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| Kensington, L7: Night-time 7pm-6am) road closures until September 11.
"The feedback we receive will not only help us to explore new night-time transport options but it will also bolster our ask of government for the additional funding and powers needed to deliver them."
Night-time discharges are counted as when patients are moved between the hours of 10pm and 8am, with the recommendations to minimise the number of these discharges due to poorer outcomes for patients.
Release date- 01082019 - The British Beer & Pub Association has today welcomed a new blueprint for Greater Manchester's night-time economy, published by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
In two nights officers carried out checks, stopped 126 cars and used Automatic Number Plate Recognition to target suspected criminals as part of Operation Vulture, a response to concerns raised by residents of rural and night-time crime.
Thirty people at night-time events with strobes had a seizure compared with nine at daytime events.
Expect the San Juanico Bridge to be a night-time attraction, too.
"There's some great work taking place around the night-time economy in Coventry."
The average DMI of day- and night-time from control and high DCAD groups were 30.8 [+ or -] 1.9 and 33.1 [+ or -] 1.8 g/kg BW (day-time, Figure 1b) and 2.0 [+ or -] 0.4 and 3.7 [+ or -] 1.3 g/kg BW (night-time, Figure 1c), respectively.
Gaza City: A Palestinian died after he was injured during night-time protests and clashes with Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip, the Gaza Health Ministry said Sunday.
The Federation of Transport Workers part of the Podkrepa Trade Union in Bulgaria have called for stopping night-time public transport buses in Sofia, the Bulgarian National Radio also reported.