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Northcliffe

(ˈnɔːθklɪf)
n
(Biography) 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)

North•cliffe

(ˈnɔrθ klɪf)

n.
Viscount, Harmsworth, Alfred Charles William.
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Mr Dickson, who has a degree in electrical and electronic engineering from the University of Doncaster, has worked in senior roles in the retail and hospitality industries, including board level director at Hartwell Group, Northcliffe Group, JCT600 and Co-operative Group.
Pilkington also won the PGA North Assistants' Championship of Lancashire at Bolton Old Links, was runner-up in the Yorkshire version of the series at Northcliffe and shared second place in the Cheshire one at High Legh Park.
1896: The Daily Mail, founded Lord Northcliffe, was first published, priced one halfpenny.
1896: The Daily Mail, founded by Lord Northcliffe, was first published, priced one halfpenny.
Police want to hear from anyone who may have noticed anything suspicious along the stretch of the lane close to Northcliffe Farm Shop.
The particular transaction, which was closed in January, saw Daily Mail transfer its regional newspaper arm Northcliffe Media to the new holding company, called Local World, in exchange for GBP52.
Along with two others, Andrew Lagan, 43, of Northcliffe Street, North Ormesby, Middlesbrough, allegedly sold non-existent tickets to about 16,000 people.
Daily Mail and General Trust is selling its Northcliffe Media arm for PS52.
In addition, AT&T installed three new cell sites to improve network coverage in the areas of Davis Island and the mall on West Shore Boulevard in Hillsborough county and near the intersection of Mariner and Northcliffe boulevards in Spring Hill in Hernando county.
The coalition - including BT, Guardian Media Group, Associated Newspapers, Trinity Mirror, Northcliffe Media and the Telegraph Media Group - argued that Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's plans to wave through the News Corp takeover are flawed.
The media alliance against the move consists of BT, Guardian Media Group, Associated Newspapers Ltd, Trinity Mirror, Northcliffe Media and Telegraph Media Group.

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