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Pub is allowed to keep pergola but it must remove televisions. Dec 1, 2021 371
Apartments plan for city landmark pub. Dec 1, 2021 231
Pub firm searching for new sites. Dec 1, 2021 204
Interest in historic pub but no sale. Dec 1, 2021 273
New-look pub set to open its doors to pubic later this week. Dec 1, 2021 476
Plans to demolish old pub to make way for drive-thru restaurant; Council bosses to consider firm's bid for Paisley site. STEPH BRAWN, LOCAL DEMOCRACY REPORTER Dec 1, 2021 405
Council set to buy Crown. EMILY CRAIGIE Local democracy reporter emily.craigie@reachplc.com @emilycraigie Dec 1, 2021 660
Noise complaints foil beer garden bid. Dec 1, 2021 235
Orpington fire: 70 firefighters battle huge blaze at pub as black smoke billows; A huge fire broke out at the three-storey White Hart pub on Orpington High Street, south London at around 7.30am today. Nine people got out before firefighters arrived. By, Kelly-Ann Mills Nov 30, 2021 383
Barilliant news; People power sees famous pub saved from the developers. SANDRA MALLON Nov 30, 2021 471
Snow plough ends a three-day lock-in at Britain's highest pub. LUCY THORNTON and JEREMY ARMSTRONG Nov 30, 2021 304
Pub landlord shares witty comebacks to the worst reviews left by customers; Nick George was certainly less than impressed when he came across the reviews of some disgruntled guests -some complained of drink prices while another was disappointed to have no vegan dish option. By, Florence Freeman Nov 30, 2021 499
Pub brand couple 'scumbags' after man caught on CCTV stealing small pot plant; A spokesperson for the pub has branded the couple 'scumbags' and 'low lives' and said they had been 'humiliated' after the footage was seen by more than 45,000 people. By, mirror Nov 30, 2021 392
Popular pub ends parking for non-customers. DANIEL HALL Reporter daniel.hall@reachplc.com Nov 30, 2021 247
Rules on masks in pubs will change in next few days says Gordon Brown; SAGE recommended wider use of masks in September. By, Neil Shaw Nov 29, 2021 960
BREAKING Wetherspoon axing Strongbow and John Smith from pubs as part of huge menu shake-up; We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story. By, Levi Winchester Nov 29, 2021 418
Punters and landlord snowed in pub for 3 days by Storm Arwen 'really good friends'; A total of 61 revellers were stuck in the Tan Hill Inn in the Yorkshire Dales by 9ft snow drifts, while around 155,000 homes in the UK were still without power yesterday due to the damage -valued at up to £300 million. By, Jeremy Armstrong & Lucy Thornton Nov 29, 2021 1250
55 remain trapped in Yorkshire pub following Storm Arwen -left to sleep on floor while awaiting snow to melt; Pub goers at the Tan Hill Inn have been trapped since Friday, after Storm Arwen has left them snowed over. By, Aaron Morris Nov 29, 2021 559
Wetherspoon to stop serving Strongbow and John Smith's in major menu change; JD Wetherspoon are replacing pub favourites Strongbow and John Smiths with Stowford Press and Worthington's. By, Levi Winchester & Hannah Graham Nov 29, 2021 332
PUB SAYS CUSTOMERS 'PRETENDED TO BE HURT'IN CEILING COLLAPSE. Nov 29, 2021 244
Masks back in shops and on buses - but not pubs; COVID RULES TIGHTENED UP IN RESPONSE TO OMICRON STRAIN. Sam Blewett Press Association Staffscoop.sundaysun@ncjmedia.co.uk Nov 28, 2021 692
Spain's Salmon Guru wins Michter's Art of Hospitality Award in The World's 50 Best Bars Awards 2021. Nov 28, 2021 669
City pub could still be saved from demolition. JOHN JONES Reporter john.jones@walesonline.co.uk Nov 27, 2021 702
Payouts available for bars to keep outdoor areas. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter Nov 27, 2021 486
Punters forced to sleep at Britain's highest pub as Storm Arwen leaves them stranded; Fifty pubgoers at Britain's highest boozer, the Tan Hill Inn, were trapped behind 5ft of snow and had to bed down in the Yorkshire Dales public house overnight. By, Ed Cullinane & Ryan Fahey Nov 27, 2021 587
Wetherspoons accuses customers of faking injuries after Storm Arwen ceiling collapse; Chunks of plaster came tumbling down at the North and South Bank in Wrexham on Saturday night, as 80mph winds battered the surrounding area. By, Jaymelouise Hudspith Nov 27, 2021 499
Nurse drove following 10-pint bender. Nov 26, 2021 280
5 PUBS THAT CHANGED THEIR NAME. Nov 26, 2021 175
Historic bar open again. KENNY MACDONALD Nov 26, 2021 298
Music venue in old stables at pub to relaunch with gig in December. CHARLOTTE VOWLES charlotte.vowles@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Nov 25, 2021 681
City centre sports bar with unlimited offer on steak. Nov 25, 2021 178
Pub's festive lights display returns with old favourites. Nov 25, 2021 328
Much-loved Mill Lane has witnessed changes galore over the decades; It's 25 years since Cardiff's Mill Lane was rebranded the "cafe quarter". But the history of this cobbled street spans far more than a quarter of a century, as Ffion Lewis reports. Nov 25, 2021 947
Sad demise of 'Countess' pub as it closes its doors again. Nov 25, 2021 236
Popular landlord calls time after 30-year career; 'WORN-OUT' PUB BOSS TO MAKE MOVE TO SPAIN. ROBERT SUTCLIFFE Nov 25, 2021 488
Connect with your inner elf at Highwood 5K, pub crawl Dec. 4. Submitted by Ripple Public Relations Nov 25, 2021 359
BREAKING Woolwich pub fire: 25 firefighters battle blaze at building in east London; The London Fire Brigade confirmed four fire engines and around 25 firefighters have been called to a fire in a pub in east London. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs Nov 25, 2021 337
Pub landlord fed up with people having sex outside and using garden as a toilet; Dan Hazelgrave, who runs The Angel Inn in one of Leeds' 'loins', is calling for for the famous passageways to be gated to stop anti-social behaviour. By, Samuel Port Nov 24, 2021 653
Machine that lets you pour pints at home is latest popular Black Friday deal; PerfectDraft's at home beer machine is a great one for ale lovers. By, Gemma Sherlock Nov 24, 2021 280
Machine that lets you pour pints at home is latest popular Black Friday deal; PerfectDraft's at home beer machine is a great one for ale lovers. By, Gemma Sherlock Nov 24, 2021 280
Beer hall offers 'authentic apres-ski atmosphere'. Nov 24, 2021 205
What's in your Hopsmore beer box? Nov 24, 2021 673
Ex-wrestler and Cavern doorman dies aged 87. Nov 24, 2021 211
Pubwatch returns to boost city safety; Premises on alert for crimes. KAIYA MARJORIBANKS Nov 24, 2021 441
Stag night reveller threw stool across pub. Nov 24, 2021 232
What's in your Hopsmore beer box? Nov 24, 2021 673
Sadness as pub loses landlords in brewery row; long-term tenure was not agreed - so keys given back. REBECCA KONCIENZCY MyWirral Editor rebecca.koncienzcy@reachplc.com @RDKONCIENZCY Nov 23, 2021 436
Mystery still surrounds cause of pub blaze. PAUL SUART News Reporter Nov 23, 2021 235
Apology for bars closing at stadium. Nov 22, 2021 166
City leader wants planning changes. ALEX SEABROOK Local Democracy Reporter alex.seabrook@reachplc.com Nov 22, 2021 622
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 22, 2021 1040
'The Who's Roger Daltrey says the Rolling Stones is a 'mediocre pub band'. Nov 22, 2021 259
Paddy proves he's the real Deel for Cat.. Comic surprises TV star with flight to LA. SYLVIA POWNALL Nov 21, 2021 311
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 20, 2021 935
Pan-tastic! Platinum award for pub's loos. Nov 20, 2021 176
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 20, 2021 1046
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 20, 2021 1047
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 20, 2021 1044
the north east pubs which made the list. Nov 20, 2021 297
'Tower plan is ludicrous' landlord's anger at scheme to build block of flats next to historic city pub. DAMON WILKINSON newsdesk@men-news.co.uk @MENNEWSDESK Nov 20, 2021 483
TIME TO CHILL OUT... GET YOUR SKATES ON TO THESE DAZZLING FESTIVE ICE RINKS, SAYS VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN Nov 20, 2021 1042
W| | T; Covid passes may be used in Wales 'to keep pubs open at Christmas'. Nov 19, 2021 306
Council backs plan to knock down pub. ALEX SEABROOK Local Democracy Reporter alex.seabrook@reachplc.com Nov 19, 2021 524
Oldest pub in town to get PS200K makeover. ROBERT SUTCLIFFE Nov 19, 2021 356
Road to ruin? bosses claim plans to allow traffic to pass in front of their businesses could have catastrophic impact. ROBERT SUTCLIFFE robert.sutcliffe@trinitymirror.com @MRRSUTCLIFFE Nov 19, 2021 555
Inviting trouble; Hospitality bosses say people will throw house parties if government lands vax passport rules on pubs. CHRIS McCALL Deputy Political Editor Nov 19, 2021 398
Bavarian axe throwing on menu at bar. ENDA MULLEN Nov 19, 2021 500
'Wannabe gangsters' blamed for problems at pub that lost its licence. DANNY THOMPSON Nov 19, 2021 457
'Greedy' developer who demolished historic pub wants to build caravan park on site; Wayne Low had 200 objections to his new plan after demolishing the Travellers Rest pub in Long Riston, Hull, ignoring official calls to restore it. He has now submitted a new plan. By, Gregory Ford Nov 19, 2021 527
Wetherspoons evacuated as bomb squad called to suspicious package 'in toilet'; Customers and staff at The Hat and Feathers, a Wetherspoons pub in Seaham, County Durham, gathered outside as police probed a report of a suspicious package. By, Kathryn Riddell & Sophie Brownson Nov 19, 2021 423
The pretty Devon pub that is in the middle of Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by cute wild horses and breathtaking views; The inn is the highest pub in Southern England and is often surrounded by wild ponies. By, Rory Bennett Nov 19, 2021 916
Britain's 'ugliest pubs' as boozer branded the least attractive in the country; The popular JD Wetherspoon pub in Yeovil, Somerset was given the label after images of it were shared online by someone who thought it was the ugliest in the UK. By, Tomas Malloy Nov 18, 2021 461
W| | T; Should Covid passes be extended to pubs and restaurants in Wales? Nov 18, 2021 275
'Tagay Na!' Iloilo allows fully vaccinated to publicly consume alcohol. Nov 18, 2021 200
Firework teens wreak havoc in village streets. JOSH SANDIFORD News Reporter Nov 17, 2021 340
A cosy treat for fans of radio classic; REVIEW. ALISON BRINKWORTH Nov 17, 2021 470
Microbrewer expands and has plans for more growth; BEER FIRM MAKES MOVE INTO BIGGER TAPROOM. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Nov 17, 2021 539
Councillor wants an app for people to report drink-spiking to the council; A Newport councillor wants the council's app to let people report potential crimes. By, Rhiannon James, Local Democracy Reporter Nov 17, 2021 226
Pubgoer 'fights off drunk sex pest' who 'forced his way into toilet cubicle'; Francesca Stracqualursi says she was at a bar in Walthamstow, London when a "sex pest drunk" forced his way into her toilet cubicle before she was able to fight him off and escape. By, Sylvie Wilkinson & Tim Hanlon Nov 17, 2021 573
The Oak Inn 'a great place' until 'wannabe gangsters' started going there -the view of locals; The Coventry pub had its licence revoked this week after a series of issues at the establishment. By, Danny Thompson Nov 17, 2021 611
