Hassle-free shopping for Warwick

BOOKS, check. Pencils, check. Sharpener, check. Calculator, check. Ruler, check. Uniforms, check – getting the kids back to school can be a stressful task.

Longstanding local businesses Hynes Newsagency and Coorey's have years of experience at making this time easier for all involved.

Hynes Newsagency has 32 years of experience with supplying the Warwick community with back-to-school needs. The five friendly sales staff – Kerry, Kaidi, Monique, Hannah and Emily – are more then happy to assist customers when filling book lists.

Book lists can be confusing but the staff will be able to point customers in the right direction. Better yet, drop off your list and have the staff put it together so all you have to do is pick it up.

Hynes stocks all primary school textbooks and a complete range of stationery items for primary and secondary school levels.

Uniforms are a must on the back-to-school list and, after 59 years in the industry, Joe and Jackie Coorey are experts when it comes to outfitting students.

Coorey's stocks all sizes for boys and girls, St Mary's and Assumption uniforms and a large range of state school uniforms for the district.

Good, old-fashioned personal service is what Joe and Jackie pride themselves on and, together with daughter Cathy and staff member Aileen, the team makes uniform shopping a lot less stressful.

Be assured of getting the right fit, quality products and low prices every time. A large range of socks and hats is also available.


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