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A taste of the tropics. Nelson, By Samantha Jan 22, 2021 718
Time is called on struggling pubs; Thousands of licensed premises forced to close their doors. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 22, 2021 297
Return of Michelin awards is a sign of confidence that restaurants will recover from Covid - Stephen Jardine; As the pandemic continues, it's amazing how our horizons shrink. Back in the autumn, travelling was what many missed most. Now it's simply going to the pub or sitting down in a restaurant for something to eat and someone saying "here is the menu". Stephen Jardine Jan 22, 2021 636
Time is called on struggling pubs; Thousands of licensed premises forced to close their doors. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 22, 2021 297
Pub group plans to pull in PS92m through shares. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 21, 2021 498
Pub to serve up live music again as new owner reveals its revival plans. Jan 21, 2021 179
Wetherspoon's taps investors for funds as it eyes acquisitions in battered pub sector. Jan 21, 2021 593
Wetherspoon's second cash call part of a 'pub trawl' by cash-rich industry figures. Jan 21, 2021 460
What an insult to hospitality industry, fumes pub landlord. Jan 21, 2021 433
Pub group plans to pull in PS92m through shares. DAVID BANNER newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 21, 2021 498
Pubs shut until APRIL says chain. Jan 20, 2021 194
Pubs chief calls for licensees to have more help; Alcohol takeaway ban unfair says Camra branch chairman. JOHN CORSER john.corser@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 20, 2021 250
JD Wetherspoon Raises GBP94 Million In Placing At Top Of Price Range. Jan 20, 2021 502
Wetherspoon seeks [pounds sterling]92 million cash boost as pubs expected to stay shut until March; Pub giant JD Wetherspoon has said that it expects its pubs to remain shut until at least the end of March as it plans to issue new stocks to secure a [pounds sterling]92 million cash boost. Henry Saker-Clark, PA Jan 19, 2021 433
Fire service called back to empty pub. Jan 19, 2021 275
Bartlett pub taking flight to spot next to new bowling alley. Eric Peterson epeterson@dailyherald.com Jan 19, 2021 408
Seaside cafe and bar closes; SHUTTERS GO DOWN ON POPULAR SPOT. JADE MCELWEE jade.mcelwee@reachplc.com @JADEMREPORTER Jan 19, 2021 373
Hospitality chain scoops top gong at bar and pub awards. Jan 19, 2021 187
Help out when ordering in by making sure you support local businesses; With restaurants, pubs and bars shut for everything except take aways, make sure that when you do order in you do it from someone local to increase the chances they'll still be around when things open up again. By, James Andrews Jan 18, 2021 324
Wetherspoon set for sales slump. Jan 18, 2021 267
Huge pub sales slump to be revealed by JD Wetherspoon; The November lockdown in England and tiered restrictions have hit the national chain hard. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 18, 2021 444
Huge pub sales slump to be revealed by JD Wetherspoon; The November lockdown in England and tiered restrictions have hit the national chain hard. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 18, 2021 444
Last chance saloon for city pub industry. Jan 18, 2021 279
SELF HELPFOR keeping tabs on the amount you drink at home. DR MIRIAM STOPPARD Jan 18, 2021 182
SELF HELPFOR keeping tabs on the amount you drink at home; DMUULS 26 DAILY MIRROR MONDAY 18.01.2021 Dr Miriam Stoppard. Dr Miriam Stoppard Jan 18, 2021 182
Councils 'messing up' Covid pub cash. Stephen Hayward Jan 17, 2021 182
JD Wetherspoon to reveal full impact of the lockdown; In November, the group said it would burn through [pounds sterling]14 million for each month its pubs remain shut. By, Neil Shaw Jan 17, 2021 444
Blaze rips though derelict pub. Jan 16, 2021 234
Bangkok pub raid 65 caught in net. Jan 16, 2021 264
UK Pubs And Restaurants Suffer "Dreadful" Christmas As Sales Dive 72%. Jan 15, 2021 455
Pubs and restaurants suffer festive flop as Christmas sales slump. James Warrington Jan 15, 2021 493
Anchor pub sets up as off-licence. KELLEY PRICE kelley.price@reachplc.com @kelleyprice_gaz Jan 15, 2021 336
Man crushed by taxi after falling into road. THOMAS GEORGE newsdesk@men-news.co.uk Jan 15, 2021 396
Pub's lockdown l wn lock-ins. Jan 15, 2021 441
Pubs, restaurants and bars suffered 'dreadful' Christmas as sales plummeted; Sales dropped by almost three quarters in December. By, Nisha Mal Jan 15, 2021 452
UK economy shrank by another 2.6 per cent in November; "The economy took a hit from restrictions put in place to contain the pandemic during November, with pubs and hairdressers seeing the biggest impact.2. By, Neil Shaw Jan 15, 2021 173
Restoring Glasgow's golden age - voco Grand Central, Glasgow; Built in the 19th-century as a Great British Railway hotel attached to Glasgow Central Station, the Iandmark Grand Central Hotel has been refurbished and is relaunching as Scotland's first voco branded hotel. Part of the IHG Hotels Resorts group, there are five other voco hotels in the UK with another one due to open in Edinburgh's Haymarket this year. Voco Grand Central is closed due to Covid now, but taking bookings for summer and a book now pay later offer means no cancellation fee or deposit, and full cancellations up to three days before a stay. Janet Christie Jan 15, 2021 865
