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The secret of happiness? A local pub

The secrets of happiness occupy voluminous books and an entire industry of analysts. The secret may be down the end of our roads: a pub we can call home. At least, according to a new study.

Jamaica Inn, Cornwall’s most famous smugglers' inn Special

Bodmin - Jamaica Inn is a Grade II listed building in the civil parish of Altarnun, Cornwall, England. It was made famous in the novel by Daphne du Maurier and various movie and television adaptations.

Irish pubs keep spark despite a decade smoke-free

Galway - Ten years ago this week, landlord Christy Ruane feared the introduction of the smoking ban in Ireland would stub out his business, and with it the popularity of the traditional Irish pub.

Brewer Greene King reports strong trading over Christmas

Brewer and pub chain owner Greene King has reported strong trading figures over the Christmas and New Year period, with sales up by five percent on last year.

Move to ban glass in pubs in Scottish Highlands sparks outrage

A new plan to ban pint glasses at Scottish Highlands pubs is sparking outrage among bars owners and bar patrons, who are calling the act a "nanny -state" act.

Coca Cola completes a study: Spain, the Spanish and their pubs

According to the Coca Cola company, a study they have just completed shows that there are 350,000 catering establishments in Spain, meaning on average there is one bar for every 132 inhabitants.

Woman has stomach removed after drinking liquid nitrogen cocktail

Lancaster - A teenager on a night out in Lancaster, UK required a life-saving operation to have her stomach removed after drinking a cocktail which contained liquid nitrogen at a local night spot popular with teenagers.

Good Friday pub opening – a first for Ireland

Pubs in the Irish city of Limerick are open today – the first Good Friday opening in Ireland since the country has had such hostelries.

British chain proposes perfumed pubs

Artificial scents are going to be pumped into British pubs to mask the smell of stale beer, sweat and other odors that were previously camouflaged by cigarette smoke. Does this make any sense to you?
 

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Live music in pubs  often with free admission could be a tradition that dies out unless the trend pu...
Live music in pubs, often with free admission could be a tradition that dies out unless the trend pub closures slows down.
Live football attracts large audiences when screened in pubs in the UK
Live football attracts large audiences when screened in pubs in the UK
Football showing in a pub
Football showing in a pub
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