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30-Nov-2009 - Early-rising pub, restaurant and hotel operators are being invited to enter Aviko’s 20010 Great British Breakfast Competition
30-Nov-2009 - The Academy of Food & WIne launches the Restaurant Manager of the Year competition 2010 following the success of last year's inaugural competition
30-Nov-2009 - London hotels saw a 1.5 per cent year-on-year rise in occupancy to 85 per cent in October 2009, as the margin of decline in RevPAR decreased to its lowest level since July 2008
30-Nov-2009 - The Restaurant Group has bought Whitbread's Brewers Fayre pub restaurant The Nevil Crest & Gun in Kent with plans to re-open under its Brunning & Price brand
30-Nov-2009 - Scottish brewery BrewDog have broken the record for the world’s strongest beer with its new brew, Tactical Nuclear Penguin, which contains an ABV of 32 per cent
27-Nov-2009 - Vollrath kitchen supplies has designed a range of agion-coated hygienic kitchen utensils combining functionality and safety for the hospitality and catering industry.
27-Nov-2009 - Wine bar and restaurant operator Davy's is selling off the leaseholds on two of its sites - Davy's The Wine Vaults in Croydon and the Dock Blida bar in central...
27-Nov-2009 - The Royal Horseguards, Guoman Hotels’ five-star property near Whitehall, will next month become the third London-based hotel to join the Preferred Hotels & Resorts portfolio
27-Nov-2009 - BigHospitality takes a look at some of the promotions, offers and marketing ideas being run by restaurants, hotels and pubs across the country
27-Nov-2009 - Nathan Outlaw's eponymous restaurant at the Marina Hotel in Fowey will close for good tomorrow and will reopen at St Enodoc Hotel in nearby Rock next year
27-Nov-2009 - The Scottish Government has published its controversial Alcohol Bill, which will give ministers powers to impose minimum pricing, introduce a new tax for retailers and ban off-trade promotions
27-Nov-2009 - Hospitality individuals and businesses have been honoured for their dedication to the industry at Springboard’s Awards for Excellence 2009
27-Nov-2009 - A major supplier of tuna to the restaurant trade has removed all species of the fish from its listings after a report showed that tuna stocks were almost at extinction...
26-Nov-2009 - As well as watching entertainment, most Britons would like to use their hotel room TV to access information on local weather, tourist attractions, restaurants and bars
26-Nov-2009 - Frasers Hospitality, operator of serviced residences around the world, has opened its first boutique hotel in the world in Edinburgh
26-Nov-2009 - Traditional pub dishes like fish & chips, bangers & mash and Sunday roasts are chosen by 90 per cent of diners when eating at a pub indicating that diners prefer 'a...
26-Nov-2009 - Park Plaza Westminster Bridge appoints a conference and banqueting director, while ISS Eaton’s One Moorgate Place gets a new sales and marketing manager
26-Nov-2009 - The Food Standards Agency has come under attack for failing to give the industry proper guidance on how to introduce nutritional information onto menus
26-Nov-2009 - Gordon Ramsay Holdings has been given just weeks to settle outstanding tax debts on two of its businesses, after being taken to court by HM Revenue and Customs
25-Nov-2009 - Employers seeking to hire workers from outside the EU must now advertise job vacancies for an extra two weeks, to allow British workers more time to apply
25-Nov-2009 - Interior designer Jim Lawrence has created a range of individual and handcrafted products especially for the hospitality industry
25-Nov-2009 - In this exclusive interview chef Michael Caines talks about his plans for the Bath Priory, Abode hotels and his work with Exeter College
25-Nov-2009 - BHA chief executive Bob Cotton has been given an honourary fellowship of the BAHA in recognition of his 'outstanding service' to the hospitality industry
25-Nov-2009 - The British Hospitality Association is to look at the impact a reduction in VAT would have on hotels following calls to bring the rate down while members of the industry have...
25-Nov-2009 - The sector skills council predicts college-based learning will be hit hard because the government is likely to favour apprenticeships and work place-based learning courses next year
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