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New hotel set to bloom in heart of Commonwealth Games Glasgow

A 160-bedroom Tulip Inn hotel is to be the centrepiece of a proposed new restaurant and retail development in the heart of Glasgow’s Commonwealth...

Cutting consumption is key for pubs

PUBLICANS should focus on reducing their energy consumption before changing their supplier, energy specialists told SLTN last week. Seeking out a new gas, water or...

Time to invest more energy in efficiency?

AS overheads continue to rise across the board, it has become more important than ever for pubs to keep utility costs under control. Yet...

Troon venue set to rise from the ashes

A TROON venue gutted by fire last month could be rebuilt and relaunched by the end of the year. Lido in West Portland Street is...

Police ease fears on anti-bigotry law

Police and the Scottish Government have moved to reassure the trade that new anti-bigotry legislation will not impact on the day-to-day running of most premises. But operators say they remain concerned about enforcing the new laws in their pubs. The Offensive Behaviour and Threatening Communications Act, aims to stamp out sectarian songs and abuse likely to cause public disorder at and around football matches and in premises where games, and highlights, are televised.

Good tunes can be music to consumers’ ears

MORE than four in five (82%)consumers will stay in a pub and buy another drink if they like the music that’s playing. New research by...

Food has never been so good

LISINI Pub Co insists the food at Dalziel Park’s Wide Mouth Frog restaurant is its best ever. MD Lisa Wishart said the recruitment of head...

Save the Last song for me

MUSIC lovers can look forward to tapping into their personal music libraries in pubs, thanks to a new link up between Sound Leisure and...

Is social media a friend or foe?

THERE has been a noticeable rise in reports of employees who have been dismissed by their employers for posting inappropriate material regarding their employment...

Glasgow bar hits the high notes

THE “ethical” treatment of musicians is what sets a good music venue apart from its competitors – so says the venue manager of bar...