Thursday, July 2, 2020

Fresh calls to scrap licence renewals

Lawyers and trade groups want ten-year lifespan ditched
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Alcohol label laws slammed

Holyrood is watching new Irish measures “with interest”

City clubbers give scanner thumbs up

Almost 10,000 clubbers have given the thumbs up to a new fingerprint ID scanner – less than four weeks after it was installed at a Glasgow club. The Scannet system, which operator Carlo Citti initially launched in Campus on Sauchiehall Street before rolling it out to sister venues O’Couture and Club 520, requires customers to register their passport or driving licence details and provide their thumb print.

Property firm snaps up rival

Jones Lang LaSalle and King Sturge merge in £197 million deal. JONES Lang LaSalle has strengthened its standing in the licensed property market in Scotland after agreeing to acquire rival firm King Sturge.

Employment focus for Glasgow festival

Front of House Festival kicks off tomorrow. AN EMPLOYMENT-focused festival that aims to encourage more young people and jobseekers to consider roles in hospitality kicks...
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Attraction’s tribute to dark side of gin

The illicit gin trade of 18th century Edinburgh is to be celebrated in new late night gin tasting tours beneath the Royal Mile .

The spirits are new in St Andrews

Kingsbarns Distillery in St Andrews is offering its visitor centre customers the chance to buy new make spirit before it has been through the maturation...
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New Scots stars in Michelin Guide

Two Scottish hotels have picked up a coveted Michelin star in the latest edition of the Michelin Guide.

Oil price hurting Aberdeen trade

The fall in oil prices is said to be having a significant impact on Aberdeen’s hotels, bars and restaurants. The price of a barrel of...

Got the bottle for a big investment

The Black Wolf Brewery is able to bottle all of its own beers on-site from this week thanks to a six-figure investment in the...