Thursday, September 19, 2019
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Bash dosh is strictly for scholars

INDUSTRY charity HIT Scotland is enjoying a positive start to the year after raising £16,000 at its Christmas party. The event, held last month in...

New diary app from WSTA

THE Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) has launched a free iPhone app that includes its trade diary for events such as tastings, seminars,...

Retailers hail high street revival plans

A REVIEW of town planning, business rates and red tape could help Scots retailers flourish. That’s the message from the Scottish Grocers’ Federation, which welcomed...

Wetherspoon helps raise cash for CLIC

PUB chain JD Wetherspoon has raised £5 million for CLIC Sargent since forming an alliance with the children’s cancer charity in 2002. Wetherspoon founder...

Venue exchange for Achievers

THE Scottish Wholesale Association’s annual awards ceremony will take place in Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange on February 9. SWA executive director Kate Salmon said Achievers has...

Football fixture

THE High Court will next month consider how the ‘Murphy’ ruling on foreign decoders will apply to UK law. In October European law chiefs ruled...

Crabbie’s bigs up the bard

COCKTAILS and Burns Night might not be a traditional pairing, but it’s a partnership the firm behind Crabbie’s ginger wine aims to highlight this...

Rates scheme brings savings

PUBS and hotels are set to benefit from savings under a Scottish Government business rates relief scheme. More than half (59%) of hotels are paying...

New laws driving wine sales change

THE introduction of the Alcohol Act late last year is changing the way that Scottish consumers buy their wine. That’s the view of major producer...

Howies returns to original owner

AN Edinburgh-based restaurant group has returned to its original owner – four months after going into administration. David Howie Scott founded the Howies chain...