Publicans are being encouraged to get involved with the Great British Spring Clean to help look after the planet.
This Saturday marks the end of Dry January and the start of the Six Nations - could it also mark the beginning of a busy period for pubs?
Licensees will get a helping hand from the government after the Chancellor announced that business rates will be reduced by £1,000 for small pubs.
We all know that football and rugby are at the top of the league when it comes to pulling in punters to watch a game. But why stop there? There are so many sports that could create the atmosphere and excitement to get people off their sofas and into your pub.
The news that Wetherspoons will be restricting parents with children with them to two alcoholic drinks each has been a hot talking point.
A trio of celebrities teamed up with the Samaritans and a London pub to raise spirits on Blue Monday.
A new incentive to tempt people into booking rooms in pubs at the last minute has been launched.
More than a third of consumers crave food with fever calories, additives and less processing, a survey has shown.
The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has predicted that 4.8 million pints of low and no alcohol beer will be sold across January.