Sunderland pubs and clubs to host music festival in the city next month -full line up announced; The festival will see 25 bands play across five different venues on the day. By, Aaron Morris Nov 17, 2021 705
Sharren is top baker as pub raises charity cash for good causes. Nov 17, 2021 278
A Mix of good and bad; residents tell of how they love life in valley village - while others warn of 'psychotic' gangsters on drugs. ANDREW ROBINSON Nov 17, 2021 732
Serial offender caught with knife while in pub. MIKE MCQUAID Nov 17, 2021 279
TIME FOR APPY HOUR; Vaccine passports could be extended to include pubs & theatres in plans to save Xmas. PAUL HUTCHEON Political Editor Nov 17, 2021 934
Carers could be offered £500 to stop them quitting for jobs in pubs and supermarkets; NHS Providers has urged the Government to offer at least £500 each to stop workers being tempted away by opportunities in hospitality, at online firms or supermarkets. By, Emma Munbodh Nov 16, 2021 439
Haunting CCTV of mum who vanished without trace -as police contact Facebook friends; Mum-of-one Claire Holland, 32, was last seen at the Seamus O'Donnell's pub in St Nicholas Street in central Bristol, on June 6, 2012, and has never been found. By, Adam Aspinall Nov 16, 2021 541
No-nonsense boss tells recruits 'don't come in stinking like p***' in brutal job advert; In the no-nonsense job ad, Craig Harker says the restaurants are "taking over" and he needs "a load of awesome people" to staff new venues opening up across the country. By, Kelley Price Nov 16, 2021 646
The pretty town in Sussex full of great pubs that's so beautiful it inspired Winnie the Pooh's Hundred Acre Wood; With a population of around 30,000, East Grinstead is a hidden gem just waiting to be discovered. By, Alexandra Bullard Nov 16, 2021 574
8,616 new COVID-19 cases reported on Monday. Nov 16, 2021 722
Contrast the pub with the tower... Nov 16, 2021 250
Shares start week on a positive note thanks to securities stocks. Nov 16, 2021 543
PV Gas plansA to start importing LNG inA 2022. Nov 16, 2021 544
Minister: Viet Nam's re-election at ILC proves international community's trust. Nov 16, 2021 828
Woman jailed after killing baby in drink-drive crash; Driver told police: 'I have killed a kid... I have ruined my life'. NINO WILLIAMS Reporter nino.williams@walesonline.co.uk Nov 16, 2021 1095
Hatts off as pub opens up again; THE CROFT WELCOMES ALL CUSTOMERS. ALICIA CURRY alicia.curry@reachplc.com @Plymouth_Live Nov 16, 2021 364
Cocktail bar plan for newsagent shop. Nov 16, 2021 251
Venh Phuc calls for investment in 58 priority projects. Nov 15, 2021 417
City bar Bub's to close as lease ends. RYAN O'NEILL reporter ryan.oneill@walesonline.co.uk Nov 15, 2021 324
Much-loved pub told to ditch pavement seats post-lockdown; LANDLADY 'GOBSMACKED' BY TOWN HALL DECISION. LIAM THORP ECHO Reporter liam.thorp@reachplc.com @LIAMTHORPECHO Nov 15, 2021 442
Pubs and restaurants serve up sales boost. Nov 15, 2021 167
Hospitality groups are continuing their rebound. Nov 15, 2021 240
Appeal after PS3k pub theft. AARAN LENNOX Nov 15, 2021 182
Some of the pubs loved and lost in the city. PAUL SUART News Reporter Nov 15, 2021 245
Ministries to devise supportA plan for private kindergarten teachers. Nov 15, 2021 422
Three arrested after raid on city pub. Nov 15, 2021 247
Out of stock: Spain's nightlife faces alcohol shortages. Nov 15, 2021 587
Niko's Tavern brings familiar name to Elgin. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Nov 13, 2021 246
Drink driver refused a breath test; IN BRIEF. Nov 13, 2021 252
Inside 'hidden' village with no pubs and where 'teens become psychotic on weed'; Residents in Mixenden, West Yorkshire, have not had a pub for years and are desperate for community facilities with the village hidden in a valley on the edge of the county. By, Andrew Robinson & Ryan Merrifield Nov 13, 2021 627
Rising star Charlie releases first single; Talented music student has gigs lined up to promote debut. STEPHEN TEMLETT Nov 12, 2021 594
Flooded pub applies for defence wall. Nov 12, 2021 163
Pub chain joins Uber Eats for home delivery; new partnership to cover 1,000 locations. HENRY SAKER-CLARK Nov 12, 2021 277
Pub manager banned from road after being caught drink-driving. Nov 12, 2021 273
Low Lights Tavern in the spotlight as Sam's performance is a hit Stateside. SIMON DUKE Reporter simon.duke@reachplc.com Nov 12, 2021 270
Plan for new homes on site of empty pub. Nov 12, 2021 203
Iconic Grimsby town centre bar sold off; THE FRIARY IS NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP WITH STAFF OFFERED JOBS ELSEWHERE. PETER CRAIG peter.craig@reachplc.com @GTPETERCRAIG Nov 12, 2021 435
Why are so many pubs called The Red Lion? The story behind the common name; One woman called Cathy Price even took on the challenge of visiting every The Red Lion pub in the UK. By, Bethan Shufflebotham Nov 12, 2021 447
Man spent 61 days buried underground in audacious bid to become world famous; Irish barman Mikey Meaney was 33 when he decided to be buried underground for 61 days under a London pub all in the aim of becoming famous. By, Bea Isaacson & Kate Buck Nov 12, 2021 566
Netherlands to bring in lockdown for three weeks requiring bars to shut at 7pm; It's bad news for tourists planning to visit Amsterdam from Newcastle, with Holland's pubs, restaurants, clubs and non-essential shops to close early. By, Simon Meechan Nov 12, 2021 207
HEINEKEN Cambodia declared top taxpayer. Nov 11, 2021 534
Pop-up pub next to cathedral a real coo! pigeon in the park part of the 30-stall xmas craft market. GRAHAM YOUNG News Reporter Nov 11, 2021 503