Hangar Two brewpub set for takeoff in Glenview. Dave Oberhelman doberhelman@dailyherald.com Jan 14, 2021 352
Pub bombings convoy fine branded 'tasteless'. Jan 14, 2021 380
Crippling costs, no trade and a grant that 'does not cover rent' City centre cafe and bar owner describes 'scandal' leaving her business on the brink. Sanjeeta Bains Staff Reporter Jan 14, 2021 956
County council offering cash help as rural pubs struggle under lockdown. Jan 13, 2021 713
Pub to be turned into Supported living flats. Jan 13, 2021 170
Pub to be turned into Supported living flats. Jan 13, 2021 170
Drinking outside in all level four areas will be illegal from Saturday; Addressing Parliament this afternoon, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, announced that as of Saturday, it will be illegal to consume alcohol outside in all level four areas. Beth Murray Jan 13, 2021 327
New bid for late night pub hours; locals fear noise as chain makes fresh extension claim. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMORG01 Jan 12, 2021 324
Cannabis farm found in empty pub; NEWS WIRE. Jan 12, 2021 203
Thief jailed after breaking into bar. DANNY MCKAY Jan 12, 2021 614
Murderer 'was insane' at time of pub horror. Jan 12, 2021 487
18th-century tavern where Enlightenment-era figures drank to be revived for Edinburgh's virtual Burns festival; An 18th-century tavern where Robert Burns, David Hume, Adam Smith, Deacon Brodie, James Watt and Benjamin Franklin were once regulars is to be revived to become the centrepiece of Edinburgh's alternative Burns Night celebrations this year. Brian Ferguson Jan 11, 2021 714
Bon Accord owners urged to confirm extension plans. Jan 11, 2021 554
City pub helps to feed the needy; GOG AND MAGOG DELIVERS AID TO CHARITY. KATIE TIMMS katie.timms@reachplc.com @katietimms94 Jan 11, 2021 372
Pubs in England may be shut until May as expert says lockdown should run to April; The Government is looking at new rules for England. By, Neil Shaw Jan 11, 2021 519
England and Wales lost 446 pubs in 2020, latest figures show; Pubs which have 'vanished' from the communities that they once served have either been demolished and/or converted into other types such as homes and offices. By, Neil Shaw Jan 11, 2021 409
Pubs could be closed for five months as lockdown extension touted; Pubs are set to be one of the last businesses to reopen and Government ministers are said to be considering the May bank holiday as the time to reopen. By, Sam Truelove Jan 11, 2021 669
Care home's own boozer. Jan 10, 2021 177
HISTORIC PUB LEFT DEFACED. GRAHAM YOUNG News Reporter Jan 10, 2021 741
Police crack down on Hat Yai pub for Covid-19 prevention measures. Jan 9, 2021 239
Marston's optimistic for future - despite coronavirus. Jan 9, 2021 372
Brains could move after Marston's deal. Jan 9, 2021 178
Pub-goers face long wait for a pint. Jan 9, 2021 201
Pub closed down as food room had no running water; Safety officials inspection finds hygiene law breach. PAT FLANAGAN Jan 9, 2021 273
Brexit and Covid are creating a 'perfect storm' that threatens a cornerstone of our culture: beer - Colin Wilson; The brewing industry in Scotland, and across the UK, is under more pressure than ever as it faces a perfect storm of disruption from Covid-19 and Brexit. Colin Wilson Jan 9, 2021 630
Marston's predicts pub closures will last until March at the earliest. Jan 9, 2021 601
Domino's, Wetherspoon and Metro Bank among least preferred stocks for broker Liberum. Jan 9, 2021 508
Fugitive finally caught after driving to pub in BMW on false plates. ASHLIE BLAKEY ashlie.blakey@trinitymirror.com @ashlieblakey Jan 9, 2021 532
PUB-GOERS FACE WAIT FOR A PINT. JOHN CORSER Business Editor Jan 9, 2021 220
Welsh beer may be brewed over border. Jan 9, 2021 185
Mitchells & Butlers reports sharp slowdown in sales as lockdown hits festive trading. Financial report Jan 8, 2021 532
Signs of life as bar set to open. Jan 8, 2021 290
Bars group seeking to raise capital to ensure its survival; Mitchells& Butlers says it is prudent to consider an equity raise as its sites are standing idle. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 8, 2021 278
Man did handstands and threatened staff. DANNY MCKAY Jan 8, 2021 502
Bar to stay shut as hotel owners retire. Jan 8, 2021 343
Bars group seeking to raise capital to ensure its survival; Mitchells& Butlers says it is prudent to consider an equity raise as its sites are standing idle. james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk JAMES PUGH Jan 8, 2021 278
New pub jobs are Inn the pipeline; SEAHOUSES ECONOMY IS BOOSTED AS VENUE'S SET TO EXPAND. COREENA FORD Business Writer coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk @scoopford Jan 8, 2021 438
