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The results of Wednesday's Toque d'Or heats were as follows...

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(10 February 2002 19:04:43)

A mystery box of ingredients in the Nestlé Master Chefs Grand Prix helped create one of the most exciting competitions of the Live Theatre.

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(10 February 2002 18:51:00)

The results of Thursday's senior and junior live theatre competitions, and the Nestlé Toque d'Or heat...

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(10 February 2002 18:38:15)

The results of Friday's senior and junior display salon classes were as follows...

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(10 February 2002 18:25:17)

The results of Friday's Nestlé Toque d'Or competition were...

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(10 February 2002 18:15:33)

Manchester-based hotel management and development firm Countrywide Leisure Management has been awarded the master franchise for the Golden Tulip and Tulip Inn hotel brands in the UK and Ireland.

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(10 February 2002 18:06:11)

A round-up of the weekend's news affecting the hospitality industry...

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(10 February 2002 17:51:55)

Loyd Grossman has scoffed at suggestions that hospitals are having problems implementing the new NHS menus.

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(08 February 2002 15:55:06)

Loyd Grossman has scoffed at suggestions that hospitals are having problems implementing the new NHS menus.

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(08 February 2002 15:52:33)

The Government wants to make it easier for migrants to enter the UK to fill vacancies in industries such as catering that suffer from skills shortages. At the same time it plans to crack down on those working illegally.

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(08 February 2002 14:09:18)

Danish restaurateur Soren Jessen is opening two new restaurants in London.

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(08 February 2002 12:42:36)

There's more to buying equipment than the mere matter of price. How much will it cost to run and to maintain? And where do you buy it? Bob Gledhill looks at the range of concerns.

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(08 February 2002 12:42:36)

The results of Thursday's La Parade competition were as follows...

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(08 February 2002 12:00:42)

While contract caterers may dream of refurbished kitchens, there's the small difficulty of having to cope with using temporary kitchens while the builders are in. Jane Baker talks to some about how they've managed to survive with the minimum of stress.

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(08 February 2002 11:59:10)

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(08 February 2002 11:55:29)

Coastal resorts did their best trade in over a decade in 2001, according to the latest survey from the British Hospitality Association (BHA).

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(08 February 2002 11:47:47)

Caterer.com catches up with some of the big names in the industry visiting Hotelympia 2002...

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(08 February 2002 11:25:33)

Simon Hulstone, head chef of Cheltenham's Bacchanalian restaurant at Hotel on the Park, has won the second Midlands Chef of the Year title.

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(08 February 2002 10:58:16)

TOBIAS STANDS DOWN - Richard Tobias is standing down as chief executive of the British Incoming Tour Operators Association at the end of the year.

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(08 February 2002 10:49:16)

Ireland-based hotel group Jurys Doyle is hoping to raise almost €26m (£16m) to expand its hotel portfolio in the UK.

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(08 February 2002 10:45:10)

There is something particularly gratifying in the news this week that one of the hotels widely expected to be pulled down after the 11 September attacks is not only still standing, but could be accepting guests again by the end of the year.

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(08 February 2002 10:43:07)

The British need to be more vocal in their criticism of poor UK hotels if they want standards to improve, tourism minister Kim Howells said this week as he opened the Hotelympia 2002 exhibition at London's Earls Court.

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(08 February 2002 10:39:50)

A gunman walked into a restaurant in Shepherd's Bush in west London last week and opened fire, wounding a waitress and leaving one man dead.

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(08 February 2002 10:37:55)

Seiyo say yes - Contract catering giant Compass has confirmed the acquisition of Seiyo Food Systems, a Japanese contract caterer.

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(08 February 2002 10:28:53)

Hotel giant Six Continents has billions of pounds available to make itself even bigger. How is the cash going to be spent? Andrew Sangster reports.

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(08 February 2002 10:26:09)

The results from Thursday's senior and junior display salon competition were...

