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Man handed life sentence for murder of licensee

A 35-year-old man who stabbed a licensee to death outside his pub has been sentenced to life in prison.

Pubs to sell an extra 7m pints during Six Nations 2020

Experts are backing pubs to convert strong Home Nations showings at the 2019 Rugby World Cup into pints and profit during the first Six Nations championship of a new decade.

Coaching Inn Group breaks into top 100 companies list

The Coaching Inn Group rolled into The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For 2020 list while Oakman Inns, The New World Trading Company and Peach Pub Company also placed.

Tom Kerridge releases Michelin-starred pub recipe book

Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge has announced he is launching a cookbook with 70 of the best dishes that have ever appeared on the menu at his two Michelin-starred pub, the Hand & Flowers.

Licensees urged to ‘give CBD a whirl’

Pub operators should take a chance on CBD drinks, one publican who stocks them has advised.

‘Pubs need a new, young, energetic and enthusiastic generation to take them into the future’

From university dropouts and former apprentices to mastersâ graduates and multiple operators, The Morning Advertiser (MA) spoke to nine publicans who have made their mark at the business end of the bar in their 20s.

One-in-four Brits reckon running a pub is a ‘very difficult’ career

A cocktail of long hours and spiralling sector costs appear too strong for more than three quarters of the British public, who consider running a pub to be a âdifficultâ career path.

Top tips on pub marketing

Using his experience from his pre-pub days, Mark Bridgen from the Dog at Wingham shares his suggestions on how to use marketing to your advantage

Stonegate pub fined £53k after mouse infestation found

A London pub has been hit with a fine of more than Â53,000 after a large mouse infestation was discovered.

What makes Nottingham a good place to own a pub?

Investors are arrowing in on Nottingham and its surrounding towns â especially so since the city introduced a saturation zone 15 years ago.

How are pub companies focusing on sustainability?

Customers want to buy from businesses that demonstrate a good environmental ideology â here are four of the best pubcos that were finalists at the 2019 Publican Awards

Licensees confined to upstairs of pub after flood

The operators of a pub have been unable to leave the upper floor of their pub after extensive flooding caused by Storm Dennis.

Points-based immigration system ‘disastrous for hospitality’

Home Secretary Priti Patel has announced a new points-based immigration system, which will take effect from 1 January 2021 that has been labelled as âdisastrous for hospitalityâ.

Storm warning: ‘only come to the pub if it’s safe’

Storm Dennis has caused damage to pubs across the country this week, with flood warnings in place across the country still.

Coaching Inn Group hits 17-site mark and Camden Town Brewery reveals new-look ‘home of Hells’

Coaching Inn Group, Nicholsonâs, Shoreditch Bar Group and Gibneyâs revealed new additions to their pub estates, while Stonegate and Punch both completed pub projects in the region of Â300,000.

JD Wetherspoon makes switch to Fairtrade sugar

Pub giant JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has announced it will only sell Fairtrade sugar across its entire pub estate.

Euro ban on Man City ‘could cost the night-time economy millions’

The broader impact of UEFAâs decision to ban Manchester City from European football tournaments âcannot be underestimatedâ according to Greater Manchesterâs night-time economy adviser Sacha Lord.

Pub in ‘limbo state’ after TripAdvisor listing change

A publican has said her venueâs future has been thrown into question after it was re-labelled on review site TripAdvisor to be too far outside a city to appear under searches for it.

Ten food safety compliance tips for pub operators

Malcolm Muir, consultancy director at Venners, reads pub operators the diet act and offers 10 tips to stay within the sectorâs food safety laws.

How to tackle the hospitality sector’s £5.1bn food and drink waste problem

Waste in the world of hospitality does not simply mean a pint is knocked over once in a while â we are looking at drinks, food, rubbish and materials that often go to landfill.