Everyone has experienced shame. But John Robins has turned it into an artform. Ben Williams reports.
Love musicals? You'll love this Evita...
The final pair of homes on a small development in Beyton are now on the market.
CCTV: Friend or foe? asks editor Barry Peters
Editor Barry Peters gives his view on the upcoming closure of a key road in Bury St Edmunds
This year marks the 30th birthday of Bury boutique Javelin.
A massive £75,000 was raised for Suffolk charity GeeWizz last night at a glitzy midsummer ball.
Young audiences are turning to trusted news from sources such as the Bury Free Press in their MILLIONS, new research shows
Treatt has posted a further increase in profits and strong growth just as work is set to start on its new West Suffolk HQ
Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the double death in Newmarket
Sooty, Sweep, Soo and TV pal Richard Cadell are bringing Sooty’s Magic Show to The Apex this week. We chat to Richard about the visit.
Kate Rusby has become known as one of the finest interpreters of traditional folk songs
Meet TV presenter, author and all-round dinosaur aficionado Dr Ben Garrod in Bury St Edmunds in May.
Today's the day you could find your dream job at our Job Fair at West Suffolk College
Make a note: The Bury Free Press Job Fair is at West Suffolk College on Friday, March 29, from 10am to 4pm and entry is free
The awards are in their final planning phase and will be launched in the spring, with details of how you and your business can be involved.
Editor Barry Peters looks at the challenges facing our high streets and launches a new campaign to champion local shopping.
Ducks are dressed in their best during winter says Mike Andrews, visitor team member at Lackford Lakes
Dutch teen sensation Lucie Horsch talks to Peter Mann about her meteoric rise to fame
Comedian George Lewis brings his self-effacing wit to the Quay Theatre, in Sudbury