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NEWS

Abbreviation for:
Nights, Evenings and Weekends Service (Out of Hours)
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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.
She added: "The newsagent was illegally selling the alcohol to children by asking them to put it in their coat so the CCTV cameras would not record the sale.
As part of this work, local sector policing teams were asked to be mindful of business premises, in particular newsagents who may be distributing the Charlie Hebdo magazine and to consider that these shops may be vulnerable.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a final determination allowing the Australian Newsagents Federation (ANF) to negotiate on behalf of its members with a range of suppliers.
DESPITE increasing pressure from supermarkets and fuel stations, demand is still good for traditional newsagents stores in the region, say commercial property agents Christie & Co.
Officers are in the area carrying out inquiries and visiting newsagents in the area to offer reassurance and crime prevention advice.
Summary: CCTV footage has revealed how a hapless robber removed his balaclava and fell over a drinks display while attempting to flee a newsagents.
Launching a hunt to find the men, North Wales Police said they struck at McColls newsagents and general store on Rhyl Road at about 10pm on Sunday.
The study was based on 15 smoking newsagents and 15 non- smokers newsagents.
Not so long ago, the opening time for phone betting with all main firms was 9am, allowing a sneaky trip to take the dog for a walk via the newsagent to ensure a chance to take the prices before the inevitable cut.
She says: "I was going about my daily business and stopped in at my newsagent.
So the Sunday Mail has teamed up with RS McColl, The Newsagent and Supersweets.