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What new technology are we going to start seeing in pubs?

By Nigel Huddleston

Last month saw the ninth anniversary of the iPhone, the game-changer that transformed the humble mobile phone into a family photo album, record collection, video library, shopping mall, game centre and mind-blowing universal information resource.

Punch Taverns stress all help has been given


Punch tenant calls for more pubco support

By Emily Sutherland

A Punch Taverns tenant has urged pub companies to provide more support after falling behind with rent payments and being asked to leave her pub after seven years.

Plug in - or get switched off


Plug in - or get switched off

By James Evison

Pubs are beginning to embrace technology but they must go further to meet customers' expectations and identify the areas where they are still lagging behind. James Evison reports.

White Swan at Wighill


My pub: The White Swan, Wighill

By Sheila Mcwattie

Wesley Chamberlain, chef and co-tenant of the privately leased White Swan at Wighill, North Yorkshire, tells Sheila McWattie about boosting business with bartering, cyclists’ snacks, veg and cake shows and a breakfast club

Bramwell Pub Company, EBITDA

Bramwell owed £60.6m at collapse

By John Harrington

Bramwell Pub Company collapsed owing £60.6m to creditors, according to a new report that says the decision to put the company in administration followed a deterioration of trade and was sparked by one of its suppliers reducing its credit terms and demanding...

Licensee Dave Foskett (right), with partner Tutu Wongdao

PMA helps resolve £3,000 British Gas bill row

By Ellie Bothwell

British Gas has agreed to pay more than £3,000 to resolve an electricity bill dispute with a Buckinghamshire licensee after the Publican’s Morning Advertiser (PMA) intervened.