sub-post office


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sub-post office

n
(Commerce) (in Britain) a post office run by a sub-postmaster or sub-postmistress as a self-employed agent for the Post Office
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sub-post office

[sʌbˈpəʊstˌɒfɪs] nufficio postale secondario
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To obtain a personal ID, a user needs to fill and submit a compulsory application form to the nearest sub-post office, which forwards it to the ICT division of Sri Lanka Post for further processing and verification.
TWO men charged with robbery after an incident in a village sub-post office appeared before a judge yesterday.
SENTENCE has been adjourned on a woman who stole more than pounds 14,000 from a sub-post office and shop which she ran.
THE sentencing of a woman who stole more than pounds 14,000 from the sub-post office and shop she ran was adjourned to allow time for a cheque to clear.
Fred and Rose Voase, who are both in their 60s, were injured by two masked attackers who targeted the Wylam sub-post office in Northumberland early yesterday.
Councillor Lewis, who represents Penrhyndeudraeth on Gwynedd council, runs Siop Dewi, a general shop in the village's High Street and which also contains a sub-post office.
The business, which included the sub-post office in Grange Avenue, closed this month.
It is claimed that the sub-post office network is not viable and implied that the sub-post offices themselves would close down anyway.
Mr Patel took over the sub-post office in Jerusalem Street, in Rhymney, in May and has spent the last few months turning it into a convenience store.
Failure to adapt to the needs of their customers has clearly been a deciding factor in the death of the sub-post office.
Postal services are provided at Post Office Locals by staff on the main store counter, rather than a separate sub-post office area with dedicated post office employees and separate tills.