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(08 February 2002 10:21:34)

Severe weather over the weekend brought flood misery to hotels, pubs and restaurants across the UK, and many were bracing themselves for more severe storms predicted to sweep across the country this week.

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(08 February 2002 10:20:59)

Two-Michelin-starred London restaurant Le Gavroche has stopped cooking meals for 47 Park Street, the five-star hotel alongside which it is housed, after 21 years.

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(08 February 2002 10:19:07)

Starwood results - New York-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts reported a loss of $2m (£1.4m) in the three months to 31 December 2001, compared with a profit of $130m (£92m) for the same period in 2000.

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(08 February 2002 10:17:31)

Contract catering giant Compass has won a £5m-a-year deal to provide catering at Silverstone racetrack.

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(08 February 2002 10:14:52)

DARREN PRIDEAUX, from the Feathers hotel in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, will begin work as head chef at the 52-seat Carved Angel restaurant in Dartmouth, Devon, next month.

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(08 February 2002 10:09:50)

JOHN SAVAGE has been appointed executive chef of Albert Roux's restaurant at the Sofitel St James hotel in London.

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(08 February 2002 10:06:24)

Granita, the London restaurant where Tony Blair and Gordon Brown are reputed to have sealed their political partnership seven years ago, has been sold.

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(08 February 2002 9:58:46)

The Swallow group of 13 hotels has been taken off the market by owners Whitbread because the four potential buyers were not offering enough money.

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(08 February 2002 9:54:46)

LACA departure - The Northern Ireland branch of the Local Authority Caterers Association (LACA) has left the association.

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(08 February 2002 9:52:50)

A £500,000 campaign to get more visitors back to London is being launched.

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(08 February 2002 9:50:25)

Caterer.com catches up with some of the big names in the industry visiting Hotelympia 2002...

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(08 February 2002 9:50:06)

The terrorist attacks of 11 September caused a 25% drop in the number of airline meals produced worldwide, according to research by the University of Surrey's Travel Catering Research Centre.

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(08 February 2002 9:48:25)

VisitScotland, the former Scottish Tourist Board, has kicked off its spring advertising programme with a £1.3m campaign aimed at attracting tourists from France, Germany and Belgium, a market worth a total of £113m.

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(08 February 2002 9:46:18)

The luxury Ritz-Carlton chain has returned to New York after a four-year absence with two management contracts for properties in lower Manhattan and Central Park.

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(08 February 2002 9:44:33)

Two senior lecturers from Norwich City College's Hotel School have been accepted as fellows of the HCIMA.

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(08 February 2002 9:42:46)

No longer an international culinary joke, Wales is revelling in having five Michelin stars - at least, as Janet Harmer learns, some people are.

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(08 February 2002 9:41:16)

Neat, the London restaurant of Michelin-starred chef Richard Neat, closed its doors last week, less than eight months after it opened in the Oxo Tower Wharf in May 2001.

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(08 February 2002 9:31:34)

Pubmaster has bought the 1,200 pubs that make up the Inn Partnership Estate from Nomura for £523m, it announced today.

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(07 February 2002 17:28:09)

Contract caterer Scolarest, which is part of Compass, has won a 10-year contract worth £1.7m a year to run café and restaurant facilities at City University, London.

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(07 February 2002 17:14:19)

Ken Ellington has been appointed general manager of the 125-bedroom Swallow hotel in Stockton, Teesside.

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(07 February 2002 16:54:52)

Raymond Blanc has been selected to represent the UK in the grand final of the first World Master of Culinary Arts, to be held in Paris in May.

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(07 February 2002 16:53:17)

Caterer.com catches up with some of the big names in the industry visiting Hotelympia 2002...

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(07 February 2002 16:50:05)

Newly awarded a Bib Gourmand, the Swan in West Malling offers a rustic ambience. Janet Harmer reports.

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(07 February 2002 16:47:18)

Hong Kong-based hotel group Shangri-La is keen to tap in to the potential of the Chinese market, as Jenny Webster reports.

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(07 February 2002 16:42:15)

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