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What does NLW stand for?

NLW stands for Newton-Le-Willows (town; England, UK)

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Elfed Thomas, of Newton-le-Willows fibre optics business i3 and website designer Mando founder Matt Johnson were runners-up in the main award, while Rob Maxwell, of Liverpool fit-out firm Aztec, and Phil Hodgkinson, of Prescot-based Compass Cost Consultants, narrowly missed out in the Young Director category.
Rail: 2m, Newton-le-Willows Stn (Manchester-Liverpool line).
Their arrests follow police searches yesterday of addresses in Staffordshire at Hanley, Burslem, Packmoor and Meir; Sittingbourne in Kent; Streatham, south London; and Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside.
Rachel, from Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, was unable to walk, feed herself or recognise her parents.
The Everton fanatic, born in Old Roan, Liverpool, but who moved to Newton-le-Willows as a youngster, must now secure 33 signatures from fellow Labour MPs in order to enter the contest.
Byline: Compiled by Andrew Pennington, Nicholas Godfrey and Howard Wright Five minutes from Haydock, at 136 Newton High Street, Newton-le-Willows, a magnificent listed archway acts as a reminder of the Leigh family's days as lords of the manor, but is now the gateway to exquisite Italian cuisine in the Ariete Restaurant.
Lilley was caught when undercover officers set up a second-hand shop as a front to monitor activities at his home in Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside.