givingtuesday
A local politician has thrown his support behind an international day to raise money for Charity. Read more
Medical bag containing potentially fatal drugs goes missing in Paisley
Police have issued a warning after a medical bag containing potentially fatal drugs disappeared yesterday in Paisley. Read more
Gosia, Graham and Greg join DM Hall’s new generation of qualified surveyors
One of Scotland’s leading independent chartered surveyors, DM Hall has been fostering the talents of young professionals as its graduate development program produces a trio of newly-qualified chartered surveyors. Read more
Paisley businesses report positive impact of town’s bid to be named UK City of Culture 2021
Paisley traders have revealed that the town’s bid to win the UK City of Culture 2021 title has led to businesses receiving a major boost. Read more
Russell Institute in Paisley scoops prestigious architecture award
One of Paisley’s most iconic buildings has received a prestigious award for conservation following a £5m restoration project. Read more
Mhairi Black Backs Tesco Food Bank Collection
Mhairi Black MP has thrown her support behind a nationwide food collection to help people who find themselves in need this Christmas. Read more
Renfrewshire pupils go bananas for energy during E.ON’s Creative Conductors workshops
Pupils at Renfrewshire primary schools made sweet music during interactive workshops which saw them use anything from bananas to plasticine and high-fives to make circuits that enabled them to create instruments and play music via their computers. Read more
Light up a Life this Christmas for St Vincent’s Hospice
St. Vincent’s Hospice are inviting members of the public to sponsor a light on their Christmas tree in memory of someone special this Christmas to help support their services for people with life limiting conditions. Read more