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Sunday, April 18, 2021
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Regular articles and general news


Scottish Government publishes updated reopening guidance

The Scottish Government has published updated sector guidance for tourism and hospitality businesses.

Revised levels info published

The Scottish Government has published updated details of its COVID protection levels, detailing what will be allowed in hospitality premises from 26th April.

Unviable for two thirds of venues to open on 26th April, says trade group

Trade groups have reiterated calls for the Scottish Government to further ease restrictions, claiming it will be unviable for two thirds of venues to open on 26th April.

Hospitality businesses can welcome tourists from 26th April, says FM, as travel bans lift

Scottish hospitality businesses, including those on the islands, will be able to welcome visitors from 26th April, first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.

Join SLTN and Pernod Ricard for virtual whisky tasting

SLTN and Pernod Ricard UK have joined forces to host a special virtual whisky tasting next month

Young chefs get creative

Three apprentice chefs at a West Lothian restaurant had the chance to flex their creative muscles recently when they each had the chance to take over the venue’s takeaway menu.

Gordon & MacPhail digs deep for charity

Gordon & MacPhail, the family-owned whisky firm, is making a difference in its community after raising thousands of pounds for a local charity.

City gastropub will aim for the top

The team behind a new Glasgow venue hopes to establish it as one of the world’s top gastropubs.

Tech firm claims nearly two thirds of consumers are open to vaccine passports

Almost two thirds of consumers would be comfortable with hospitality venues requiring them to show a vaccine ‘passport’, according to new research.

Island businesses demand clarity over travel

Hospitality businesses across the Scottish islands have demanded clarity from the Scottish Government on when they can reopen to visitors from the mainland.