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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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Comment: McColl's Retail to sell 100 newsagents, focus on convenience store side of business
Mr Jennings said that those looking to get their hands on the one-off issue could still contact their local newsagents.
This is another example of the demand for good, high turnover newsagents businesses in the right locations in the North -east.
The newsagents is also a convenience store and off-licence.
Police believe he was accompanied by another man who acted as a lookout in the newsagent.
Newsagents spend 12 hours a day in small newsstands, which are completely closed except for a window to serve clients.
Early-bird punters head to the newsagent for their Racing Post
Dream symbol 2: "Winning Lottery and feeling ecstatic" - being connected by the newsagent makes you happy.
Makhanjeet Singh, owner of Lee Green newsagents, had parked his car outside another newsagent's shop in Knowl Road early yesterday morning, to pick his share of the morning newspapers, when smoke began pouring from his car.
Unless terms are restored many newsagents will boycott selling the paper," East Anglian newsagent Brian Webb wrote on his website.
So it was on a very hot, sultry day in Fforestfach I set out and walked, and walked and walked to find that newsagent.
A NEWSAGENT who helped out colleagues after their son was murdered in a vicious armed robbery has been given a national award.