Mum's spiking fears for her daughter at bar; SAYS HER DAUGHTER BLACKED OUT AFTER JUST 3 DRINKS. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Nov 11, 2021 714
Estuary-side pub is staying open later due to demand. ANITA MERRITT anita.merritt@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Nov 11, 2021 666
15 jobs created as pub becomes food store. DAVID HOUSTON david.houston@reachplc.com @DavidHouston94 Nov 11, 2021 407
Caught on film - the moment Santa is stolen; woman takes ornament from pub. OLIVIA WILLIAMS ECHO Reporter olivia.williams@liverpoolcom @livs_wills Nov 11, 2021 375
Shop hopes to reap rewards of conversion. KELLEY PRICE kelley.price@reachplc.com @kelleyprice_gaz Nov 11, 2021 455
Pubs raise a glass to sober folk. Nov 11, 2021 267
Pub hopes to survive years of HS2 building works. Nov 11, 2021 441
Popular pub on the market for PS195,000. Nov 10, 2021 172
Claus for concern; Swinney warns pub passports may be needed to stem high rate of Covid infections and prevent Xmas restrictions. PAUL HUTCHEON Political Editor Nov 10, 2021 646
FIND THE FAKE VACC PASSES.. COVID CRISIS: TARGET CHEATS Pub bosses told 19-24yr-olds using forgeries Industry is warned checks must be made. CIARA PHELAN Political Correspondent Nov 10, 2021 500
Warehouse staff shortages and supply chain chaos could be 'double whammy' to Christmas deliveries; Hospitality and retail bosses have said that there are 'no guarantees' over supplies to pubs and shops this winter. By, Rachel Wearmouth & Katie Dickinson Nov 10, 2021 563
The Welsh chef from one of Cardiff's best food pubs on MasterChef the Professionals this week; Rhodri Davies is sous chef at the Heathcock in Llandaff. By, Ed Gilbert Nov 9, 2021 414
Pub diners checking if their chips measure up. Nov 9, 2021 361
Wetherspoons to cut food prices at 660 pubs for three months -starting this week; Tim Martin's pubs will be reducing a range of classics and deli meals to £3.99 or £5.99 with an alcoholic drink between 11.30am until 11pm every day until the end of February. By, Emma Munbodh Nov 9, 2021 472
Covid vaccine passports in Scotland could be extended to pubs, minister hints; The Scottish Government is also considering whether it should increase the requirement to wear face coverings as Covid cases continue to rise. By, Aletha Adu Nov 9, 2021 432
Christmas chaos 'double whammy' could hit food and present deliveries, MPs warned; MPs heard on Tuesday how there are "no guarantees" over festive supplies to shops and pubs. By, Rachel Wearmouth Nov 9, 2021 546
Get your Claus into Christmas with these sensational spots for a celebration; It's been a long time coming, but now's the time to let your hair down for a party at one of Creative Hospitality Group's exciting entertainment venues -from cocktail lounges to craft beer dens. By, Dave Thackeray Nov 8, 2021 492
Cancer warrior finds purpose in helping others. Nov 8, 2021 1081
Interest rate forecast to continually decline at year-end. Nov 8, 2021 591
'Don't judge us, come and have a drink here' LANDLADY HELPING TURN AROUND STEREOTYPES OF 'FLAT-ROOFED' PUBS. ANDREW ROBINSON Nov 8, 2021 406
City deploys more mobile medical stations, quick response teams against COVID. Nov 8, 2021 683
'WE'RE STILL HERE!' LANDLORD OF ONE OF CITY'S OLDEST PUBS MAROONED BY HS2 WORKS SPEAKS OUT. GRAHAM YOUNG News Reporter Nov 8, 2021 467
Shaking up the pub world with our ecocktails; GREEN BAR USES FRUIT OTHERS BOOZERS BIN Pop-up bids to cut waste. | Anna Burnside Nov 7, 2021 440
Shaking up the pub world with our ecocktails; GREEN BAR USES FRUIT OTHER BOOZERS BIN Pop-up bids to cut waste. | Anna Burnside Nov 7, 2021 440
WOMAN THREW GIN GLASS AT VICTIM IN PUB CHICKEN ROW. MIKE LOCKLEY Sunday Mercury Writer Nov 7, 2021 394
Time to chill out; time to EXPLORE Get your skates on to these dazzling festive ice rinks. Freezy does it. Edited byNIGEL THOMPSON, By Vicky Lissaman Nov 7, 2021 1132
Time to chill out; SM1 mirror.co.uk SUNDAY 07.11.2021 SUNDAY MIRROR 49 Edited by EXPLORE time to NIGEL THOMPSON Get your skates on to these dazzling festive ice rinks. By Vicky Lissaman Freezy does it. NIGEL THOMPSON Nov 7, 2021 1149
Adele: Skyfall back to mine; Star creates pub vibe with a free bar for star-studded audience at Palladium gig EXCLUSIVE. HALINA WATTS Showbiz Editor Nov 7, 2021 503
Pub gets in festive spirit with winter tipi. Nov 6, 2021 250
Wetherspoons creep stalked complete stranger he 'fell in love with' at pub; Kevin Prisk turned up at the house where the woman's partner lived, armed with a knuckle duster and a Taser. He was arrested in September last year, a month after meeting his victim, the court heard. By, Chris Matthews & Chiara Fiorillo Nov 6, 2021 584
The insanely pretty Cotswolds village with an award-winning pub and only 100 people; The village is noted for its beauty and fine walking trails. By, Sam Ormiston Nov 6, 2021 570
Boxer Scott Fitzgerald admits to brawling with traveller as worrying photos emerge; Boxer Scott Fitzgerald has tried to make light of the disturbing photos appearing to show him asleep on a pavement outside a pub, despite admitting to fans to being involved in a brawl earlier that day. By, Fraser Watson Nov 5, 2021 426
Videoke bars can operate under Alert Level 2; patrons urged to sing with masks on. Nov 5, 2021 269
Reminder over drink tampering; COMMENT 1st Floor, Independent House, 27-32 Talbot Street Dublin 1 irishmirror.ie. Nov 5, 2021 219
ESPN Bulls v. 76ers Watch Party Nov. 6 at Tavern on the Point. Kate Ahern Nov 5, 2021 178
COVID-19 masks must be worn by karaoke bar singers, says Roque. Nov 5, 2021 404
