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Fast Company Magazine
You Can't Be All Things To All PeopleI have been developing, testing, writing, and publishing recipes for more than
You Can't Be All Things To All People
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 4 hours ago
I have been developing, testing, writing, and publishing recipes for more than 35 years, and it’s safe to say that nothing I’ve ever done touches the challenges presented by my current situation at Purple Carrot, my meal kit startup. Not only am I... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Burlesque and cabaret showWhat's On In Aberdeen An evening of burlesque and cabaret Date: Saturday 13t
Burlesque and cabaret show
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 7 hours ago
What's On In Aberdeen An evening of burlesque and cabaret Date: Saturday 13th February 2016 Time: Doors open 7pm Venue: The Station Hotel, Aberdeen Tickets £10 (plus bf) in advance, available from Brown Paper Tickets -... Read more
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Psych Central
Study Debunks Stereotypes of Native Americans & AlcoholA new study has debunked the longstanding notion that Native Americans struggle
Study Debunks Stereotypes of Native Americans & Alcohol
Psych Central / Posted 8 hours ago
A new study has debunked the longstanding notion that Native Americans struggle more with alcohol addiction compared to other groups of people. The findings show that the drinking rates of Native Americans match those of whites, and in fact, Native... Read more
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WA Today
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shoppingDavid Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shopping
WA Today / Posted 9 hours ago
David Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket alternative to your usual trawl through the aisles. Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir said a team was already under construction and staff were already negotiating... Read more
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The Age
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shoppingMan with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker D
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shopping
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
Man with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker David Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket alternative to your usual trawl through the aisles. Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shoppingMan with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker D
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shopping
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
Man with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker David Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket alternative to your usual trawl through the aisles. Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir... Read more
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Canberra Times
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shoppingMan with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker D
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shopping
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
Man with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker David Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket alternative to your usual trawl through the aisles. Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir... Read more
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Brisbane Times
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shoppingMan with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker D
David Jones promises to revolutionise food shopping
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 hours ago
Man with a plan: Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir. Photo: Nic Walker David Jones plans to revolutionise food shopping in Australia with an upmarket alternative to your usual trawl through the aisles. Woolworths Holdings group chief Ian Moir... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Find out which restaurant is taking over St Vincent Street Post Office, creating 70 jobsA new restaurant will open in the vacant St Vincent Street Post Office building
Find out which restaurant is taking over St Vincent Street Post Office, creating 70 jobs
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 hours ago
A new restaurant will open in the vacant St Vincent Street Post Office building in Glasgow. Miller & Carter has announced it will open a new steakhouse on Friday, March 4 on the street which has been populated with restaurants including Five Guys... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
USDA offers lead testing, nutrition support in FlintFLINT – Free blood tests for lead will temporarily be offered to some low-incom
USDA offers lead testing, nutrition support in Flint
Detroit Free Press / Posted 23 hours ago
FLINT – Free blood tests for lead will temporarily be offered to some low-income Flint mothers and children, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday as staff visited a local elementary school. Several federal nutrition programs also... Read more
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The Apalachicola Times
Mayor floats Italian company dealPigs are not flying overhead at Scipio Creek, but could be, in a sense, if an I
Mayor floats Italian company deal
The Apalachicola Times / Posted yesterday
