Thursday, December 3, 2020
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Regular articles and general news

Petition calls on Scottish Government to ‘tweak the tiers’

A petition calling on the Scottish Government to ‘tweak the tiers’ has been launched by trade organisation the Scottish Hospitality Group (SHG)

Calls for urgent support as restrictions hammer hospitality businesses

Urgent support that goes “way beyond what is currently on offer” is needed for hospitality businesses as new figures show most pub and hospitality businesses will trade at a loss or be unviable under level three and four coronavirus restrictions

Crieff Hydro keeps it in the family

It's a family affair for hospitality group Crieff Hydro as the company relaunches its gin brand with a new face at the helm

Closures expected due to travel ban

The new law against travelling to and from level three and four areas is likely to lead to hotel closures across Scotland, according to the Scottish Tourism Alliance

Eleven council areas to move into highest restrictions level

Eleven council areas in the central belt will be moved into level four – the highest level of coronavirus restrictions – from Friday (November 20) until at least December 11

Healthy Hospo launches wellness training app

Healthy Hospo has launched a new web app to help hospitality workers lead healthier lives

At the cutting edge of Scotch

Gordon & MacPhail, the independent Scotch whisky bottler, distiller and wholesaler, has confirmed the name of its new Speyside distillery

Claims for extended furlough scheme now live

Businesses can apply for payments through the UK Government’s extended Coronavirus Job Retention (or ‘furlough’) Scheme from today (November 11)

Levels ‘tweak’ could be the difference between survival and closure

Trade organisation the Scottish Hospitality Group has called on the Scottish Government to “tweak” its levels system in order to allow later opening in levels two and three

Holyrood committee votes against Pubs Code Bill

The Scottish Parliament committee tasked with weighing the cases for and against a Scottish pubs code has said it does not support the creation of a code in Scotland