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A Wiltshire pub that was acquired through Channel Four’s Relocation Relocation programme in 2005 has been put on the market.
(31 January 2007 15:01:00)
Technology increasingly underpins many of the processes in the hospitality industry. But what are going to be the main trends in 2007, and what are the main technology challenges facing the sector overthe next 12 months? Ross Bentley asks the experts
(31 January 2007 13:37:00)
Contactless payment systems are evolving fast, and mobile phones are destined to become the preferred method of payment. Added security, speed and direct marketing capabilities are the clear benefits for hospitality businesses. Ben Walker reports
(31 January 2007 13:37:00)
Individual Restaurant Company (IRC) said it experienced strong trading over the Christmas period, with sales largely driven by six new openings completed during the year.
(31 January 2007 12:23:00)
What the restaurant critics think of the food in eateries around the UK and the world...
(31 January 2007 10:34:00)
Dirty hotel bathrooms are the number one dislike for business travellers, research has revealed.
(31 January 2007 10:22:04)
Celebrity chef Jean Christophe Novelli has joined forces with frozen food giant Findus to create a range of ready meals.
(31 January 2007 10:01:00)
Northern Ireland looks set to ban high fat snacks and sugary fizzy drinks in schools from September this year.
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The fallout at restaurant chain FishWorks has continued with the resignation of the company’s finance director and questions raised about its future.
(30 January 2007 16:51:00)
A host of restaurant operators have signed up to the £500m regeneration of Bristol's central shopping area, it was announced today.
(30 January 2007 16:02:00)
Italian restaurant and food shop group Carluccio’s has performed well over the Christmas period and is on track with its expansion plans, it said today.
(30 January 2007 12:30:00)
Luminar Leisure has completed a £76.8m sale-and-leaseback deal at 20 properties, as part of its disposal of its entertainment division.
(30 January 2007 9:55:00)
Budding restaurateurs are being invited to take part in a new BBC 2 TV series, which will see nine couples set up and run their own eateries.
(30 January 2007 9:43:00)
The Government will reveal the locations of 17 new casinos, including one giant Las Vegas-style supercasino with 12,250 slot machines, at 11am.
(30 January 2007 9:34:00)
Leisure group Whitbread has announced that Angie Risley will be stepping down as an executive board director at the end of May 2007.
(29 January 2007 11:16:00)
A round-up of the weekend's news affecting the hospitality industry. News includes: Whitbread; Macdonald Hotels;Jamie Oliver; Mitchells & Butlers; Jurys Inn; City Inn; and Wetherspoon
(29 January 2007 10:33:00)
Essential news from around the world, including: Corinthia signs deal with Lafider s.p.a; Burger King to open 40 restaurants in Mexico; Brussels get three new Thon hotels
(29 January 2007 8:30:00)
Hotel company Golden Tulip UK has promoted Andrew Silver to the new post of managing director.
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