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5 Must-Know Amazing Facts About Cranes

Landscapers and constructors of bridges and multi-storey buildings use cranes as principal machinery to lift and move tons of materials. They vary in shape, size, accessories and functionality, but the sole purpose is to raise construction materials. Here are some interesting facts that you should know about cranes. Named after a bird A crane and […]

Horizontal Directional Drilling Techniques in the Civil Engineering Field: The Future

Horizontal directional drilling (HDD) contributes to significant environmental advantages over the traditional cut and cover utility fixings. The method is consistently utilised when traditional trenching or unearthing is not feasible or when a minimal surface disturbance is required. This technique is considered more than other means to provide less traffic disruption, cheaper expenses, more profound […]

Two Destination Language’s FAULT LINES coming to Paisley

Fault Lines is a reimagining of a fashion show, looking to show the boundaries between how we look and how we see other people. Two Destination Language have assembled a truly diverse cast in terms of age, ability and race, and will have them taking to the catwalk while audiences flick between audio channels silent-disco […]

Ten-year Vision with bold ideas for how Paisley could look is unveiled

A first-of-its kind study with radical ideas for how Paisley town centre could look in a decade has been published – and aims to start a conversation about what might be possible in the town. The ‘Vision for Paisley Town Centre 2030’ is the result of a unique link-up between Renfrewshire Council, the Scottish Government […]

Nik Makeup Artist finalist in The Scottish Wedding Awards

So delighted to see I am a finalist in The Scottish hair and beauty awards in the category of Freelance Wedding Hair/ Makeup Specialist of the Year finals in February 2020. For more information on awards and finalists use link below.


Additional Monday to Friday flight will bring extra 26,000 seats    Glasgow Airport passengers travelling to and from Dublin will enjoy even more choice following Aer Lingus Regional’s decision to introduce an extra weekday flight this April. The move will see services operated by the Irish carrier increase from five to six flights Monday to […]

Just like the real thing for basketball kids

YOUNG basketball players from Renfrewshire will emulate the hoops superstars of America’s top teams. Five Primary school teams made up of P6 and P7 pupils have won their way into playing in a Renfrewshire Division of the prestigious Jr. NBA tournament. The Jr. NBA tournament is played in 70 countries all round the world with […]

First images revealed of new Paisley High Street Learning and Cultural Hub

The first images showing how a vacant former retail unit at the heart of Paisley’s High Street will be turned into a 21st-century community facility housing library services are today revealed. Construction will start soon on the £7m Paisley Learning and Cultural Hub – a new modern community and educational facility which will bring new […]

Climate Emergency Working Group set to meet to outline plans to make Renfrewshire carbon neutral by 2030

Renfrewshire Council has reiterated its green credentials as it outlines climate change as an immediate priority, with its Climate Emergency Working Group set to meet tomorrow (Thursday). In June 2019, there was cross-party support for a council motion which declared a climate emergency and a working group has been set up with members of all […]