“There has been a 7.9% drop in domestic abuse incidents reported to the police over the past year (compared to the previous year’s figures),” said Councillor Kenny MacLaren (SNP – Paisley North West), highlighting a report to Renfrewshire Council’s Police and Fire & Rescue Scrutiny Sub-Committee.Continue reading
“These new proposals to restrict the sale and use of fireworks will be welcomed by many people including myself”, said Councillor Kenny MacLaren.
Scottish Ministers are proposing a major reduction in the quantity of fireworks that can be sold to members of the general public, with the limit for purchase for people without an explosives licence being cut from 50kg to 5kg. It is hoped the changes can come into force at the end of June this year, well ahead of the main fireworks season in November.Continue reading
“In what would have been the 200th Anniversary of the 1820 Radical Uprising, it was important to Yes Paisley activists that we spend some time remembering the struggles of those in the past who felt that Scotland should be independent,” said Bruce MacFarlane of Yes Paisley.Continue reading
The more measured approach to relaxing the lockdown has helped to improve the Covid-19 figures in Scotland. Continue reading
“This is good news for bus passengers as it will help them know when their next bus is due”, said Cllr Kenny MacLaren and Cllr Mags MacLaren (SNP – Paisley Northwest). Continue reading
“We welcome these road repairs, as we have been arguing for the additional investment in roads to include as many areas within our ward as possible”, said Cllr Kenny MacLaren and Cllr Mags MacLaren (SNP – Paisley Northwest). Continue reading