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Travelodge looks for apprentices

TRAVELODGE last week launched what it claims to be the first budget hotel management apprenticeship programme for school leavers. The chain describes its …

Bid to fill leadership gap

A NEW alliance has been struck between the hospitality trade and the academic world to help the industry find the leaders of tomorrow. The International …

Food glorious food is the Crolla mantra

His cost base has soared in the last two years, but the man behind Glasgow’s Bella Napoli, Domenico Crolla, tells Scott Wright why he has no intention of …

Wishart on the talent trail

MARTIN Wishart has been lined up to help judge the Young Chef of the Year category in this year’s Scottish Food and Drink Excellence Awards. The celebrated …

La vie est belle for capital restaurateur

Philippe Bachelet, owner of Grassmarket restaurant Petit Paris, tells Gillian McKenzie why he’s still full of joie de vivre STEPPING in to Petit Paris is …

Caol Ila shows commitment

THE recent announcement by Diageo that it’s to invest £3.5 million to expand production at its Caol Ila distillery on Islay is the latest example of the …

Highland hotel takes top award

The Torridon is named best in Scotland for the second time ONE of Scotland’s most remote hotels has been named the best in Scotland – for the second time. …

Mitch takes trade fight to Holyrood

Cumbernauld club boss Mitch Sorbie is standing as the UKIP candidate for West Scotland in May’s Scottish elections. In this Q&A with SLTN’s Scott …

Whisky exports soar to a ‘record’ high

Distillers launch whisky to raise money for Japan disaster relief effort WHISKY exports brought in £109 a second last year as the value of Scotch shipped …

Spirits scheme to give bars the edge

PERNOD Ricard has launched a new initiative designed to help operators drive sales of premium spirits. With its figures suggesting premium spirits are growing …

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