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Northcliffe

Viscount. title of Alfred Charles William Harmsworth. 1865- -1922, British newspaper proprietor. With his brother, 1st Viscount Rothermere, he built up a vast chain of newspapers. He founded the Daily Mail (1896), the Daily Mirror (1903), and acquired The Times (1908)
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Northcliffe increased advertising sales by 1% despite strong regional variations.
Underlying advertising revenues at Northcliffe were down 6.7 per cent in March and April, with recruitment off 4.7 per cent, property down 12.7 per cent and motors weakening 9.2 per cent.
Holywood, from Ireland, needed to win five of their six matches against Northcliffe on the final day but the English pulled off a 4.5-1.5 victory to secure the title.
Northcliffe Media, its regional newspaper arm, saw advertising revenue in the same period drop almost one per cent year-on year, although the company added that the last 12 weeks have seen a 2.4 per cent rise in advertising levels.
The Northcliffe Media Group-owned newspaper, which was launched in 2000, has blamed poor circulation and a lack of advertising sales for the decision.
Evans, 27, from the Northcliffe club in Bradford, said: "This means so much to me."
New Beat, the monthly West Midlands police newspaper, won the publication of the year award sponsored by newspaper group Northcliffe.
The newspapers sold in the agreement will be added to Northcliffe Media, the Daily Mail & General Trust's local media division.
The Daily Mail & General Trust said advertising revenues were down 2% at Associated Newspapers - which houses the Daily Mail and London's Evening Standard - and down 8% at its regional newspaper arm Northcliffe. But a strong performance by its digital operations meant it expected to achieve "modest progress" this year.
Seeded Tom Whitehouse saw his title bid end at the fifth round stage after losing five and four to Simon Bell (Northcliffe).
Bradford: G Evans (Northcliffe), C Howe (Hollins Hall), D Wallis (Hollins Hall), A Brown (Bingley St Ives), T Brushwood (Northcliffe), M Atter (Bradford), N Colbeck (Cleckheaton), D Bairstow (Bingley St Ives), J Mountain (Hollins Hall), C Bloice (Cleckheaton), C Dunn (Bradford).
Birmingham law firm Cobbetts has completed its third retail deal this year after advising confectionery, tobacco and news retailer Rippleglen on its acquisition of Northcliffe Retail.

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