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Is alcohol the new tobacco?

SCOTLAND can expect to see an increasing number of anti-tobacco tactics turned against the alcohol industry, a public health expert has warned. Speaking at the …

A green light for street revamp

LICENSED venues on one of Glasgow’s best-known streets are set to benefit from its “transformation” after the city council approved a multi-million pound …

Calls for trade straw charge

Proposed 5p charge on plastic straws has split trade By Jonathan Watt THE on-trade is divided over calls to introduce a mandatory 5p charge for plastic straws …

Business rates appeals rise

The number of appeals against the last non-domestic rates revaluation had increased on the previous round, new figures have shown. According to numbers …

Boards: keep your neutrality

Newly-elected administrations implored to ignore party politics By Dave Hunter A VETERAN Scottish licensing lawyer has called on the country’s new licensing …

Overprovision back in spotlight

OVERPROVISION and outdoor areas are among the topics a Police Scotland unit wants to see debated as part of a “wider conversation about alcohol”. Will …

How are island operators faring?

Numbers rise as fares fall, bringing a boost to trade for many By Jack Walsh With the summer season almost in full swing, Scotland’s island operators will be …

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