Pigs are not flying overhead at Scipio Creek, but could be, in a sense, if an Italian company’s multi-faceted and far-reaching food processing plan for FranklinCounty, headquartered at Scipio Creek’s Harbormaster’s House, makes it to bacon.From... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Best romantic restaurants | Dayton FoodHave you ever wondered where to go for a romantic meal? We've got a list of the
Best romantic restaurants | Dayton Food
Dayton Daily News / Posted yesterday
Have you ever wondered where to go for a romantic meal? We've got a list of the region's best -- each of these spots has an intimate atmosphere, high-quality food, great service and well-made drinks. The best part is that you don't have to just do... Read more
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Business Standard India
ITC to invest Rs 3,000 cr in West BengalThese projects involve two integrated consumer goods manufacturing facilities i
ITC to invest Rs 3,000 cr in West Bengal
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
These projects involve two integrated consumer goods manufacturing facilities in Uluberia (400,000 square feet) and Panchla (800,000 square feet) and an IT facility (27 lakh square feet) in Rajarhat near the state's capital. Previously, while... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool kebab shop shortlisted for top awardA Liverpool restaurant has been nominated for the kebab Oscars. Istanbul Barbe
Liverpool kebab shop shortlisted for top award
Liverpool Echo / Posted yesterday
A Liverpool restaurant has been nominated for the kebab Oscars. Istanbul Barbecue and Bistro, on Allerton Road in Woolton, is a finalist in the Best Value Restaurant section, competing with kebab shops in London, Leeds and Kingston. The shortlist... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Battered, Malnourished Horse Rescued in Cape TownA malnourished colt was rescued in Mitchells Plain after children beat it, prob
Battered, Malnourished Horse Rescued in Cape Town
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
A malnourished colt was rescued in Mitchells Plain after children beat it, probably with sticks or stones, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA said on Wednesday. The young horse, probably around 18 months old, looked as though he was dying when inspectors... Read more
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The Daily Voice - White Plains
Respect Keeps White Plains' Husband And Wife Chefs Happy In Kitchen, HomeWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Executive Chef Peter Assue and wife, Pastry Chef Tracy Ka
Respect Keeps White Plains' Husband And Wife Chefs Happy In Kitchen, Home
The Daily Voice - White Plains / Posted yesterday
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Executive Chef Peter Assue and wife, Pastry Chef Tracy Kamperdyk Assue admit it was never part of their plan to work together, yet here they are, 22 years later, and still toiling together at City Limits in White Plains and... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Stamford
Respect Keeps Stamford Husband And Wife Chefs Happy In Kitchen, HomeWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Executive Chef Peter Assue and wife, Pastry Chef Tracy Ka
Respect Keeps Stamford Husband And Wife Chefs Happy In Kitchen, Home
The Daily Voice - Stamford / Posted yesterday
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Executive Chef Peter Assue and wife, Pastry Chef Tracy Kamperdyk Assue admit it was never part of their plan to work together, yet here they are, 22 years later, and still toiling together at City Limits in White Plains and... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Refugee kitchen helps Syrian chef spotlight his native foodIt is a description of the 40-year-old refugee's new life in Salt Lake City as
Refugee kitchen helps Syrian chef spotlight his native food
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
It is a description of the 40-year-old refugee's new life in Salt Lake City as much as it is of the food he has prepared. From the East - where the Syrian-born Abdul Bari has spent most of his life - comes a colorful mound of basmati rice mixed with... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Sweets shop opens on Shattuck AvenueThe smell of fried dough graced Berkeley residents as local dessert restaurant
Sweets shop opens on Shattuck Avenue
The Daily Californian / Posted yesterday
The smell of fried dough graced Berkeley residents as local dessert restaurant Endless Summer Sweets opened its doors for the first time Friday. Antoinette Sanchez, the restaurant’s owner, has been selling funnel cakes and other carnival food at... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Traditional supermarkets seem to be vanishing. Let's do something about itIt's tough finding an affordable supermarket in the city today. A Key Food in
Traditional supermarkets seem to be vanishing. Let's do something about it
Crain's New York Business / Posted 2 days ago
It's tough finding an affordable supermarket in the city today. A Key Food in Clinton Hill. Pathmarks in Gowanus, East Harlem and Inwood. The Associated Supermarket in Washington Heights that served its community for more than three decades. These... Read more
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Science Daily
Stereotypes about Native Americans and alcohol debunked: Native Americans are more likely to abstain from alcohol than whites, and heavy drinking and binge drinking rates are about the same for both groupsThe UA study, published online Feb. 8 in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependenc
Stereotypes about Native Americans and alcohol debunked: Native Americans are more likely to abstain from alcohol than whites, and heavy drinking and binge drinking rates are about the same for both groups
Science Daily / Posted 2 days ago