New city centre 'social darts' club set to take flight. JOHN JONES Reporter john.jones@walesonline.co.uk Nov 5, 2021 538
Customers arrested in Pattaya pub. Nov 4, 2021 163
You can't open till 2 on Sunday nights, bar told. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com @danhollandnews Nov 4, 2021 472
Woman whose drink was 'spiked' speaks of her ordeal. Nov 4, 2021 473
Pub management 'enraged' after staff member spat at. Nov 4, 2021 597
Resort bar one of first to introduce lids to stop drinks getting spiked. PETER CRAIG peter.craig@reachplc.com @GTPETERCRAIG Nov 4, 2021 475
Downers Grove Historical Society to host pub crawl. Submitted by Downers Grove Historical Society Nov 4, 2021 237
Hungry punters invited to take on 6,000-calorie steak which weighs same as newborn baby; The belly-busting challenge, at The Black Ladd Pub, in Greater Manchester, is free for anyone who can complete it -otherwise they have to fork out £59.95 for the entire meal. By, Florence Freeman Nov 4, 2021 407
Pub worker who gets paid in crypto money says she's saving it up to buy property; Workers at The Potters Arms pub in Amersham are eligible for monthly payments in cryptocurrency, and one worker says the cash will help her achieve her dream of renovating property. By, Sam Barker Nov 4, 2021 580
Pub owner's destroys customer's scathing 'overpriced and undercooked' review; He didn't hold back. By, Rebecca Lockwood Nov 4, 2021 714
Bar loses late opening bid. Nov 4, 2021 276
Mum 'spiked' on night out left with head injury. SOPHIE BROWNSON Reporter sophie.brownson@reachplc.com Nov 4, 2021 716
Prevention is key to combat spiking, says restaurateur. RAMAZANI MWAMBA cheshire.news@reachplc.com @CheshireLive Nov 4, 2021 506
BA bar ruckus; Pub slammed for rewarding blackface act. JAMIE MCKENZIE jamie.mckenzie@reachplc.com Nov 4, 2021 360
BA bar ruckus; Pub slammed for rewarding 'blackface' act. JAMIE MCKENZIE jamie.mckenzie@reachplc.com Nov 4, 2021 360
Mum abandoned her baby in hot 37C car for five hours while she gambled at pub; Easton's internal temperature skyrocketed to 40C, causing his body to go into renal failure, deranging his liver, making him blind and severely damaging his brain. By, Tom Ambrose Nov 3, 2021 421
Face masks must be worn in pubs to stop Christmas lockdown, Jonathan Van-Tam says; England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer Prof Jonathan Van Tam has expressed concern that too many people believe that the coronavirus pandemic is over despite high case numbers. By, Martin Bagot Nov 3, 2021 698
PM busy with COP26 sidelineA meetings. Nov 3, 2021 855
Historic pub still serving up real treat. DAVE HIMELFIELD david.himelfield@trinitymirror.com @David_Examiner Nov 3, 2021 524
PM attends launch of Global Methane Pledge, asks rich countries to help poorer with emission reductionA technology. Nov 3, 2021 599
Plans to convert pub meet with mixed reception. ZOE PECK ECHO Correspondent Nov 3, 2021 207
Pub 'disgusted' after mum filmed spitting in barmaid's face over incorrect order; The Ship Inn in Teignmouth, Devon, say they are "disgusted" and "saddened" after a mum having dinner with her family became aggressive over a mistaken order and spat in a barmaid's face. By, Lili Stebbings & Ryan Fahey Nov 2, 2021 738
Pub owner delivers cutting response to diner who called food 'overpriced and undercooked'; The Stanhill Pub & Kitchen, a family run pub owned and ran by Brian Healy, is rated number 1 out of 15 restaurants in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, and boasts an extensive menu that includes tapas and dishes like pan-roasted duck breast. By, Rebecca Lockwood Nov 2, 2021 741
Pub's blunt warning to spikers in hope to 'make women feel safe' on nights out; A lit up sign reading anyone caught spiking drinks "will get battered" has been placed on the bar at the Crown Inn in Middleton with landlord Kallum Nolan said he hopes the new addition will help make customers feel safe. By, Paige Oldfield Nov 2, 2021 280
Cleethorpes venue closes restaurant due to 'staff shortages' THE NOTTINGHAM HOUSE PUB REMAINS FULLY OPEN FOR ALL CUSTOMERS. CHRIS BRAYFORD christian.brayford@reachplc.com @GrimsbyLive Nov 2, 2021 334
we'll help protect women from predators; Dedicated worker will monitor Paisley nightspot ? Bosses bring in drug testing strips and glass lids Club bosses take action to prevent spiking. CARLA TALBOT Nov 2, 2021 589
C1: dans le brouillard, le Barca attend son phare Xavi. Nov 2, 2021 593
Pub forced to scrap 'ladies only' night because of safety concerns; The Playwright in Nottingham had wanted to hold the event on Wednesday following reports of growing incidents of women being spiked across the UK. By, Kate Buck Nov 1, 2021 437
Astonishingly pretty town named one of Yorkshire's most beautiful that nearly became UK's pub capital; 'The market is treasure trove spilling over from the market square into neighbouring streets'. By, Callum Cuddeford Nov 1, 2021 626
London artist is 'on a mission' to draw all 3,500 pubs in the city; The 27-year-old freelance artist says there's "no time limit" on the project. By, Ella Bennett Nov 1, 2021 500
Pub bar manager threatened boss with steak knife. JASON EVANS Reporter jason.evans@walesonline.co.uk Nov 1, 2021 706
Pub CCTV searched in hunt for stab thug; bar boss helps police but says she doesn't think victim was customer. MEGAN SHAW Nov 1, 2021 314
UK city that's place for a pint revealed -and which pubs to try out; Researchers judged locations on reviews and the number of independent pubs -and reached this conclusion. By, Georgie Hughes Oct 31, 2021 931
Save women from horrors of spiking; mirror.co.uk SUNDAY 31.10.2021 SUNDAY MIRROR 29 SAIRA KHAN Our award-winning columnist @iamsairakhan Latest wave of violence against us is outrageous. SAIRA KHAN Oct 31, 2021 480
