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Election Candidates for Renfrewshire

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Paisley and Renfrewshire North constituency

Alistair Campbell Scottish Conservative and Unionist website
Ruaraidh Dobson Scottish Liberal Democrats twitterwebsite
Mags MacLaren Scottish National Party (SNP) twitterwebsite
Gary Pearson Independent (no webpage and no twitter?)
Chris Rollo Scottish Socialist Party (no webpage and no twitter?)
Jim Sheridan Scottish Labour Party website
Paisley and Renfrewshire South constituency

Douglas Alexander Scottish Labour Party twitterwebsite
Andy Doig Scottish National Party (SNP) website
Ashay Ghai Scottish Liberal Democrats website
William Hendry Independent (no webpage and no twitter?)
Jimmy Kerr Scottish Socialist Party website
Paul Mack Independent (no webpage and no twitter?)
Gordon McCaskill Scottish Conservative and Unionist website
If you know a candidates personal/business website or if they have a twitter acount then please contact us via brian@paisley.org.uk

St Mirren Football Club frontpage news

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The St mirren news that is always on the front page has been removed until proper pre season gets back under way, you can still see the latest from the St mirren section and we still support the Paisley Saints in all ways… bring on next season…

If anyone wants it all back on the front page then tough lol.. it has been replaced by the new events live updates which keeps you updated on whats happening with events in Renfrewshire

Good Luck to St Mirren in the Scottish Cup

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Just want to wish the Paisley Saints all the very best for their Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers this weekend and I would love to see them emulate the success of 1987 helped by Captain Billy Abercromby.

The last St Mirren captain to lift the Scottish Cup launched his autobiography on Wednesday and hopes it could save others from suffering the way he has.

Billy Abercromby’s warts-and-all story reveals how he has been to hell and back.

In the book “Aber’s Gonnae Get Ye” he tells of his journey from being a Scottish Cup winner in 1987 to alcoholic, then battling back to sobriety and a new life. see the bbc website for more information