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Monday, August 15, 2022


Scotch whisky giant reaches for the Skye

Diageo has unveiled the new visitor centre at its Talisker Distillery on the Isle of Skye.
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Deposit Return ‘failure’ warning

A GROUP of MSPs has warned the Scottish Government that the upcoming Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) could prove “a very costly failure” without an urgent review.
Leon Thompson

Staff and costs hold back sector

The much hoped for recovery still seems a long way away, writes Leon Thompson of UK Hospitality Scotland.
Ashley Fleming, Harper Macleod

Immigration’s role in recruitment drive

Recent reports have highlighted the recruitment difficulties being faced by the hospitality sector in Scotland, writes immigration lawyer Ashley Fleming.
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MUP review is now underway

The Scottish Government has begun its review of the Minimum Unit Price (MUP) legislation with a series of ‘roundtable’ events and an online survey.
Royal an Lochan hotel in Tighnabruaich

Argyll ‘hidden gem’ is shining bright

A hotel on Argyll’s ‘secret coast’ is set for further investment as the team at the helm eyes four-star status.

Banks’ newest venture opens for business

Chef Dean Banks has announced that his latest venture, Edinburgh wine bar and restaurant Dulse, is now fully open for business.

TV triumph for Glasgow’s Red Onion

Father and daughter restaurateurs John and Rosie Quigley walked away with a £1000 cash prize when Channel 4 cooking show Come Dine With Me: The Professionals visited Glasgow.

Ubiquitous Chip sold to Greene King

The family behind Glasgow venues The Ubiquitous Chip, Stravaigin and Hanoi Bike Shop have sold the businesses to pub company and brewer Greene King for an undisclosed sum.

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