Kevin is the most recent addition to the Hendon Times team, having joined the paper in October 2007.
He graduated in Summer 2007 with a degree in Multi-media Journalism from Bournemouth University and after spending his final student days on the beach he decided to start his working days in
Having taken a specific interest in climate issues whilst studying, he now hopes to develop his own environmentally friendly lifestyle.
An Essex boy at heart, Kevin aims to break down the discussions on climate issues to generate an easy outlook on how to tackle some of the problems.
Posted at 5:46pm Friday 20th February 2009
Roses are dead, narcissi are new. That was the message being sent out by a Hendon florist in the build up to Valentine’s day.
Posted at 4:23pm Friday 19th December 2008
The death of any young person is always tragic and difficult to report.
Posted at 7:05pm Friday 24th October 2008
Student life is often seen as a slob fest for “tax dodgers” who are shamelessly delaying their entrance into the working world.
Posted at 5:30pm Friday 17th October 2008
In an age where a generation of children are growing up with a multitude of virtual computer worlds at their finger tips, it is disappointing when free outdoor activities become restricted.
Posted at 11:20am Friday 26th September 2008
Cultural diversity is an aspect very much at the core of the borough’s makeup.
Posted at 2:30pm Thursday 11th September 2008
Responding to the screech of sirens, the thuds from a patrolling police helicopter and the erupting phone calls from eye witnesses brings a buzz to a newsroom.
Posted at 8:30am Thursday 28th August 2008
In a newsroom, the old adage that “bad news is good news” often rings too true when it comes to filling the paper.
Posted at 12:30pm Friday 22nd August 2008
It is built up to be one of the most influential days of school life.
Posted at 9:10am Thursday 14th August 2008
Pub chat often involves mulling over hypothetical situations and how you would react if ever they were to arise in reality.
Posted at 5:59pm Thursday 31st July 2008
Eggs, rotten vegetables and verbal abuse are often the staple weapons in an activist's armoury.