Home   Authors   Author

Kevin Hurst is a trainee reporter on the Bury Free Press and Suffolk News and has been with the company for more than five years.

CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

20 October 2021
CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

CCTV image released following criminal damage at town's cinema

20 October 2021

Criminal damage at a town's cinema is be investigated by police, with an appeal launched to find three individuals in connection with the incident.


East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

20 October 2021
East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

East of England future 'roadmap' is launched

20 October 2021

Railway lines, reliance on dial-up internet and not overlooking businesses in rural areas is key to seeing growth across Norfolk and Suffolk.


Hunt for two men following trailer theft

20 October 2021
Hunt for two men following trailer theft

Hunt for two men following trailer theft

20 October 2021

Police are appealing for information after a trailer was stolen from a town business unit.


East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

20 October 2021
East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival organiser to have charity head shave in support of his wife

20 October 2021

The organiser of the East Anglian Beer and Cider Festival is to have his head shaved in support of his wife who is undergoing breast cancer treatment.


Man exposes himself to woman on town street

19 October 2021
Man exposes himself to woman on town street

Man exposes himself to woman on town street

19 October 2021

Police are looking for a man who exposed himself at the weekend.


Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

19 October 2021
Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

Council reveals £1.8million environmental projects

19 October 2021

The council has revealed £1.8million worth of projects which are underway to save or offset a total of 124.95 tonnes of carbon emissions.


Town's next generation broadband network goes live

19 October 2021
Town's next generation broadband network goes live

Town's next generation broadband network goes live

19 October 2021

Homes and businesses in around a Suffolk town can now access internet speeds 17 times quicker than the UK average thanks to a new broadband network.


Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

18 October 2021
Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

Kestrel crime unit adds pair of police teams to help county neighbourhoods

18 October 2021

Two police teams set up to tackle emerging neighbourhood crime and anti-social behaviour are now up and running.


Village pub smokehouse project revealed by new tenant and manager

17 October 2021
Village pub smokehouse project revealed by new tenant and manager

Village pub smokehouse project revealed by new tenant and manager

17 October 2021

The new tenant and manager of a village pub have spoken about their new project, which they hope will give the site back to the community.


Town Christmas hamper appeal is launched

16 October 2021
Town Christmas hamper appeal is launched

Town Christmas hamper appeal is launched

16 October 2021

A marathon runner and a councillor are joining forces again this year to bring Christmas cheer to others in the community.


Man charged in connection with attempted armed robbery

15 October 2021
Man charged in connection with attempted armed robbery

Man charged in connection with attempted armed robbery

15 October 2021

A 19-year-old has been charged in connection with an attempted armed robbery at a convenience shop in Lowestoft that took place in the summer.


International art exhibition featuring Banksy brings in around £350,000 to town

15 October 2021
International art exhibition featuring Banksy brings in around £350,000 to town

International art exhibition featuring Banksy brings in around £350,000 to town

15 October 2021

An exhibition which may have contributed to Banksy’s ‘Great British Spraycation’ could have brought in as much as £350,000 for the town.


Skip company goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

14 October 2021
Skip company goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Skip company goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

14 October 2021

A Suffolk company is showing its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by giving its skips a pink makeover.


Grandfather saved by pioneering cancer treatment

14 October 2021
Grandfather saved by pioneering cancer treatment

Grandfather saved by pioneering cancer treatment

14 October 2021

A man who was given six months to live four years ago has praised a pioneering cancer treatment for helping free his body of the disease.


Toothless in Suffolk to march and rally this weekend

14 October 2021
Toothless in Suffolk to march and rally this weekend

Toothless in Suffolk to march and rally this weekend

14 October 2021

A campaign group calling for full access to NHS dental treatment in Suffolk, is taking to the streets again on Sunday.


Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

14 October 2021
Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

Roadworks in seven Suffolk towns you may want to avoid

14 October 2021

Here are some of the roadworks, road closures and diversions that could cause some Suffolk drivers delays.


Coffee shop customers help St Nicholas Hospice Care with £1,000

12 October 2021
Coffee shop customers help St Nicholas Hospice Care with £1,000

Coffee shop customers help St Nicholas Hospice Care with £1,000

12 October 2021

The owners of a pair of coffee shops have continued their pledge to St Nicholas Hospice Care with another £1,000 for the charity.


Crazy golfers set to take on UK's finest at British Championship

11 October 2021
Crazy golfers set to take on UK's finest at British Championship

Crazy golfers set to take on UK's finest at British Championship

11 October 2021

A team from a crazy golf equipment suppliers has decided to take its clubs into its own hands and compete at a major mini golf tournament.


Trees of Hope bauble project delivers Mia’s story

10 October 2021
Trees of Hope bauble project delivers Mia’s story

Trees of Hope bauble project delivers Mia’s story

10 October 2021

With this year’s project already receiving a lot of interest, special stories about lockdown babies have come in, including that of Mia Quintana.


BurySOUND 2020 finally crowns its champions

08 October 2021
BurySOUND 2020 finally crowns its champions

BurySOUND 2020 finally crowns its champions

08 October 2021

BurySOUND 2020 finally crowned its winners last Friday with a rip-roaring show, more than 18 months after the last stage of the competition was held.