FNW

AcronymDefinition
FNWFirst North Western (1997-2004; England, UK)
FNWFar North Wrestling (Pittsburgh, PA)
FNWFalcon Northwest (computer manufacturer)
FNWFédération des Nationalistes Wallons (French: Federation of Nationalist Walloons; Belgium)
FNWFemoral Neck Width
FNWFrisco Neighborhood Watch (Frisco, TX)
FNWFuture of Nuclear Weapons
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Freda Lewis, director of FNW, said that the organisation was keen to increase respect among foster carers.
The delay is down to an issue between the Strategic Rail Authority and FNW.
Aslef says FNW drivers have the lowest basic pay of any in the rail industry.
FNW also offers a vital connecting service for longer journeys -the major interchanges at Crewe for trains to the south on a Saturday and Wigan or Preston for stations to the north and Scotland.
The state is paying significant sums of money to FNW but FNW isn't able to provide the service because its staff are engaged in industrial action.
Aslef signed an agreement with FNW on July 26 - just before the strike planned to hit visitors to the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
A concerned FNW worker told the Daily Post: ``Wales and Borders Trains' parent company, National Express Group, has applied for the franchise but from what we understand there is no certainty that they will be awarded the contract.
FNW said it had offered further talks with Aslef yesterday but that no-one from the union was prepared to meet the company's negotiating team.
Scott Moody joined FNW as a pump and engineered-products salesman.
Consumer groups have called on FNW to make sure the Class 175s are put right as quickly as possible.