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Young pastry apprentice back-paid $7300

Young pastry apprentice back-paid $7300

The Fair Work Ombudsman has recovered more than $7000 back-pay for a young worker at a food manufacturing business in inner Sydney.

Tasmanian restaurant back-pays $20,000 to underpaid staff

Tasmanian restaurant back-pays $20,000 to underpaid staff

The Fair Work Ombudsman is issuing businesses a warning about the dangers of paying flat rates after a restaurant on Tasmania’s east coast underpaid five employees more than $20,000.

Just how optimistic are hospitality businesses?

Just how optimistic are hospitality businesses?

The future of the hospitality industry looks bright, with over 72 percent of businesses anticipating either a small or large increase in profitability over the next two years.

Long Shot transformed as part of Collins Square development [gallery]

Long Shot transformed as part of Collins Square development [gallery]

Collins Street espresso bar, Long Shot, has transformed into a 250sqm coffee shop after being redesigned by loopcreative.

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Wine Australia invites rising hospitality stars to apply for Pontifex Scholarship

Wine Australia invites rising hospitality stars to apply for Pontifex Scholarship

The Daniel Pontifex Memorial Trust, with the support of Wine Australia, is now accepting applications for the 2016 Daniel Pontifex Scholarship.

Insight into Australians’ drinking habits: Roy Morgan

Insight into Australians’ drinking habits: Roy Morgan

Data from Roy Morgan Research shows that while a higher proportion of Australians are drinking wine over beer, when it comes to the volume being consumed, beer is by far the leader of the pack.

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Gold Coast youth urged to join hospitality industry

Gold Coast youth urged to join hospitality industry

Young people on the Gold Coast are being urged to consider a career in the kitchen as the region’s restaurants and cafés struggle with a growing skills shortage.

Frying high: the sustainable management of cooking oils

Frying high: the sustainable management of cooking oils

When it comes to sustainable cooking oil management, the fryer, oil and a diligent cleaning program all work together to improve profitability, deliver a superior product and lessen your environmental footprint.

Why the world's top chefs are drawn to Australia

Why the world's top chefs are drawn to Australia

Australia has some of the best, most exciting produce in the world. Put it together with diners who seem to have an insatiable appetite for memorable dining experiences and there’s no wonder the world’s best chefs are setting up shop Down Under.

Tips on reducing food waste from Justine Schofield

Tips on reducing food waste from Justine Schofield

Hospitality recently caught up with Justine Schofield to discuss ways that chefs can reduce waste in the kitchen and redistribute leftover produce to those that need it.

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