Former East Anglian Daily Times journalist Nick Maybury has died of cancer at the age of 43.
Maybury spent a total of eight years with the Daily Times, in two spells. He had a number of different roles in his time with the paper, including features sub-editor, news sub-editor, and deputy chief sub-
editor. He also had a spell in charge of the newspaper’s website.
During his journalistic career, Maybury also worked for The Star in Sheffield, the Chronicle and Echo in Northampton, and the Aberdeen Evening Express.
Most recently he had been working as a lecturer in journalism at the Southampton Institute.
While at the East Anglian Daily Times, Nick obtained an MA in journalism studies from the University of Westminster.
He leaves a widow, Elaine, and a 15-year-old daughter, Georgie.
Daily Times editor Terry Hunt said: “Nick was a consummate professional who simply loved the world of newspapers.
“My abiding memory of Nick will be working with him to produce a special Sunday edition of the EADT on the day the Princess of Wales died. We started work at 5am and by 10am had produced a complete edition of the newspaper. Nick’s contribution to it was immense.”