Save women from horrors of spiking; 30 SUNDAYMIRROR SUNDAY 31.10.2021 SAIRA KHAN Our award-winning columnist @iamsairakhan Latest wave of violence against us is outrageous. SAIRA KHAN Oct 31, 2021 480
Govt. to issue bar licenses once alcohol reduction policy is ready. Tshering Pelden Oct 30, 2021 520
Cops shut bars due to licence mix-up. ALEX DUNNE Oct 30, 2021 195
Pub museum plan axed; SITE WILL UNDERGO PS15m MAKEOVER AND INCLUDE MASSIVE HOTEL. OPRAH FLASH News Reporter Oct 30, 2021 264
The staggeringly pretty village in the Peak District with stunning and rare wildlife and a 'gem' of a pub; The pub serves the 'best' curry and the 'best' roast dinner. By, Jessica Battison Oct 30, 2021 644
Alcohol in restaurants only until 9pm. Oct 30, 2021 564
Scary fun! Us, By Caroline Linden Clinden@Dailyherald.Com Halloween Weekend Is Upon; Year, For All Those Who Do Oct 29, 2021 1373
Thrills and chills: Halloween bar bashes, pub crawls return this year. Caroline Linden clinden@dailyherald.com Oct 29, 2021 1382
'Girls' Night In' boycott of pubs and clubs. Oct 29, 2021 185
A FINE MESS.. ER NEW LAWS CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: ROW OVER >>>>Club bosses slam 'confusion' >>>>..but Martin defends stance. FERGHAL BLANEY Political Editor Oct 29, 2021 676
Wetherspoons bans pub goers from bringing own salt to dinner amid national shortage; Punters up and down the country have noticed a lack of salt over the past couple of weeks -but a spokesperson has said customers can't take their own. By, Kate Buck Oct 29, 2021 428
'Without lowest-paid workers to do the vital "menial" jobs we are all screwed'; Brian Reade witnesses Brexit coming home to roost as restaurant waiting staff become overwhelmed and the dirty dishes pile up -and no 59p rise in the minimum wage is going to cure that. By, Brian Reade Oct 29, 2021 618
Campaign for pub to go on; villagers hope to take issue to top. ALEX METCALFE Local Democracy Reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR Oct 29, 2021 594
We've closed our doors to back spike campaign; CAMEL CLUB BOSS SAYS DRINK TAMPERING WILL NOT BE TOLERATED. PHOEBE TONKS editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Oct 29, 2021 485
Thousands show nightlife safety action solidarity. NICOLE GOODWIN Reporter nicole.goodwin@reachplc.com Oct 29, 2021 558
Spike in cases on Thursday, now over 900,000 in fourth wave. Oct 29, 2021 512
ViA?t Nam remains a charming investment destination for foreign investors. Oct 29, 2021 975
Barriers prevent support funds helping industries and individuals across ViA?t Nam. Oct 29, 2021 981
Pub apologises for hanging 'blackface' figure by neck to celebrate Halloween; The Kings Head in Great Cornard near Sudbury, Suffolk, has apologised for hanging a figure outside the pub after claims it resembled a lynching -although the boozer strongly denies the mannequin is 'black-faced'. By, Matthew Dresch Oct 28, 2021 859
Wetherspoons pubs run out of salt amid 'supplier disruption' with punters fuming; Scores of Wetherspoons punters have taken to social media to complain about their local pubs running out of salt as the haulage crisis continues to create supply shortages. By, Ryan Merrifield Oct 28, 2021 417
Pub joins scheme to help people feel safe as they socialise. JADE MCELWEE jade.mcelwee@reachplc.com @JADEMREPORTER Oct 28, 2021 377
Bar's extra measures to stop drink spiking. Oct 28, 2021 168
Paranormal pubs in the spotlight; Guests report taps turning on by themselves and strange noises. MILO CLAY cheshire.news@reachplc.com @CheshireLive Oct 28, 2021 756
High street pub to close. Oct 28, 2021 156
'This is literally women's lives we are talking about' group calling on pubs to do more on safety. SOPHIE BROWNSON Reporter sophie.brownson@reachplc.com Oct 28, 2021 593
VPBank and SMBC agree to US$200 million syndicated loan. Oct 28, 2021 905
Vietnamese PM asks India to support, contribute to ASEAN's efforts in South China Sea. Oct 28, 2021 869
61 arrested as police raid pub in Soi Sukhumvit 23. Oct 27, 2021 172
PM suggests strengthening ASEAN-US strategic partnership in different aspects. Oct 27, 2021 920
Woman in warning on dangers of drug spiking. NICOLA DONNELLY Oct 27, 2021 271
Wetherspoons to cut the price of a pint to 99p during November; The move comes despite rising costs in the hospitality industry. By, Richard Blackledge Oct 27, 2021 501
The unbelievably pretty town in the Peak District that's home to a pub that serves a steak 'cooked to perfection'; Matlock is the county town of Derbyshire, but it's home to a top rated pub that serves a succulent steak. By, Ellen Jenne Oct 27, 2021 761
The pretty Cornwall village that's unfairly overshadowed by its famous neighbours but has one of the best pubs around; Zennor has a mysterious history, great food and sites of outstanding natural beauty. By, Rory Bennett Oct 27, 2021 445
Wetherspoons to cut drink prices next month with beers reduced to just 99p; The 99p sale will include three main drinks -Greene King IPA, Beck's bottles and whiskey measures at almost all 671 branches for 30 days. It comes as rivals warn of a 30p increase across the board. By, Emma Munbodh Oct 27, 2021 711
Pub introduces airport-style security after surge in women having drinks spiked; The Angel Inn, in Aberystwyth, have introduced non-contact searching at the door, using handheld metal detectors to find needles as well as torches to look through bags and wallets. By, Conor Gogarty & Alahna Kindred Oct 27, 2021 751
Police apologise for 'victim blaming' alcohol message; Force withdraws clubbing advice after criticism. KAIYA MARJORIBANKS Oct 27, 2021 407