The UA study, published online Feb. 8 in the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, was conducted by James K. Cunningham, PhD, lead author, a U.S. Fulbright scholar and social epidemiologist with the UA Department of Family and Community Medicine and... Read more
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Sussex Express
New M&S food shop to open at Pevensey roundaboutPevensey’s mayor will be cutting the ribbon to officially open a new M&S Simply
New M&S food shop to open at Pevensey roundabout
Sussex Express / Posted 2 days ago
Pevensey’s mayor will be cutting the ribbon to officially open a new M&S Simply Food store at Pevensey roundabout tomorrow (Wednesday, February 10). The joint BP and Marks & Spencer development will offer motorists ‘a wide range of M&S quality food... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Traditional supermarkets seem to be vanishing. Let's do something about itA Key Food in Clinton Hill. Pathmarks in Gowanus, East Harlem and Inwood. The A
Traditional supermarkets seem to be vanishing. Let's do something about it
Crain's New York Business / Posted 2 days ago
A Key Food in Clinton Hill. Pathmarks in Gowanus, East Harlem and Inwood. The Associated Supermarket in Washington Heights that served its community for more than three decades. These are just a few of the New York City supermarkets that have closed... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australia enjoys new boom in China beef demandFarmers like Sam Burton-Taylor are capitalising on Australia's reputation for h
Australia enjoys new boom in China beef demand
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
Farmers like Sam Burton-Taylor are capitalising on Australia's reputation for high-quality produce at a time of dwindling trust among Chinese citizens in the safety of their own food. Photo: Jay Cronan In the restaurants of Beijing and Shanghai,... Read more
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examiner.com
Bees at the birdfeederThese days, the weather has us questioning whether or not winter will ever take
Bees at the birdfeeder
examiner.com / Posted 3 days ago
These days, the weather has us questioning whether or not winter will ever take up residence or if we have simply sprung right into spring. Over the past couple of weeks, 50 and 60 degree days seem to have confused plants and trees, and affected the... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Pet of the week: LeoLeo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo fi
Pet of the week: Leo
The New Canaan News / Posted 3 days ago
Leo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo first arrived at our shelter severely emaciated, weighing in at only 45 pounds. Thanks to high quality food, Leo is at a healthy weight of 65 pounds! Leo enjoys going on... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Pet of the week: LeoLeo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo fi
Pet of the week: Leo
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 days ago
Leo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo first arrived at our shelter severely emaciated, weighing in at only 45 pounds. Thanks to high quality food, Leo is at a healthy weight of 65 pounds! Leo enjoys going on... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Pet of the week: LeoLeo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo fi
Pet of the week: Leo
Darien News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
Leo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo first arrived at our shelter severely emaciated, weighing in at only 45 pounds. Thanks to high quality food, Leo is at a healthy weight of 65 pounds! Leo enjoys going on... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Pet of the week: LeoLeo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo fi
Pet of the week: Leo
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 3 days ago
Leo was found wandering around the Saw Mill Parkway by a Good Samaritan. Leo first arrived at our shelter severely emaciated, weighing in at only 45 pounds. Thanks to high quality food, Leo is at a healthy weight of 65 pounds! Leo enjoys going on... Read more
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The Border Mail
Pizzini Wines the best in AustraliaThe King Valley business won a national wineries, distilleries and breweries aw
Pizzini Wines the best in Australia
The Border Mail / Posted 3 days ago
The King Valley business won a national wineries, distilleries and breweries award WIN: Senator Richard Colbeck (second from left) with the winning Pizzini family. The cellar door serving Italian-style varieties at Pizzini Wines is the best in the... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Gold star for school meals Locking Primary School children and parents enjoying free school meals. The
Gold star for school meals
Weston Mercury / Posted 4 days ago
Locking Primary School children and parents enjoying free school meals. The company which cooks the majority of school meals in North Somerset has been given an award for its food. To send a link to this page you must be... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Korean expressway-stops vie with quality food during lunar New Year’s holiday By Chun Ji-hyun and Park Eun-jin, Maeil Business News Korea Korean expresswa
Korean expressway-stops vie with quality food during lunar New Year’s holiday
Manila Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
By Chun Ji-hyun and Park Eun-jin, Maeil Business News Korea Korean expressways brace up for the biggest annual traffic with 35.45 million people, or 70 percent of South... Read more
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BC Local News
Cedar cafe provides employment to those with disabilitiesSnuggled in the heart of Cedar lies a little cafe that's making a big impact.
