Matthew Nixon, Eastern Daily Press

Matthew Nixon

Eastern Daily Press

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Matthew:

‘We will be as dead as Lowestoft’: Hundreds to protest pedestrianisation of town

Business owners and residents will protest against their town council after claiming a decision to pedestrianise the town is ‘killing the high street’. → Read More

Stolen £5,000 digger found by police after 24-year-old man pulled over

A digger worth £5,000 which was stolen from a property in Mutford last month has been recovered by police officers. → Read More

Revealed: The 12 towns more deprived than Norwich that lost out on £25m boosts

Dozens of market towns and deprived communities in need of government support narrowly missed out on £25 million made available to others in the region. → Read More

‘All the ducks, none of the danger’: Bungay duck race returns with a twist

After ‘one of Bungay’s most loved institutions’ was cancelled due to coronavirus, the annual duck race is back with a twist. → Read More

Winners of town’s ‘virtual’ camera competition revealed

The winners of a town’s first ‘virtual’ photography competition have been revealed - boasting the most beautiful landscape, nature, and profile pictures of lockdown. → Read More

Hundreds oppose church policy of removing personal items from graves

Hundreds of people have shown their opposition to a church’s decision to remove personal items from a graveyard ‘without warning’. → Read More

Football club ‘giving back’ after Covid with epic 4,000km run for county’s hospitals

A village football club is taking on a monumental run to support Norfolk’s hospitals after their work through the pandemic. → Read More

Firefighters called out twice in one day as ‘fragile’ smokehouse erupts into flames

Firefighters have been called to Lowestoft town centre after a ‘fragile’ smokehouse burst into flames. → Read More

Decision on controversial chicken factory to be made by government

A decision on a controversial chicken farm which would house thousands of birds has been delayed after the case was put to central government. → Read More

Council will not rename ‘Black Boy Meadow’ after historian addresses racism concerns

Town councillors have decided they will not be renaming a town centre road after concerns were raised about its name. → Read More

On-street parking back as council makes pedestrianisation U-Turn

Town residents and visitors will soon be able to once again park in areas of the town pedestrianised last month after a U-turn by the council. → Read More

High school to offer new services for children with hearing loss

A high school is set to offer new facilities for children and young people with hearing loss after receiving part of a £45.6m funding package. → Read More

Woman, 38, and man, 51, died after taking ‘cocktail of medication’

An inquest has heard how a 38-year-old woman and 51-year-old man who gave each other support for mental health difficulties have died. → Read More

Rail lines blocked and trains cancelled after tree falls on tracks

A number of rail services have been cancelled or delayed after a tree fell onto train tracks. → Read More

Appeal for witnesses after attempted break in

Police officers are appealing for witnesses following an attempted break-in in Halesworth. → Read More

£5,000 mini-digger stolen in late-night burglary

A mini-digger worth £5,000 has been stolen by thieves during a late-night burglary. → Read More

Meet the students with disabilities helping a hospital through Covid-19

A group of students with disabilities have stepped up into positions giving care at one of Norfolk’s busiest hospitals. → Read More

£9,000 emergency fund donated to town sports after spate of troubles

An emergency donation has been made to a sports association after it has been plagued with months of troubles. → Read More

Bevin: The man who stood up to Stalin, and the stains on his reputation

As foreign secretary Ernest Bevin helped shape the post-war world, keeping communism at bay and creating a western alliance against it. Yet, as ANDREW ADONIS shows – in extracts from his new biography – his career also had its failures, while his anti-Semitism poisoned his politics → Read More

‘Our lives are falling apart’: Tearoom announces closure shortly after 10th anniversary

A well-loved tea room and restaurant which has thrived for the last decade has announced it will not be opening again due to coronavirus. → Read More