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Honours, points, and six goals were shared in this top of the table clash which saw both teams retain their unbeaten records to date. The visitors had the advantage of an early powerplay, with Lynx’s Reynolds sitting out a Tripping call as early as the 5th minute, and they took full advantage as Miller was […]

Local Politicians Support Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Derek Mackay MSP and Gavin Newlands MP visited Blythswood Care today to once again show their support for their Christmas Shoebox Appeal. They were joined by Councillors Cathy McEwan, Jim Paterson and Bill Perrie, who are also supporting this year’s appeal. Since 1966, Blythswood Care has led a number of appeals to help those in […]

Plans unveiled to transform Paisley tenements

Tenement housing in a Paisley town centre could be in line for a comprehensive facelift if council plans are given the green light. Renfrewshire Council is proposing to use legal powers to implement a wide-ranging programme of building improvements to five tenement blocks at 3, 5, 7 and 9 Orchard Street and 33 Causeyside Street. […]

Strategy to boost Johnstone town centre

Johnstone will benefit from further works to enhance the town centre under plans being considered by councillors. Additional improvements to public spaces, traffic flow and parking provision have been identified as key to making it a successful retail, employment, social and cultural hub. If adopted by Renfrewshire Council, the Johnstone Town Centre Strategy would build […]

Paisley skyline sees an explosion of colour

Thousands of revellers saw Paisley’s historic skyline bathed in colour as the annual fireworks extravaganza returned on Saturday. Almost 30,000 people descended on the town centre for the annual Fireworks Spectacular- hosted by Renfrewshire Council- as part of an afternoon full of family fun and activities. The magnificent Paisley Abbey provided a stunning backdrop as […]


The local ice hockey community is rallying round a very special young lady and her family to raise money for a local hospital which helped save her life when she was born. Young Millie Andreucci was born on Burns’ Day, 25 January, but she weighed only 20 ounces after arriving 14 weeks prematurely, and her […]

Contact the Elderly Scotland scoops gong at national awards

Contact the Elderly has been named the Older People’s Project of the Year at the Herald Society awards. The charity, which provides tea, cake and company for older people locally, has 111 groups in Scotland offering a vital lifeline of friendship to more than 1000 people aged over 75 who live alone. Contact the Elderly […]

Artificial Nail Course – starting December at West College Scotland

**Artificial Nail Course – ILA Funded** Starting on the 6 December, you could be a qualified Nail Technician in 12 weeks. Duration: Every Tuesday Evening for 12 weeks Time: 5.45pm – 8.45pm For more information visit here