Top Hospitality News & Ideas This Week

By: HospitalityHub
11 September, 2020

This week: The ‘Slip, slop, slap’ for a night out - What Victoria's reopening road map means for restaurants - How you can help Melbourne’s bars - and more.

Each week HospitalityHub now brings you the most interesting, informative and entertaining hospitality related news stories and articles from Australia and around the world

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Sydney venue closed for COVID breaches

A Balmain pub will be closed for seven days from 5am Wednesday 8 September after it was found to be in breach of Public Health Orders. -


What Victoria's reopening road map means for restaurants

 The plan for the easing of restrictions shows a slow road for hospitality businesses in metro Melbourne. The first two steps will see hospitality businesses offering takeaway and delivery-only services. The third step, slated for October 26, is reliant on an average of five cases or fewer a day over a 14-day period. -


Negotiations underway to create 'one voice' for accommodation sector

Australian Hotels Association (AHA) President Scott Leach and Accommodation Association (AA) President Julian Clark said the AHA, Tourism Accommodation Australia and AA were working on creating a united voice for the struggling sector. -


New campaign is the ‘Slip, slop, slap’ for a night out

The Check. Check. Check. campaign, which is aimed at people aged 18-35, highlights the importance of understanding and following COVID hygiene and safety procedures in every venue. -


How you can help Melbourne’s bars

As Melbourne’s bars face another six weeks, at least, before they can welcome patrons again, now more than ever they need our help. - 


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