PM attends five conferences on first day of 38th, 39th ASEAN Summits and Related Summits. Conference news Oct 27, 2021 1649
Village with 600 people raises PS535,000 to save its last pub. GARETH HUGHES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 27, 2021 726
Historic pubs set for future with PS550k. PHOEBE TONKS editorial@examiner.co.uk @examiner Oct 26, 2021 438
Big stores 'fuelling underage drinking' PUB LANDLORD WANTS CLOSER WATCH ON SHOP ALCOHOL SALES. LIAM RANDALL Local Democracy Reporter welshnews@dailypost.co.uk Oct 26, 2021 526
Park Hyatt Busan presents 'Japanese premium whisky highball sampler'. Oct 26, 2021 215
'The next thing I remember was waking up in my bed the next day with no clue how I got there' woman 'massively worried about what could have happened'. LUKE GREEN luke.green@reachplc.com @LUKEGREENGT1 Oct 26, 2021 521
VN-Index to continue fluctuating at 1,380-1,400 points. Oct 25, 2021 694
Mekong Delta province green-lights clutch of major projects. Oct 25, 2021 387
Coal miners see improved results in Q3. Financial report Oct 25, 2021 735
HCM city food providers bounce back from COVID-19, ensure food supply. Oct 25, 2021 483
VN's electronics industry continues to grow despite COVID-19. Oct 25, 2021 924
Village with 600 people raises PS535k to save its last pub; INCREDIBLE EFFORT SEES LOCAL SAVED FOR THE COMMUNITY. GARETH HUGHES Oct 25, 2021 573
PUB TICKETS CLIMBDOWN; Music U-turn as minister denies policy 'shambles'. MIRROR REPORTER Oct 25, 2021 377
It sure was great to get back to a busy pub and all that jazz. JOE O'SHEA Rebel with a cause Oct 25, 2021 397
How local bars are helping to ensure pubgoers are safe following spate of drink spiking across country. Oct 25, 2021 417
New 'ski chalet' bar set to open in the city. Oct 24, 2021 211
HCM City rolls out red carpet for workers. Oct 24, 2021 470
Gran, 50, was 'psychotic and screaming' after suspected drink spiking on date night; The 50-year-old. from Hull, went out for a bite to eat with her husband but ended up feeling 'psychotic' after a few sips of wine -leading her to believe her drink was tampered with. By, Lucy Marshall Oct 23, 2021 473
Conor McGregor flaunts wealth by arriving at his pub in £170,000 Bentley; Conor McGregor might not be active in the UFC at the moment, but he's shown off his wealth to fans by parking his luxury Bentley outside a famous pub in Dublin. By, Fraser Watson Oct 23, 2021 420
Pub to hold girls-only nights as fears of spikings rise; Men will be banned. By, Olimpia Zagnat & Daniel Smith Oct 23, 2021 341
Staggeringly pretty Sussex village 90 minutes from London with one of the best pub meals in the UK; It also has one of the UK's best trees -if that is your thing. By, Callum Cuddeford Oct 23, 2021 585
club toge OGETHER; FINALLY BACK CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: NIGHTLIFE >>>>Venues throw open their doors after 19 long months >>>>But industry seethes over 'unworkable' ticket system. CILLIAN O'BRIEN and FERGHAL BLANEY Political Editor Oct 23, 2021 759
Historic city pub faces demolition for flats scheme. JOHN JONES Reporter john.jones@walesonline.co.uk Oct 23, 2021 252
Bar boycott to call for safety first measures; action urged over spiking increase. SOPHIE BROWNSON Reporter Oct 23, 2021 474
Bin off beer duty rise to boost industry - MPs; MANY PUBS ARE STILL SUFFERING FOLLOWING PANDEMIC. DAN O'DONOGHUE Westminster editor dan.odonoghue@reachplc.com Oct 23, 2021 417
West Midland pubs and clubs hit by shortage of bouncers. Oct 22, 2021 201
THRONG & ONG DANCE; CORONAVIRUS CRISIS: IT'S A GOOD NIGHT FOR CLUBBERS The party's back on as Govt agrees to relax Covid measures Martin says there are 'anomalies' but appeals for patience. FERGHAL BLANEY and CIARA PHELAN Oct 22, 2021 760
Kagwe clarifies on pubs closing time. Oct 22, 2021 180
Bar owners commit to Covid protocols to avoid closure. Oct 22, 2021 416
KAMPUS TO GET A PIZZA THE NELL'S ACTION; COMMON SCRAPS PUB PLAN AT NEW CITY DEVELOPMENT IN FAVOUR OF RESTAURANT. DAISY JACKSON Oct 22, 2021 470
Student claims her drink was 'spiked' on night out; 'I FELT LIKE DEATH THE NEXT DAY'. CHARLOTTE HADFIELD ECHO Reporter charlotte.hadfield@trinitymirror.com @Charl_hadfield Oct 22, 2021 607
Villagers say pub ruling is heartbreaking. ALEX METCALFE Local democracy reporter alex.metcalfe@reachplc.com @Mecs_LDR Oct 22, 2021 736
Extra searches pledge by bar bosses over spiking fears; New measures to be brought in atTingle. CHRIS MARZELLA Oct 22, 2021 601
spikes spark crackdown; Bar bosses vow to increase security and train staff to spot signsofdruggingafterreportsdrinkersarebeing targeted. CHRIS MARZELLA Oct 22, 2021 156
Fury at PS2.50 for bands to check if drink is spiked; Women's fury as bar invites them to pay to stay safe from predators on their nights out. JANE HAMILTON Crime Reporter Oct 22, 2021 353
'Total annihilation': 250,000 jobs at risk in Malaysia if pubs, nightclubs remain shut under Phase Four of NRP, group warns. Oct 22, 2021 379
Restrictions to be lifted for restaurants and bars in Tokyo area. Oct 22, 2021 389
Plea to ditch plans for beer tax rises to help crisis-hit pubs and breweries; New research reveals up to 20,000 pubs could be at risk of business failure, putting 200,000 jobs at risk if beer duty is increased. By, Brett Gibbons Oct 21, 2021 377
Yard of Ale drinking banned because of safety fears; It is the latest charity event to fall foul of safety rules after one involving a conger eel was also scrapped. By, Neil Shaw Oct 21, 2021 605
