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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 .

Last call for scholarship

There's still time for chefs to apply for the Hospitality Industry Trust (HIT) Scotland’s inaugural Andrew Fairlie Scholarship .

A star in the neighbourhood

A local pub in the village of Busby near Glasgow is set to be transformed by a £385,000 revamp by Star Pubs & Bars and new licensee Andy Crossan .

Borthwick Castle’s Derek Johnstone in the running for National Chef of the Year 2020...

Midlothian-based chef Derek Johnstone is one of ten to have reached the final of this year’s UK-wide National Chef of the Year contest .

Whisky tourism is still in growth

Growing curiosity about Scotch credited with boosting visits
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Government to review renewals

Plans to ‘assess what value the renewal process brings’ .

SEV licensing on agenda

Glasgow City Council has become the first local authority to launch a consultation on the possible licensing of sexual entertainment venues (SEVs) in its area .

Operator vows to rebuild after blaze

The operator of an award-winning Isle of Mull pub gutted by fire last month has vowed to rebuild it .

Trade tributes to Harry Hood

Friends remember veteran operator who was ‘always on the ball’ .

Rates Bill should address all issues

Business rates legislation must go further, says trade .