Pub group with more than 20 Scottish venues warns closures likely until March; The boss of Marston's, the pubs group which has been building up its Scottish presence, has warned he does not expect venues to reopen until March at the earliest and even then physical distancing measures are likely to remain in place. Scott Reid and Simon Neville Jan 8, 2021 434
Marston's Says Carlsberg Deal Cushions Financial Blow Of Closures. Jan 8, 2021 380
Santo Tomas LGU threatens to revoke permits of PUB, PUJ not following COVID-19 safety protocols. Jan 7, 2021 224
TOP NEWS: Mitchells & Butlers Explores Cash Raise As Pubs Close Again. Jan 7, 2021 449
UK WINNERS & LOSERS SUMMARY: Mitchells & Butlers Down Amid Raise Plan. Jan 7, 2021 360
Lockdown pubs in focus as Mitchells & Butlers updates on Thursday. Jan 7, 2021 368
Flats could go ahead despite pub noise fears. Jan 7, 2021 229
Owner of Edinburgh's historic Sheep Heid Inn and All Bar One warns future of hospitality sector 'extremely uncertain'; Mitchells & Butlers, the owner of All Bar One, Miller & Carter and scores of popular Scottish pubs, is to tap investors for fresh cash after lockdowns forced the closure of hundreds of sites. Scott Reid Jan 7, 2021 614
Hotel's owners hoping to be calling time soon. KATHRYN WYLIE Jan 7, 2021 578
Venues having to close for New Year's Eve in tier three had financial impact. ANITA MERRITT anita.merritt@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jan 7, 2021 473
Pubs praised after donating food to groups which help feed homeless. CHARLOTTE VOWLES charlotte.vowles@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jan 7, 2021 320
Novel idea sees book set inside underground long-lost pub. NICHOLAS DAWSON News Reporter Jan 6, 2021 421
Brains beers may have to be brewed in England. sion barry Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Jan 6, 2021 1186
Iconic Welsh brand Brains may be brewed in England. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Jan 6, 2021 1189
Restaurant and pub closures see supermarkets boom in December; Store giants saw sales jump 11% in festive run-up. OWEN HUGHES Business Correspondent owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk Jan 6, 2021 295
Takeaway ban could sound the death knell for struggling pubs. JOHN CORSER john.corser@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 6, 2021 604
New rules leaving a bitter taste. NICK HUMPHREYS nick.humphreys@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 6, 2021 360
Takeaway ban could sound the death knell for struggling pubs. Jan 6, 2021 332
New fears for pubs after takeaway pints banned. JOSH PAYNE Jan 6, 2021 560
Landlady disputes PS1k Covid breach. Jan 5, 2021 233
Job opportunity at 'haunted' pub. Jan 5, 2021 170
Family's ambition to make a success of historic pub. RORY SMITH rory.smith@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 5, 2021 742
Pub chain is blamed for decision to close bar; HOLIDAY VILLAGE OWNER IS THROWING IN THE TOWEL. OLIVIER VERGNAULT olivier.vergnault@reachplc.com Jan 5, 2021 317
'His voice helped create something truly special'. CHARLOTTE HADFIELD ECHO Reporter charlotte.hadfield@trinitymirror.com @Charl_hadfield Obituary Jan 4, 2021 642
Please close, venues told amid New Year crowds. Jan 4, 2021 269
Police ask pubs selling takeaways to close; crowds gather as venues sell off stock. SARA NICHOL Reporter sara.nichol@ncjmedia.co.uk Jan 4, 2021 453
Reveler fatally stabs bar manager after failing to pay for drinks. Jan 2, 2021 155
Owner's fears for future of city bars continue; "You can only keep going until the money runs out. '. BARBARA HODGSON Reporter barbara.hodgson@ncjmedia.co.uk Jan 2, 2021 750
15 people found in New Year's Eve 'shebeen' raid; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: HOSPITAL L GUARD OF HONOUR FOR NURSE. CLAIRE GORMAN Jan 2, 2021 270
Streets deserted as city stays closed to revellers. cathy owen Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk Jan 2, 2021 420
Police storm packed party shed decked out like a pub full of New Year's revellers; Gardai in Kildare raided the premises, which appeared to be a well-stocked, comfortably furnished watering hole with "all the trappings of a traditional pub" and plenty of spirits. By, Donal MacNamee & Milo Boyd Jan 1, 2021 446
New Year's Day 2021 opening hours for Tesco, Asda, Aldi, Lidl, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Waitrose; Here's when Aldi, Asda, Lidl, M&S, Morrisons, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Waitrose will open. By, Simon Meechan Jan 1, 2021 366
Bars for when we can meet again... ELLE MAY RICE ECHO Reporter elle.mayrice@trinitymirror.com @ellemayrice Jan 1, 2021 1048
TIER 'Six hours notice of lockdown' slammed by city's restaurants; BARS AND DINERS HIT OUT AT TIMING OF GOVERNMENT'S TIER ANNOUNCEMENT T. GEMMA JALEEL ECHO reporter gemma.jaleel@trinitymirror.com @gemmajaleel Jan 1, 2021 651
Pub's name change goes viral - but message is serious; owners look to regenerate new brighton. ELLEN KIRWIN ECHO Reporter ellen.kirwin@trinitymirror.com @ellen_kirwin Jan 1, 2021 554
'The money that was meant for a new venue is now going on survival'. BARBARA HODGSON Reporter barbara.hodgson@ncjmedia.co.uk Jan 1, 2021 971
