newsagent newsagent


  • (n) someone who sells newspapers


  • Newsagents & Stationery Stores in the UK Industry Market Research Report Now Updated by IBISWorld

    Over the five years through 2013-14, operators in the Newsagents & Stationery Stores industry have faced a tough trading environment due to increasing competition from external players, declining newspaper circulation numbers and the growth of internet shopping. The industry is forecast to continue to decline over the five years through 2018-19 primarily due to the increased dominance of the ...
    on August 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "I'd just finally gone up to the coast to try and have a couple of days off, catch a wave," Swan recalled. "And I have this vivid memory of sitting in my car outside the newsagent at Cotton Tree, which is near Maroochydore, in the pelting...
    on Oct 17, 2008 By: Wayne Swan Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. When someone from the audience yelled "restaurants", Johnson replied: "Yes, you eat well. Thank you. Who would have dreamt you could go into Tesco and buy mange tout, or your newsagent for mango juice?"
    on Dec 15, 2007 By: Boris Johnson Source: Wimbledon Guardian

  3. Mr Coleman explained: "A friend of mine emailed me from Melbourne to tell me the Assembly was featured on CNN and when I nipped into my local newsagent one morning, a chap said to me, I know you you're that bloke off the telly', and just as I was...
    on Jan 4, 2006 By: Brian Coleman Source: Barnet Times

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