If I understand what you are asking for then you can use the following samples with just a bit of modification.
<p><a href="@Html.Raw("/mynews/newsitems" + @Html.Raw(newsItem.ItemDefaultUrl))">Read More...</a></p>
<p><a href="@Html.Raw("/mynews/newsitems" + @Html.Raw(newsItem.Urls.Url))">Read Morer...</a></p>
Basically you have two options: ItemDefaultUrl and Urls.Url. Both do the same thing, ItemDefaultUrl just implicitly returns the first url in the collection.
Please note: The "/mynews/newsitems" should be the path to where your news page is located. This example is displaying a news page that is two levels deep in the sitemap. So MyNews (Page group) --> NewsItems (Page). Your's may not be 2 deep, just using this as an example for constructing urls.
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