Ibrox disaster: We were saved from tragic crush by offer of free drink; On the afternoon of January 2, 1971, a Glasgow bar manager unwittingly offered two young musicians the chance to see out the rest of their lives. David Mclean Jan 1, 2021 1050
Hospitality trade hit again as venues shut their doors; Pubs no longer able to remain open after county is moved into higher coronavirus tier. LISA O'BRIEN lisa.obrien@mnamedia.co.uk Jan 1, 2021 371
Pub one of many that failed to pay minimum wage. GRAEME WHITFIELD Business Editor graeme.whitfield@ncjmedia.co.uk Jan 1, 2021 510
After 15 years, please help me find out what happened to Martin.. Dad's appeal over son, 21, who went missing in 2006 EXCLUSIVE. SHAUNA CORR Jan 1, 2021 897
Toot shuts for now 'to preserve safety' CITY'S PERSIAN RESTAURANT PRESSES PAUSE IN NEW YEAR. EVE WATSON eve.watson@reachplc.com Jan 1, 2021 499
Eight ways wine will change in 2021. Habits, By Elin Mccoy Bloomberg Where To Start? Covid-19 Upended All Our Oenophile; Ever), Shifting Jan 1, 2021 1115
Eight ways wine will change in 2021. Elin McCoy Bloomberg Jan 1, 2021 1308
Suspect collapse in court for allegedly not drinking for hours. Dec 31, 2020 264
Venues reopened - and you could get a haircut - as lockdown eased. MARK ANDREWS mark.andrews@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 31, 2020 720
Islands Covid-19 outbreak grows. Dec 31, 2020 402
Nicola Sturgeon thanks BrewDog owner for offering up venues in Scotland for vaccine roll-out; The First Minister has thanked the CEO of Scottish multinational brewery and pub chain BrewDog for offering his closed venues up to the Scottish Government as spaces for them to quickly distribute the coronavirus vaccine in Scotland. Hannah Brown Dec 31, 2020 293
Pub confirms it will remain shut until an easing of Covid restrictions. PAUL GREAVES paul.greaves@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Dec 31, 2020 371
Son thanks pub staff for all they do to help people in their community. CHARLOTTE VOWLES charlotte.vowles@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Dec 31, 2020 595
20million begin life in Tier 4 as doctors beg Brits not to have New Year parties; People across most of the Midlands and northern England are waking up to the same rules as the November lockdown today -with gatherings banned, and pubs, gyms, non-essential shops and some schools forced to close. By, Dan Bloom Dec 31, 2020 799
BUSINESSES THAT MUST NOW CLOSE BY LAW. Dec 31, 2020 424
'Pubs made a scapegoat' as uni-land closed; JJ DONOGHUE: THE CARDIFFIAN echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. Dec 31, 2020 670
City's cheerful haunts gone and sadly missed. thomas deacon Reporter thomas.deacon@walesonline.co.uk Dec 31, 2020 504
Marston's to take on 150 Brains pubs across Wales. Dec 31, 2020 324
Landlady seething as lorries keep damaging historic pub; NEWS IN BRIEF. Dec 31, 2020 214
Venues reopened - and you could get a haircut - as lockdown eased. MARK ANDREWS mark.andrews@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 31, 2020 720
Wet pubs left high and dry in wait for grants; LANDLORDS CLAIM DELAY IS 'DISGRACEFUL'. NICK LAVIGUEUR Dec 30, 2020 542
Talks over new pub for town have collapsed; FRUITLESS END TO FOUR YEARS OF DISCUSSIONS WITH BIG CHAIN OVER PLOT OF LAND. BRAD GRAY brad.gray@reachplc.com @Brad_Gray_ Dec 30, 2020 304
Neutrosophic [[mu].bar]-Topological spaces. Arar, Murad; Jafari, Saeid Dec 30, 2020 7358
How bars, restaurants weathered Covid-19 effects. Dec 29, 2020 318
Shut village pub to be converted to homes in plan. NICK LAVIGUEUR editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Dec 29, 2020 362
A year of quitters; 2020 sees the highest number of people stop smoking since 2007. MIKE KELLY Reporter mike.kelly@reachplc.com Dec 29, 2020 642
Call for hospitality businesses hit by Hogmanay shutdown to get extra support; Pubs, bars and other businesses reliant on Hogmanay as a key source of revenue should get extra government support after being forced to close through Covid restrictions, Scottish Labour has claimed, as its party leader accused the government minister responsible for hospitality of failing to fight hard enough for the industry. Gina Davidson Dec 29, 2020 581
Club staff fined for drinking after curfew; police found group drinking in city centre bar at 1.30am. ELLEN KIRWIN ECHO Reporter ellen.kirwin@trinitymirror.com @ellen_kirwin Dec 29, 2020 793
New Year's Eve rules for Tiers 1, 2, 3 and 4 -everything you can and can't do; People across England will have very different rules to follow on New Year's Eve, as each tier has very different restrictions on socialising and hospitality. By, Daisy Naylor Dec 28, 2020 570
Man fined [pounds sterling]200 for Covid breach as police carry out spot-checks at Yorkshire Coast pub; A man was fined [pounds sterling]200 for breaching coronavirus rules while visiting a Filey pub. Sarah Fitton Dec 28, 2020 184
Little cheer for pub bosses in the region. ANNA TWIZELL anna.twizell@reachplc.com @annatwizell Dec 28, 2020 1268
Marston's Welsh pubs could be branded Brains after take-over. Dec 28, 2020 351
Old pub to be turned into Co-op store at last. ROBERT SUTCLIFFE robert.sutcliffe@trinitymirror.com @MRRSUTCLIFFE Dec 28, 2020 282
