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The new scheme will recognise a Newsagent of the Month in each of the four NFRN regions - Scotland and Northern Ireland, Northern, Midlands and Southern and all monthly winners will automatically be shortlisted for the national NFRN Newsagent of THEYEAR title.
21 October 2015 - UK-based convenience store operator McColl's Retail Group plc (LSE: MCLS) has decided to sell 100 of its newsagents following a review of its portfolio of 1346 stores, the company said.
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.
IRISH newsagents will hide copies of Charlie Hebdo to avoid offending their customers, a leading retail organisation claims.
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 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.
TWO masked raiders threatened a newsagent worker with a knife in a terrifying late night robbery.
AN "acne-scarred" man who stole pounds 300 from a Solihull newsagent is being sought by police.
The amount of smoking- related pollutants in these newsstands was related to the cigarettes each newsagent smoked.
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.