Top Hospitality News & Ideas This Week
This week: Making the most of your digital presence - Melbourne restaurants, not-for-profit team up to feed people in need - Emus banned from outback pub - and more.
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Country residents are worried some small pubs are being bought just for their poker machine entitlements and won't be viable without gaming. In 2018 the law was changed making it easier for small country pubs to sell their entitlements. - abc.net.au
A pub in Sydney’s east has come under fire for displaying coronavirus signs deemed racist and discriminatory, as social tension mirrors the seriousness of the global disposition and not all appreciate attempts to make any light of the situation. - pubtic.com.au
In the darkness of a pandemic, it can be hard keeping track of everything but ensuring that you are making the most of every opportunity to engage with customers has never been more important. - barsclubs.com.au
As if it's not difficult enough trying to steer a restaurant through Melbourne's second lockdown, David Lakhi of Heidelberg's Little Black Pig and Sons has taken on a new challenge. - goodfood.com.au
The Yaraka Hotel, in the tiny town of the same name south of Longreach, has made headlines for its recent sign on the door expressly banning emus from entering on account of past "bad behaviour". - 9news.com.au
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