Did the many different newspapers published in the Lowestoft/Yarmouth area around 1900 lead to a more varied news coverage?
The Yarmouth/Lowestoft area on the Norfolk/Suffolk border had a remarkable numbers of newspapers covering the same area at the end of the 19th Century. It would be interesting to see if that led to a diversity in the news coverage, for instance of the great gale that swept Great Britain and the North Sea at the end of november 1893. I therefor suggest that you scan the 1893 volume of the following newspapers:
Lowestoft Weekly Press and Beccles, Halesworth and Southwold Advertiser
Lowestoft News and Observer and Eastern Times
Lowestoft Standard and East Suffolk Conservative Courier
Lowestoft Journal and Yarmouth and County Record
Yarmouth Gazette and Gorleston Weekly News
Yarmouth Mercury, Gorleston Herald and North Norfolk Advertiser
Yarmouth and Gorleston Times
East Suffolk Gazette (published in Beccles)
Halesworth Times, Southwold and General Advertiser
Several of these papers are in such a fragile condition that they aren't available to the public, which add to the importance of them being scanned by the BNA.
I would be very happy to see more coverage of this area from any or all of the local papers and not just 1893.