Pupils' exam results reaching new heights
4 Aug 2015 12:00
RENFREWSHIRE council has welcomed improved performance in the newly-published exam results.
The Tannahill Weavers celebrate milestone year
4 Aug 2015 10:10
An AWARD-winning Paisley folk band are celebrating a special anniversary at Piping Live! in Glasgow.
Team Corinne defeat Scotland’s tallest peak
3 Aug 2015 09:55 • Lisa Boyle
COURAGEOUS Corinne Hutton has became the first female quadruple amputee in history to conquer Ben Nevis.
Erskine gets ready for festival fever
2 Aug 2015 16:30
ORGANISERS of the Erskine Festival are gearing up for their biggest event ever.
Thousands of meals delivered through Renfrewshire foobanks
2 Aug 2015 14:30
GENEROUS residents donated a whopping 20,424 meals to foodbanks during a three-day collection in Renfrewshire.
Newland lends support to Cancer Research UK
2 Aug 2015 12:45
GAVIN Newlands MP has pledged his support to help Cancer Research UK save more lives in the constituency and across the UK.
Fishing latest from John Milne
1 Aug 2015 08:30
It seems to have taken an age this year but at long last big shoals of mackerel have appeared around our coastline.
Next up for St Mirren: Sheffield Wednesday
31 Jul 2015 15:30 • Craig Ritchie
ST MIRREN take an early break from competitive action this weekend as they head south to take on English Championship side Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsbrough.
Hibs confirm deal for John McGinn
31 Jul 2015 09:45 • Craig Ritchie
FORMER St Mirren midfielder John McGinn has signed a four-year deal with Championship rivals Hibernian.
Arthurlie’s war hero: Allan Melrose Sliman
31 Jul 2015 09:30
ALLAN Melrose Sliman was born on February 27, 1906 in Busby and signed for Arthurlie on July 27, 1925.
Burgh boss unconcerned by friendly defeats
31 Jul 2015 08:30 • Craig Ritchie
JOHNSTONE Burgh boss Colin Smith insists his side’s pre-season campaign is going as expected, despite falling to a couple of defeats.
MSP Hugh Henry: Police Scotland's reputation is 'tarnished'
3 Aug 2015 10:00
In his latest Gazette column, Hugh Henry MSP says the reputation of Police Scotland has been 'tarnished'.
Leader's diary: Youth and business stars light up summer
31 Jul 2015 08:30
In his regular Gazette column, Renfrewshire Council leader Mark Macmillan looks back on some of the highlights he enjoyed during July.
Black 'overwhelmed' by reaction to maiden speech
24 Jul 2015 09:00
IN her latest column for The Gazette, MP Mhairi Black says she was 'overwhelmed' by the public's positive reaction to her maiden speech in the House of Commons.
A note from The Gazette
15 Feb 2015 09:30
Teaching a young child about charity is not the easiest thing for a parent.
Your man at the Scottish Parliament
13 Feb 2015 09:30
I was delighted to be able to launch a quirky new game application for children in Scotland to learn about road safety. I even had a wee go of the new game myself!
Tune up for a Frozen sing-a-long
2 Aug 2015 13:00
HAVE you ever been to a film musical and had the uncontrollable urge to burst into song? Then Sing-a-long-Frozen could be for you.
Amy Winehouse story hits the big screen
2 Aug 2015 12:30
A DOCUMENTARY telling the story of Amy Winehouse has hit the big screen.
Glastonbury headliner returns to the road
2 Aug 2015 12:00
FLORENCE and the Machine announce their return to the stage with their first full UK tour since March 2012.
World's best gymnasts heading to Glasgow
2 Aug 2015 11:45
FIVE hundred gymnasts from over 80 nations are gearing up for 10 days of competition at the 2015 World Gymnastics Championships.
Indie rock stars Idlewild set for Spree festival
2 Aug 2015 11:25
ORGANISERS of Paisley’s Spree festival have announced one of their biggest acts ever to headline the event.
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