Newquay hotel inferno claims lives of guests
Western Daily News, 18 August.
Luminar plans to hand back £41m to shareholders Luminar yesterday said it would use the proceeds from the sale of its Chicago Rock Cafe and Jumpin' Jaks bars to return £41m to shareholders. Earlier this year, Luminar disposed of 54 Chicago Rock Cafe branded venues, 13 Jumpin' Jaks branded sites and another 31 non-core units. - Yorkshire Post](http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/), 18 August.
Last remaining igloo restaurant to be demolished The last igloo in Canada's far north, a restaurant for 27 years, is set to be demolished. The Kamotiq Inn restaurant is to be replaced in coming months by a 50,000 sq ft office building. The restaurant, only 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle, is the only existing example of modern igloo architecture. - The Times, 18 August.
Burger chain entrepreneur opens Polish bakery in Scotland Jon Clemence, the entrepreneur behind the Wannaburger restaurant chain, has built Scotland's first large-scale Polish bakery. The Leith bakery will supply hotels, restaurants and Polish delicatessens with organic bread baked with Polish flour. - Scotland on Sunday, 19 August.