Stoneshouse joins Food and Bev. Live
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Swiss and Irish Legends
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50 Years of Bar Education
By  Andrew O'Gorman   This article was written 50 years ago- but little has changed: &n...

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Hoteliers Woo Students

 As thousands of students deliberate their first round offers from the Central Application Office , the Irish Hotels Federation  is encouraging young people to consider a career 


in tourism.  Hospitality and tourism businesses around the country are looking to recruit over 6,000 entry-level employees each year across all areas of their operations.
 There is a variety of career options available through the CAO, PLC courses as well as opportunities for those who wish to start working straight from school. Areas include food and beverage; catering; accommodation services; reception; leisure centre and spa facility management; sales and marketing; human resources; IT; management and finance.
 The IHF has a dedicated website, 'Get a Life in Tourism', supported by Fáilte Ireland, which offers comprehensive information on the many careers available in the sector and how to get stared. The website also includes personal stories that offer a realistic picture of what to expect from a career in the tourism and hospitality sector as well as some of the many courses and training schemes that are available, providing young people with valuable first-hand information to help them make their course or career choice. 
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'Left Bank' is Top Pub

'The Left Bank',  Kilkenny bar has been named the best in Ireland at the annual Sky Bar of the Year Awardsl.
The 'People's Chpoice' award went to Galway pub An Púcán 
'Highline' at Sophie's on Dublin's Harcourt Street picked up the award for Best Late Bar/Nightclub.
The Wookshed Bar and Grill in Cork was named the' Best Place to Watch The Match', while 'Cask', also in Cotk was named the country's Best Cocktail Bar.
 Warehouse Bar and Kitchen in Letterkenny was named Best Newcomer, while Blackbird in Dublin was given the award for best Contemporary Bar.
 Luke O’Meara of the Liquor Rooms was named the Bushmills' Cocktail Bartender of the Year. 

Fleadh inspires Green Tourism

Community festival and event organisers are being invited to participate in an innovative training programme inspired by the success of the Green Fleadh, an environmental 


initiative rolled out to 450,000 visitors to Ennis during Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.
 Pictured from left are Maurice Walsh, Chair, Clare Tourism; Deirdre Power, Clare Tourism; Gloria Callinan, Clare Local Development Company; Martina Minogue, volunteer; Raquel Naboa, Elevate Clare; Karen Foley, Environmental Awareness Officer, Clare County Council. 
 Clare Tourism, supported by Clare County Council,  launched the Green Festival Ambassador and Leader programme, the first of its kind in Ireland.
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Top Speakers for Food Conference

The National Food and Drink Conference and Exhibition, the largest gathering of food industry professionals in Ireland, takes place on the 13th September in the Citywest 


Convention Centre, Dublin. The annual event will welcome 3,000 food industry professionals, 200 speakers and 170 exhibitors to discuss the key issues facing the food industry.
 There will be 22 conferences taking place within the event including Brexit Food Summit, Tourism and Hospitality Summit, Forecourt and Convenience Retail Expo, the Craft Beer and Spirits Expo and more.   
 Top speakers this year include:
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'Thrones' Week Six

It’s week six of Tourism Ireland’s Game of Thrones campaign which is rolling out around the world to coincide with season 7, showcasing Northern Ireland to millions of fans. 


Tourism Ireland has released another time-lapse video of the weaving of the latest section of its Game of Thrones® tapestry, hanging in the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
 This week’s section of tapestry includes a collection of scenes from “Eastwatch”, episode 5 of season 7: in Dragonstone, Daenerys once again convenes her war council. There, Jon receives a raven from Winterfell, warning that the Night King and his army of Wights are marching towards Eastwatch-by-the-Sea. After secretly meeting with Jaime, Tyrion rendezvouses with Davos and Gendry to escape Kings Landing and return to Dragonstone. Jon, Jorah, Davos and Gendry are joined by the Hound, Beric Dondarrion, Thoros of Myr Tormund Giantsbane, as they lead an expedition beyond the Wall to capture a Wight – alive.
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