Marston's Welsh pubs could take the name of Brains. Dec 28, 2020 376
Covid: Nicola Sturgeon's puritanical, authoritarian streak means pubs and restaurants are being unfairly treated - Richard Leonard; The Scottish Labour movement and the hospitality industry have not always been natural bedfellows. Richard Leonard Dec 28, 2020 1130
City pub is seeking support; FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED TO HELP PRESERVE BUSINESS. PETER CHAPMAN peter.chapman@reachplc.com Dec 28, 2020 411
Health chiefs hope to build on success as smokers quit habit. Dec 26, 2020 598
Marston's urged to keep pubs as locals. Dec 26, 2020 164
Pub shut after breaching rules. Dec 26, 2020 258
Expansion go-ahead to save pub. TRIGG Local Democracy Reporter Dec 26, 2020 311
Shops are new use for hangman's pub. Dec 17, 2020 179
PS1,000 fine for pub flouting ban. Dec 17, 2020 248
Government set to review hospitality alcohol ban. Dec 17, 2020 244
Pubs urged to apply for extra funding help. Dec 17, 2020 237
THE DRAFT PROJECT; Apres ski and Oktoberfest pop up at outdoor bar. Words by Karla Sinclair / Photos by Brandon Farquhar Dec 17, 2020 843
City pub group boss probed over alleged drugs offences. ALASTAIR GOSSIP Dec 17, 2020 372
Pub landlord welcomes spot-check police visits; FORCE VISITS HELP TO ENSURE COVID RULES ARE FOLLOWED. ALEX GREEN alex.green@reachplc.com Dec 17, 2020 515
Curtain up on work to build new theatre any audience member. Our 'theatre bar' will help the city build back some confidence, and we'll only open the larger theatre space when we can safely welcome full houses again. We're champing at the bit with an incredible programme already lined up." " Coun Marcus Johns said: "I am hugely excited to see 53two's return to the city centre and announc their upcoming theatre space. It's a massive boost in confidence for our city and our cultural scene. "I can't wait to get back in my seat and enjoying home-grown shows. "Theatre, arts and culture are crucial ingredients to the success of Manchester city centre and ultimately all of Greater Manchester. Now the sector needs our help and support more than ever.". DAISY JACKSON daisy.jackson@trinitymirror.com @daisyejackson Dec 26, 2020 319
Rats 'immune to poison' could start invading homes in desperate search for food; An expert has warned that rodents will be more desperate following the closure of pubs and restaurants, with the rat population estimated to have swelled by 25 per cent in lockdown. By, Dave Burke Dec 26, 2020 381
More people drinking alone at home amid pandemic. Dec 25, 2020 248
Scots smoking ban PR offensive launched as opposition stiffened; A national public relations offensive to get "as many voices as possible" behind Scotland's groundbreaking smoking ban was mobilised as growing opposition was relayed to ministers, it has emerged. Scott Macnab Dec 25, 2020 607
Dining and gin awards for rural pub. Dec 24, 2020 292
Marston's set to take over N.Wales Brains pubs. Dec 24, 2020 340
Marston's takes on another 150 pubs and helps save 1,300 jobs. Dec 24, 2020 344
Marston's takes over all 156 Brains pubs in Wales. sion barry Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Dec 24, 2020 604
WEBCHAT English brewery firm Marston's takes over 156 Brains pubs in Wales. Dec 24, 2020 292
Pub customers told to leave; POLICE PAY VISIT TO PUB AFTER 'RULE BREACH'. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Dec 24, 2020 288
220,000 businesses forced to stay closed from Boxing Day; Hairdressers, gyms, shops, pubs and restaurants are among those having to stay shut. By, Neil Shaw Dec 24, 2020 982
Marston's Agrees To Operate Pubs In Wales Owned By SA Brain & Co. Dec 23, 2020 341
COVID-19: Night clubs, bars, pubs, recreational centres in Abuja closed. Dec 23, 2020 454
Blow to Cardiff Music Board as key campaigner steps down after flats plan approved; The resignation follows the approval of 20 flats opposite the Flute and Tankard pub and music venue. By, Alex Seabrook Dec 23, 2020 728
2nd Wave Of COVID-19: FCTA Closes Bar, Night Club, Others For Five Weeks. Dec 23, 2020 531
Pub told to close over virus breach; Trading standards chief 'disappointed' action was needed. RORY SMITH rory.smith@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 23, 2020 293
Rural pubs forced to close could be given cash boost; COUNTY COUNCIL HAS LAUNCHED FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND PLAN. Dec 23, 2020 463
Developers pull plan to bulldoze pub for new flats. alex seabrook echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Dec 23, 2020 399
Think of the impact on mental health; Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: ecletters@walesonline.co.uk Twitter: @WalesOnline Facebook: facebook.com/WalesOnline Post: Media Wales, 6 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR. Dec 23, 2020 156
Pub ordered to close after breaching rules. Dec 23, 2020 158
Carra dodges pub ruling, jokes Nev. ADAM ASPINALL Dec 23, 2020 157
More relief for city's 'wet' pubs. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Dec 23, 2020 589
Grants for 'wet' pubs is the right thing to do; OPINION. Dec 23, 2020 310
