October, 2014 | Scottish Licensed Trade News

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Trade talks devo powers

TRADE groups joined forces last week to give their views on which powers might best be devolved to Scotland to create best trading conditions for the sector. …

Fee stragglers urged to action

Licensees who fail to pay risk a premises licence review By Dave Hunter OPERATORS who failed to pay their premises licence fee by the October 1 deadline have …

Distillery shows its Glasgow spirit

Seven times distilled Makar gin is launched in city bars GLASGOW’S newest distillery has launched its first spirit – a small-batch gin said to be the first …

Diageo praised for training schemes

Drinks giant recognised for its work with young people DRINKS giant Diageo has been recognised for its work with young people in Scotland. The firm, whose …

No stone unturned as The Busby is rebuilt

East Renfrewshire hotel project marks new approach for Manorview, as Gillian McKenzie reports CRISP white render and cedar wood cladding, a contemporary glass …

Inspiring the trade’s future culinary stars

Tennent’s Training Academy launches new two-week course TENNENT’S Training Academy has unveiled a new course which aims to inspire more young people to …

Italian businesses honoured

ITALIAN businesses from across Scotland were honoured at a special awards ceremony in Glasgow’s Thistle Hotel on Sunday night (October 26). The second annual …

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