Cedar cafe provides employment to those with disabilities
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
Snuggled in the heart of Cedar lies a little cafe that's making a big impact. It is a place where everyone is welcome and feels more like a country home than a coffee shop. Over the years, Coco Cafe has become more of a hub for the community than a... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Cedar cafe provides employment to those with disabilitiesSnuggled in the heart of Cedar lies a little cafe that's making a big impact.
Cedar cafe provides employment to those with disabilities
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
Snuggled in the heart of Cedar lies a little cafe that's making a big impact. It is a place where everyone is welcome and feels more like a country home than a coffee shop. Over the years, Coco Cafe has become more of a hub for the community than a... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Restaurant Report Card: Original Chubby's fails again, food kept at unsafe tempsDENVER -- Duffey’s Bakery in Denver failed our Restaurant Report Card with 11 c
Restaurant Report Card: Original Chubby's fails again, food kept at unsafe temps
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 5 days ago
DENVER -- Duffey’s Bakery in Denver failed our Restaurant Report Card with 11 critical health code violations in its December and June inspections from last year. Duffey's Bakery, Denver In December, the inspector found “50 dead flies on a fly... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Chef brings Thai food cooking secrets to ToowoombaA TOOWOOMBA cafe, retail space and cooking school is working to give residents
Chef brings Thai food cooking secrets to Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
A TOOWOOMBA cafe, retail space and cooking school is working to give residents a chance to learn how to make the best cuisine for themselves. The Sauce Kitchen is bringing the flavours of Thai and Asian cooking to the region, with future Masterchefs... Read more
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Grainnet.com
Global Food Safety Initiative Commends Canadian Food Inspection Agency For Private Certification of Food FacilitiesParis, February 5, 2016 – The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) applauds the
Global Food Safety Initiative Commends Canadian Food Inspection Agency For Private Certification of Food Facilities
Grainnet.com / Posted 6 days ago
Paris, February 5, 2016 – The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) applauds the new Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) policy on private certification schemes used by food facilities that was announced this week in Ottawa. The CFIA acknowledges... Read more
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Newsmax
Daily Chocolate During Pregnancy Helps Mom and BabyPregnant women who nibble just a small piece of chocolate each day may improve
Daily Chocolate During Pregnancy Helps Mom and Baby
Newsmax / Posted 6 days ago
Pregnant women who nibble just a small piece of chocolate each day may improve the circulatory health of their unborn child, a new study suggests. The tiny treat may also reduce the risk for preeclampsia, a potentially deadly condition in which a... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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The Young Witness
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Western Advocate
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Manning River Times
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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The North West Star
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from EuropeHotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash b
Traveller letters: The Australian hotel industry could learn a lot from Europe
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
Hotels in Europe do not ask for a pre-authorisation on credit cards or a cash bond amount. WOULDN'T CREDIT IT I've just spent six weeks in Europe staying in a variety of accommodation from hostels to four-star hotels. And not in one of them was I... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
New tenants are preparing to reopen Portaferry Hotel The Portaferry Hotel is set to reopen The Portaferry Hotel is set to re-open
New tenants are preparing to reopen Portaferry Hotel
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
The Portaferry Hotel is set to reopen The Portaferry Hotel is set to re-open this month after its former tenants shut the business last year. Well-known business owners Cahal and Mary Arthurs,... Read more
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Newham Recorder
New Indian restaurant opens in Forest Gate New Indian resturant Ghost Chilli in Forest Gate An ambitious chef from Maur
New Indian restaurant opens in Forest Gate
Newham Recorder / Posted 6 days ago
New Indian resturant Ghost Chilli in Forest Gate An ambitious chef from Mauritius is hoping to be the next Gordon Ramsay – in all but the swearing – as he launches his own restaurant. Chef Hussain Emadul... Read more
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