With GOMO, #WeDontStop the Holidays this December. Dec 23, 2020 463
14 bar-goers, 5 of them foreigners, nabbed for violating curfew in Makati City. Dec 23, 2020 252
Brains says party at pub broken up by police was for staff only; An internal investigation is now taking place following the incident at The Twelve Knights in Margam. By, Nino Williams Dec 22, 2020 366
These are some of The Scotsman readers' most loved cosy pubs, to visit in happier post-covid days. We asked you to recommend your favourite public houses with coorie-ing in vibes; We asked you to recommend your favourite public houses with coorie-ing in vibes. Gaby Soutar Dec 22, 2020 164
DMP chief on New Year celebrations: Bars will be closed and no DJ parties. Dec 21, 2020 362
Good Pub Guide lists 13 in region; BOOK URGES PUBGOERS TO SUPPORT THEIR LOCALS. OWEN HUGHES Business Correspondent owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk Dec 21, 2020 474
Pubs are urged to apply for grant support. Dec 21, 2020 211
Lucky escape as car hits pub. Dec 21, 2020 232
Lucky escape as car hits pub. NICK HUMPHREYS nick.humphreys@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 21, 2020 199
Hospitality on the brink. SOPHIE McLAUGHLIN Dec 21, 2020 524
LONDON STALLING SS; COVID CHRISTMAS: FEARS GROW AS NEW VARIANT OF VIRUS EMERGES; Expats stuck in UK after Boris orders lockdown; Gardai raids reveal shebeen packed with 30. SYLVIA POWNALL Dec 20, 2020 598
Black Eye Friday's a dark day. Herbert Soden Local democracy reporter herbert.soden@reachplc.com @HerbertSoden88 Dec 20, 2020 586
No sanctions for pub linked with raft of infections. Dec 19, 2020 275
Delivering a smile for Christmas. Dec 19, 2020 242
Sad Friday: Pubs' last orders at 6pm; Concern over rise in cases as north-east moves into Tier 3. DAVID PROCTOR, ADELE MERSON AND JULIA BRYCE Dec 19, 2020 1569
Workmen uncover oyster shell wall in 17th Century Edinburgh shop; It is believed that up to 100,000 oysters were eaten a day in Edinburgh during the 17th Century with the bar snacks downed along with many, many pints of ale. Alison Campsie Dec 19, 2020 683
Aidan Smith on TV: Lunacy and poignancy in Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse's tales from the riverbank; It's like the World's Least Strongest Man Contest (North-East Regional Final) when Chris "Driving Home for Christmas" Rea shuffles into the pub to compare ailments with Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse. Aidan Smith Dec 19, 2020 1035
Drink-driver rammed police car after chase. anna lewis Reporter anna.lewis@walesonline.co.uk Dec 19, 2020 744
Pubs And Restaurants Likely To Close Before New Year's Eve - Irish PM. Dec 18, 2020 526
Plymouth remains in Tier 2 for Christmas; no change to covid rules. MILES O'LEARY miles.oleary@reachplc.com @ph_milesoleary Dec 18, 2020 658
'Cat and mouse' driver rammed into police car. ANNA LEWIS Reporter anna.lewis@walesonline.co.uk Dec 18, 2020 631
Pub chain won't open until restrictions end; CASK ALE SPECIALIST CALLS TIME UNTIL all COVID RULES ARE LIFTED. CONNOR TEALE editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Dec 18, 2020 438
Plan to raze pub for housing. Dec 18, 2020 153
Appeal to drivers over Christmas trips. Dec 18, 2020 586
Call for more support to stop pub closures and job losses. PETER MADELEY peter.madeley@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 18, 2020 472
Popular beer makers to open new bar in city. DANNY THOMPSON News Reporter Dec 18, 2020 507
Revolution chief on the warpath; FINANCE HE CALLS 1K BAR GRANT SCANDALOUS. Edited by GRAHAM HISCOTT Dec 18, 2020 264
Revolution chief on the warpath; FINANCE. Edited by GRAHAM HISCOTT Dec 18, 2020 260
Madrid police, partygoers play pandemic cat-and-mouse. Dec 18, 2020 936
COVID-19: Kaduna deputy governor says night clubs, bars to stay closed. Dec 17, 2020 302
Painting the town Santa red: 31 photos from Scarborough nights out in 2009 and 2010; Here's another lookback at Christmases past in the pubs and clubs of Scarborough. Steve Bambridge Dec 17, 2020 559
Barnsley confirmed to remain in tier three this Christmas. Dec 17, 2020 277
Coronavirus: Pubs sell beer for 99p ahead of new restrictions, Debenhams launches closing down sale. Dec 16, 2020 425
Drink-driver led police on car chase. DAVID HUNTLEY Reporter david.huntley@reachplc.com Dec 16, 2020 434
Last-ditch bid to save pub fails. JOSEPH TIMA newsdesk@men-news.co.uk @MENNEWSDESK Dec 16, 2020 262
Brains seeks help to navigate Covid. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Dec 16, 2020 594
Pub raises PS2k for appeal. ZOE PHILLIPS Dec 16, 2020 426
MP to press for cash to aid pubs recovery. Dec 16, 2020 206
MP to press for cash to aid pubs recovery. Dec 16, 2020 206
Santa fundraiser shut down. Dec 16, 2020 260
Councillor appeals for A127 'landmark' pub to be saved. Dec 16, 2020 309
New lease of life for derelict village pub in county. Dec 15, 2020 320
Brains seeks help to navigate pandemic. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk Dec 15, 2020 511
Dublin among best locations for Xmas fun. CILLIAN O'BRIEN Dec 15, 2020 175
