We're off on our Christmas break now until 5 January, when our daily news service will resume.
(23 December 2003 11:40:14)
Changes to working hours legislation next year will help to make hospitality a more attractive industry to work in, Scottish hoteliers and restaurateurs have said.
(22 December 2003 16:51:42)
Coffee Republic will start expanding its new Republic Deli format from the spring, the coffee bar operator said today, as it posted its half-year results.
(22 December 2003 14:43:09)
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(19 December 2003 10:00:13)
Kent-based brewer Shepherd Neame is testing a scheme to bring cheap wireless broadband internet services to small rural communities via its village pubs.
(18 December 2003 12:21:03)
The Natural Coffee Company has a new range of certified organic ground coffees, including new medium and dark roast coffees, a Fairtrade Swiss Water decaffeinated coffee (a special process that decaffeinates coffee without chemicals), as well as coffees from Ethiopia, Colombia, Sumatra and Papua New Guinea.
(18 December 2003 11:59:05)
Lancashire brewer Moorhouses has announced ambitious plans to have a pub in every major town within a 150-mile radius of its base in Burnley.
(17 December 2003 15:08:02)
Simon Rhatigan, former managing director at hotel and restaurant group Tom's Companies, which owns the 19-bedroom Seaham Hall in County Durham, has bought a hotel in Helmsley, North Yorkshire.
(17 December 2003 13:02:52)
It has reached that time of the year when we start reviewing the past 12 months. We can't help it. Whatever we do, wherever we do it, we all find ourselves taking a backward glance and asking the question: what was it like? Was it good for you? (The year, I mean.)
(17 December 2003 13:01:56)
The world's greatest curry chefs will pit their skills against each other at the 13th annual International Indian Chef of the Year Competition 2003/2004.
(17 December 2003 13:00:17)
Five hospitality companies have triumphed in the Government's National Training Awards, against a multisector field of 1,000 entries.
(17 December 2003 12:51:05)
The UK hotels sector is set for "increased acquisition activity" during the course of 2004 as investors look to get in before the anticipated recovery starts to take effect, according to consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).
(17 December 2003 12:29:03)