AN infestation of mice was just one of a catalogue of hygiene problems that should have made it ‘patently obvious’ that two Indian restaurants should not have been open, the Magistrate’s Court heard.
VALENTINO’S will close its doors for the last time today after 32 years.
A HOTEL worker who earned less than the minimum wage was unfairly dismissed, an employment and discrimination tribunal concluded.
HOSPITALITY experts and States officials have been brainstorming in a bid to showcase the career opportunities in the sector and make it more attractive to islanders.
EIGHTEEN full-time staff from Le Chalet Hotel could lose their jobs due to refurbishment work.
THREADING a 110ft-long barge through a 32ft gap is just one challenge facing the installation of Beaucette Marina’s new floating restaurant.
THE experience of self-catering accommodation owner Mark Hesse does not reflect the industry, which is in a healthy state, other owners said yesterday.
AFTER an evening of fine dining, the Channel Islands chef of the year was announced last night.
THE College of Further Education unveiled its newly-refurbished kitchen and restaurant yesterday.
A MAN who hoped to site a mobile catering business on the Bridge has had his request turned down by planners.
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