NTE

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NTENote
NTENot-To-Exceed
NTENous Travaillons Ensemble (French: We Work Together)
NTENeutral Thermal Environment (infants)
NTENord-Trøndelag Elektrisitetsverk (Norwegian: North Trøndelag Electricity Works)
NTENight Time Economy (various locations)
NTENear Term Extinction (species)
NTENew Therapeutic Entity (Teva Pharmaceutical Industries)
NTENational Trade Estimate
NTENeuropathy Target Esterase
NTENetwork Termination Equipment
NTENational Transportation Exchange
NTENational Teachers Exam
NTENear to Eye (microdisplay)
NTENational Teacher's Examination
NTENavy Teletypewriter Exchange (US Navy)
NTENantes, France - Nantes-Chateau Bougon (Airport Code)
NTENo Title Exam
NTENamed Telephone Event
NTENational Tap Ensemble (National Tap Dance Company, USA)
NTENetwork Transmission Element (Bellcore)
NTENew Technology Embedded
NTENuclear Technologies Effects (Division)
NTENavy Technical Evaluation
NTENon-Mechanical Tracking Engine
NTENew Technologies and Education (University of Fribourg; Switzerland)
NTENASA Technology Experiments
NTENevada Training Encampment (Civil Air Patrol)
NTENewtel Enterprises
NTENetwork Transport Element
NTENo Thanks Esther
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Sacha Lord, Greater Manchester's night tsar, was appointed to boost the night time economy and transform Manchester into a '24-hour city'.
A decision notice issued by Telford & Wrekin Council says the plans are acceptable as it would make use of a currently vacant building and contribute towards the night time economy of the market town.
A council spokesman said: "As a city we are committed to providing a safe and enjoyable experience for anyone going out in the night time economy.
CHESTER has had its prestigious Purple Flag status renewed for a second year in recognition of the continued quality and diversity of its night time economy.
"These issues are linked to the high density of licensed premises as part of the night time economy which causes hotspots of violent crime, thefts, and alcohol-related disorder.
"We're well received by those out to socialise and those working across Huddersfield's night time economy."
"The area in which the premises is situated becomes extremely busy within the night time economy where people loiter as they purchase hot food and wait for taxis.
Police data pinpointed a spike in crime in both towns at weekends "likely due to the night time economy since the increase is from midnight till 2am on the Sunday morning".
"That means the cost of policing Merseyside's night time economy can be enormous, particularly during big events and Bank Holiday weekends.
A WELL-USED Middlesbrough car park is extending its opening hours to support the burgeoning night time economy.