Tag Archives: Hospitality

Cool App Helps Venues Split Bills

If you’ve ever been stuck with the bill by your friends after a meal, you’ll be pleased to hear that there’s a new app that will make sure everyone pays their share after a meal. The new app will be used in over 200 venues across Australia to allow patrons to split their bill easily. […]

Youth on Gold Coast Urged to Join Hospitality Sector

With more than 60 vacant trainee and apprentice chefs positions open on the Gold Coast, young people are being urged to look into a career in the hospitality sector. There is currently a skills shortage in this sector and as the summer and Christmas rush approaches, the shortages are expected to worsen. With youth unemployment […]

BOSCAR Shows On-Premises Assaults Down on Central Coast

According to data from BOCSAR (The Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research), assault rates in licensed premises on the New South Wales Central Coast have more than halved since 2008, a result the AHA NSW accredits to the efforts by hoteliers, police and local community. In the Gosford Local Government Area (LGA), assaults are down by […]

Adding Smokiness to Your Cocktails

To add another dimension of flavour to your cocktails and take the taste to the next level, why not add a hint of smokiness to enhance the drink? Here’s how. Add smoke with spirits The writer of the DrinkStraightUp.com blog suggests rinsing a glass in a scotch such as Compass Box’s The Peat Monster, or popular […]

The Purpose of a Food Safety Audit

With much of the success of a food business dependent on its food safety processes and systems, a food safety audit helps gather information about the business and determine whether there is room for improvement. Another important purpose of a food safety audit is to pinpoint deficiencies in the food safety processes and systems within […]

Tasmanian Hospitality Skills Shortage

The hospitality industry in Tasmania is experiencing a skills shortage, particularly among chefs, putting its fine dining reputation at risk, a recent article on Abc.net.au explained. Apprentices are in high demand and literacy problems seem to be hampering progress among apprentices. To find out more, read the article here.

Adelaide Hospitality Service Not Up to Par

A recent post on PerthNow.com.au asked the question, is the surge in the Adelaide hospitality sector killing good service? With food and drink businesses inundating Adelaide, there are concerns that service levels have dropped substantially, leaving patrons dissatisfied. Find out more here. Remember if you’re employed in the hospitality sector at a licensed venue, you […]


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