Conor Forges ahead with Inn relaunch; Judge grants pub licence transfer. TOM TUITE Dec 15, 2020 293
Restaurant review: Kezban, Edinburgh; I always thought that the glittering salons of yesteryear were consigned firmly to the pages of old books. Kayt Turner Restaurant review Dec 15, 2020 1017
Pub goes extra mile to assist community; CHRISTMAS FOOD ON OFFER AT END OF DIFFICULT YEAR. PETER CHAPMAN peter.chapman@reachplc.com Dec 15, 2020 673
Pub owner reveals plans for shops and takeaways. Dec 14, 2020 195
Pub keeps festive magic alive. PAUL WHITEHOUSE editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Dec 14, 2020 338
Pub drive-through carol concert. HARRIET EVANS Community News Reporter Dec 14, 2020 374
Relief as background music returns to pubs and bars in Scotland. Dec 14, 2020 416
Here are the 17 Scottish pubs recommended in the Good Pub Guide 2021; Here are a list of the best pubs in Scotland as recommended by the Good Pub Guide 2021. Rachel Mackie Dec 14, 2020 464
Insidean Outbreak; Experts lay bare the fight to contain first breakout after lockdown and reveal the lessons that must be learned as winter bites. Special Reports: Peter Swindon, Craig McDonald and Tim Knowles Dec 13, 2020 1730
Tom Kerridge says pubs in England should be allowed to open regardless of tiers; Mr Kerridge, who runs a pub in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, last night issued a stark warning that the current lockdown could result in many pubs in England closing for good. By, John Siddle Dec 13, 2020 1293
London Covid: All the Christmas rules if the capital moves into Tier 3; Things will certainly look a little different this year. By, Jacob Phillips Dec 13, 2020 478
Pubs may snub showing Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev bout due to 11pm curfew restrictions; Anthony Joshua takes on Kubrat Pulev tonight in a defence of his WBA, WBO and IBF world heavyweight titles, but fans wishing to watch in the pub might have to think again. By, Daniel Blackham Dec 12, 2020 452
New micro-pub gets go-ahead. Dec 12, 2020 151
Pub group boss sees light at end of tunnel for the hospitality industry. JOHN CORSER john.corser@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 12, 2020 307
Call I want for Xmas; Plea to swap '12 pubs' tradition; Phone family to aid mind health. MIRROR REPORTER Dec 12, 2020 287
Challenge of running pub 2 restrictions. ALEX GREEN Alex.Green@reachplc.com Dec 12, 2020 902
Support our pubs, but stay within the rules. Dec 12, 2020 329
'Don't ruin Christmas': Pub owner releases CCTV after Santa's boots stolen; A landlord has issued an appeal to track down the person who stole part of a giant Santa decoration from outside his pub. Emma Newlands Dec 12, 2020 246
Corona Free Pub Opens in Ireland - a creative answer to the lock down. Dec 11, 2020 287
Tapas joint is a great new option; RESTAURANT TAKEAWAY ONLY FOR NOW. KELLEY PRICE kelley.price@reachplc.com @kelleyprice_gaz Dec 11, 2020 485
Marston's warns of tough winter ahead. Dec 11, 2020 462
MARSTON'S IS HIT WITH PS400M LOSS; Pub operator says lockdowns have been a bitter blow and government support still vital. JAMES PUGH james.pugh@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 11, 2020 390
Defiant publican set to reopen bar. DONAL MacNAMEE and CILLIAN O'BRIEN Dec 11, 2020 411
New Year will be celebrated two hours early in pubs and restaurants; Covid rules mean a midnight celebration will not be allowed. By, Neil Shaw Dec 11, 2020 216
PUB'S TEST AND TASTE; CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC; Punters face rapid checks at 'Ireland's first Covid-free bar'. DONAL MacNAMEE and CILLIAN O'BRIEN Dec 10, 2020 430
Restaurant review: To Archipelago fish tavern, Zygi. Andreas Nichola Restaurant review Dec 10, 2020 663
COVID19: Hospitality sector will 'perish' without generous bailout. fm Dec 10, 2020 562
Pubs beg for help as just one in five may be able to open this Christmas; Pubs across the UK are urging Boris Johnson for help, saying the new rules -branded 'lockdown by the back door' are wrecking business. By, Georgia Diebelius Dec 10, 2020 329
Derelict Bristol and West Arcade could get major revamp as new plans revealed; Plans have been revealed which could see a new hotel and a new pub created. By, Hugh Fort Dec 10, 2020 648
Drink-drive arrests hit five a day in lead-up to Christmas. DAVE HIMELFIELD Dec 10, 2020 259
B&B sale is roar deal ... with no claws attached; OPPORTUNITY TO OWN PUB THAT ONCE LITERALLY LIVED UP TO ITS NAME. OWEN HUGHES Business Correspondent owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk Dec 10, 2020 389
Housing plan is drawn up as time is called on pub; Proposal for 16 one and two bedroom flats is submitted. GURDIP THANDI Local Democracy Reporter Dec 10, 2020 321
Hopes for Christmas Day pints sunk as brewery tells venues not to open. Dec 9, 2020 309
Supermarkets check out 'best ever' sales; Figures suggest December trade could smash November's record. SIMON STONE newsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 9, 2020 496
Drugs found in pub raid. ALAN WESTON ECHO reporter alan.weston@trinitymirror.com @alanweston Dec 9, 2020 189
