Saturday, January 16, 2021

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Regular articles and general news

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Scottish trade gives VAT cut thumbs up

Majority of licensees north of border support tax change, survey says A MAJORITY of Scottish licensees reckon a cut in the VAT rate would have...
Brander Lodge hotel in Bridge of Awe, near Oban.

An Awe-inspiring refit for Argyll hotel

Operator puts heart and soul into refurbishment of The Brander Lodge

Chef’s Special: Jamie Walker

Jamie Walker, Chef, Alea Casino, Glasgow With floor-to-ceiling windows offering views across the River Clyde, the Red Leaf restaurant at Alea Glasgow majors in modern...

Graduating with honours

WORKERS in the Scottish drinks industry were among those honoured at a recent Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) event in London.
Brewdog beers

Crafting more collaboration

Brewdog secures record funds as it unveils growth plans
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Happy days ahead for capital hotels

THE Commonwealth Games, the Ryder Cup, healthy corporate bookings and additional flight routes are all expected to provide a boost to Edinburgh’s hotel sector...

Trade already feeling brunt of Brexit

SCOTTISH hospitality businesses are already feeling a negative impact from Brexit, according to the most recent SLTA survey.

Buzzworks outlet gutted by fire

<img src='https://sltn.co.uk/wp-content/gallery/02_12/1_1.jpg' alt='1_1' class='ngg-singlepic ngg-none' /> TROON bar and restaurant Lido was gutted by fire last Sunday (February 5). More than 30 firefighters tackled the blaze...

Action on bank closures needed

Operators and trade groups have called on the UK government to legislate in order to prevent banks from closing branches in rural areas .

Spotlight shines on hospitality sector

Events will highlight industry’s key role in Scots economy SCOTLAND’S tourism and hospitality sector will be in the spotlight next month as the ScotHot trade...