Plea to ditch plans for beer tax rises to help crisis-hit pubs and breweries; New research reveals up to 20,000 pubs could be at risk of business failure, putting 200,000 jobs at risk if beer duty is increased. By, Brett Gibbons Oct 21, 2021 377
Bodies discovered in pub dig could be from 18th century. JOE O'SHEA Oct 21, 2021 281
State mulls extension of vaccination hours - Kagwe. Oct 21, 2021 215
Uhuru lifts nationwide dusk-to-dawn curfew. Oct 20, 2021 388
Pub responds to customer complaint after they tried to eat Tesco meal deal on premises; The man, known only as Owen, left the review minutes after leaving North Star in Cardiff's North Road in a huff on Tuesday afternoon -saying he was 'told off' over the meal deal. By, Jonathon Hill Oct 20, 2021 502
Drink spiking: Signs to look out for and how to stay safe on a night out; The Night Time Industry Association (NTIA) has warned that it has seen a rise in drink-spiking throughout the UK over recent weeks -here are some ways to stay safe. By, Rosaleen Fenton Oct 20, 2021 490
Pub manager hits back at man who took in own food. JONATHON HILL Reporter jonathon.hill@walesonline.co.uk Oct 20, 2021 449
Pub's bid to extend its opening hours is approved. ANTHONY LEWIS Local Democracy Reporter anthony.lewis@reachplc.com Oct 20, 2021 953
93 guests arrested as police raid music bar in Bangkok. Oct 19, 2021 258
Price of a pint of beer 'to rise by 30p' amid crippling supply shortages; It has prompted some publicans to urge Chancellor Rishi Sunak to freeze the alcohol duty rate with one expert warning a £6 pint could become commonplace in the south east. By, William Walker Oct 19, 2021 399
Pubs planning 30p beer price rise from November -before any Budget changes kick in; A lack of hospitality staff returning after furlough has led to pubs having to increase wages to fill the estimated 134,000 vacancies across the sector -while still grappling with stock shortages. By, Emma Munbodh Oct 19, 2021 588
Pub landlord vows to stop Britain running out of Nigels with record-breaking Nige-fest; Landlord Nigel Smith has vowed to save Britain from running out of Nigels by throwing a record breaking Nige-fest with prizes for newborn Nigels and free pints for all named Nigel. By, Nigel Iskander & Kieren Williams Oct 19, 2021 595
The price of a pint 'set to increase by 30p' due to rising costs facing the industry; The predicted increase is due to rising costs facing the industry. By, William Walker & Danny Thompson Oct 19, 2021 329
The unbelievably stunning village in Somerset named one of the best places in the UK which is home to a pub with 'amazing' fish and chips; For a tiny village in the middle of Somerset, there sure is something magical about Mells. By, Ellen Jenne Oct 18, 2021 709
The stunning Cornwall seaside town with one of the best pubs in the UK; The hidden gem is surprisingly easy for Londoners to access. By, Rory Bennett Oct 18, 2021 518
Cheers to seeing you all again! STEINS, BRATWURST AND A BAVARIAN BASH. OKTOBERFEST TAKES OVER CENTRE SQUARE. JADE MCELWEE jade.mcelwee@reachplc.com @JADEMREPORTER Oct 18, 2021 213
'Eat, drink, play and party under one roof' at new bar. Oct 18, 2021 212
Comparison of pubs that didn't renew licenses. Oct 18, 2021 185
Tears not cheers for shut pubs; COMMENT 1st Floor, Independent House, 27-32 Talbot Street Dublin 1 irishmirror.ie. Oct 18, 2021 228
Pioneer Day at Stacy's Tavern revisits life in the 19th century. Submitted by Glen Ellyn Historical Society Oct 17, 2021 319
Most homeowners would repurpose their space for a cinema, library or 'zen room'; If money were no object, homeowners would love an online games room, library or reading space -and even a pub or bar -in their house, a new study has revealed. By, Alice Hughes Oct 17, 2021 857
Londoners name the city's 'grimiest pub' which used to have collections for the IRA; Londoner's have spoken about the dodgiest pubs in the city and one was literally a bombsite. By, Rory Bennett Oct 17, 2021 409
Fans are the real stars, just like the staff in my pub; James Blunt on how the name of greatest hits album is a tribute to his torch-waving followers and how looking after bar workers was his top priority in lockdown. JULES BOYLE Oct 17, 2021 1479
Free pumpkin carving and Days of Darkness at Imperial Oak Brewing this Halloween. Submitted by Imperial Oak Brewing Oct 16, 2021 315
Footy local to be transformed into Indian gastropub. Oct 16, 2021 258
Les stars de la pub : Touri, Boubegra, El Anka et les autres. larbii Oct 16, 2021 872
Serving police officer arrested on suspicion of 'serious' sexual assault; Police have given descriptions of two witnesses they want to speak to who were chatting to an officer outside a pub in Jersey and have reassured that they are not suspected of any wrongdoing. By, Matt Strudwick Oct 16, 2021 394
Beautiful island off coast of the UK where there's no electricity at night and the pub never closes; It is also known as the 'puffin island'. By, Beth Gulliver Oct 16, 2021 438
Art exhibition with Teesside at its heart goes on display at shopping centre; Works include images of the Transporter Bridge, the Captain Cook pub and Fleet House with a vast sky above it. By, Joanne Welford Oct 16, 2021 224
Sex of singers 'no longer an issue' at pub. JOANNE WELFORD joanne.welford@reachplc.com Oct 15, 2021 411
Pub keeps its licence despite drug raid chaos; SUSPECTS STUFFED POWDER DOWN TROUSERS. NICK TYRRELL Local Democracy Reporter nick.tyrrell@trinitymirror.com @NCTYRRELL Oct 15, 2021 351
'Hidden' bar has walls you can draw on... Oct 15, 2021 286
Free Pumpkin Carving and Days of Darkness at Imperial Oak Brewing This Halloween. Imperial Oak Brewing Oct 15, 2021 313

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