Pop up Post Office to open in pub's car park. Dec 9, 2020 319
Plans lodged for pubs' demolition. HERBERT SODEN Local democracy reporter herbert.soden@ncjmedia.co.uk Dec 9, 2020 298
Buildings set to go for city centre regeneration. KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@reachplc.com Dec 9, 2020 571
Supermarkets check out 'best ever' sales; Figures suggest December trade could smash November's record. SIMON STONE ewsdesk@mnamedia.co.uk Dec 9, 2020 496
Landlords call on government to rethink alcohol ban. Dec 9, 2020 373
Bar shuts for deep cleaning. Dec 9, 2020 236
Buildings set to be demolished for city centre regeneration; BULLDOZERS TO MOVE IN TO CLEAR 'UNSOUND' STRUCTURES. KATIE DICKINSON Reporter katie.dickinson@ncjmedia.co.uk Dec 9, 2020 622
Restaurant closes after kitchen staff member tests positive for virus. Dec 9, 2020 252
Grocery market enjoys 'best ever' November thanks to pub closures. Dec 9, 2020 187
Old pub could make way for new flats. Dec 9, 2020 199
COUNTY LINES! PUB STAYS OPEN IN WORCESTERSHIRE WHILE NEXT DOOR BRUM BOOZER SHUT. ALEXANDER BROCK News Reporter Dec 9, 2020 298
Jamie Oliver's family pub sold to Chestnut. Dec 9, 2020 328
Giant snowman's sober pub crawl. Dec 9, 2020 220
Special Christmas offer: Get 20 delicious Innis & Gunn craft beers delivered free to your door; Get 20 bottles of delicious Innis & Gunn craft beer -plus two beautiful goblet glasses -delivered to your door as part of our special Mirror Beer Club offer. By, Dave Prentice Dec 9, 2020 1130
Tier 2 pub landlord offering punters pasta for 1p so they can enjoy pint in peace; One pub landlord is offering punters living under tier, 2 pasta dishes for only 1p so they can have a cheap 'substantial meal' and enjoy their pints without breaking the bank. By, Kieren Williams Dec 9, 2020 609
Llanelli pub ordered to close claims fight prevented it maintaining social distancing; But Carmarthenshire Council said the pub had been visited prior to the fight and had already been found to have fallen short on a number of Covid-19 regulations. By, Bethan Thomas Dec 9, 2020 918
UK TOP NEWS SUMMARY: Grocery Sales Spike Amid New UK Lockdown Measures. Dec 8, 2020 1098
TOP NEWS: Grocery Sales Spike Amid New UK Lockdown Measures - Kantar. Dec 8, 2020 548
Family's link with city is ended with buyout deal. COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford Dec 8, 2020 690
'We asked if people would with their meal. You ould come and have a Coke ou can imagine the response'. ANNA LEWIS Reporter anna.lewis@walesonline.co.uk Dec 8, 2020 1569
Tiers of joy; COUNTRY MOVING IN RIGHT DIRECTION First Minister confirms two million Scots will come out of the toughest Covid restrictions at end of the week. PAUL HUTCHEON Political Editor Dec 8, 2020 986
City pub owner 'frustrated' by 'woolly' mixed messages from government. Dec 8, 2020 485
City pub group is sold in multimillion-pound deal. COREENA FORD Business Reporter coreena.ford@ncjmedia.co.uk @scoopford Dec 8, 2020 608
Cafe bars in Croatia could be closed until the end of January. Dec 7, 2020 370
POLITICIANS URGE WG TO RETHINK. Dec 7, 2020 241
'All the pubs around us are in England... peopl... People will go there ' CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: LA ANDEMIC: LATEST FROM WALES LANDLORDS SPEAK OUT OVER ALCOHOL BAN AND CURFEW ... THAT DON'T APPLY TO NEAR NEIGHBOURS ACROSS BORDER. DAVID POWELL and ANNA LEWIS Dec 7, 2020 933
Funfair rides to boost shopping in city centre. MADELEINE CLARK News Reporter Dec 7, 2020 384
Key points for week ahead.. Dec 7, 2020 221
Scarborough's drivers urged not to make 2020 worse by drink driving at Christmas; Scarborough's drivers are being urged not to end 2020 in a police cell. Sarah Fitton Dec 7, 2020 429
Pubs hope for move to Tier1 before Xmas. Dec 7, 2020 412
Shoppers flock to city centre as Christmas rush gets under way. MARCUS HUGHES Reporter marcus.hughes@walesonline.co.uk Dec 7, 2020 449
Surrey pub's staring role in Jude Law and Cameron Diaz Christmas film The Holiday; In one of the scenes, the characters enjoy an evening at a Grade II listed country pub. By, Seren Hughes Dec 6, 2020 305
SPLIT DECISION; Reality of new rules for pubs on Welsh border whose rivals can still serve alcohol. ANNA LEWIS Reporter anna.lewis@walesonline.co.uk Dec 6, 2020 1258
Pub trade-off on St Stephen's to give busy staff a break. CILLIAN O'BRIEN Dec 6, 2020 174
Em@iljury. Dec 6, 2020 221
Brits let their hair down on first weekend after lockdown with Tier 2 pubs busy; Bars and restaurants across England looked busy yesterday night, as people had meals and drinks with their friends and families. Streets and shops were packed too as many people headed out. By, Chiara Fiorillo Dec 6, 2020 493
Drinker defends journey to pub. Dec 5, 2020 172
Pub alcohol ban 'catastrophic for drinks industry'. LYDIA STEPHENS AND CHRISTIE BANNON newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Dec 5, 2020 595
Lament in verse for prohibition in pubs. Dec 5, 2020 181
Wales' health minister defends pubs restrictions. Dec 5, 2020 251
Please do not go over border for shops or a drink. Dec 5, 2020 272

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