'We must sharpen up' (2000-10-05)
TWO goals in the opening five minutes - the second a penalty - did for Haverhill as they remain rooted to the foot of the table of the Jewson League Division One.
Football side aims to net girl players (2000-10-05)
A TEAM of football-mad girls are scouting for talent to bring their squad up to strength. The newly set-up Haverhill Rovers under-11 girls team need around four more players to make up the team and al...
New surgery sparks fears for practice (2000-10-05)
A HAVERHILL councillor has raised concerns that a new surgery planned for Hanchett End will result in a reduction in facilities at the Clements Surgery.
Lottery cash funding for arts project (2000-10-05)
HAVERHILL is set to be the centre for a new technology project as the town council has been awarded a Lottery grant of more than £55,000.
Stay clear of politics, says Portillo (2000-10-05)
SHADOW Chancellor Michael Portillo advised sixth-formers at Haverhill against a career in politics, warning them and the pay was not good and they would face a lot of flack.
'Erosion of justice' claims MP (2000-10-05)
SUFFOLK MP Richard Spring has hit out at 'further erosion of local justice' after making a visit to Sudbury Magistrates' Court.
Preparations for play begin at Sam Ward (2000-10-05)
THE Shadow Chancellor, Michael Portillo, MP and local MP Richard Spring visited the school last week after being invited earlier in the year by headteacher, Mr Lay.
Festival Invitation (2000-10-05)
YOUNG film-makers from the Cangle Junction, in Haverhill have been chosen to have their work shown at a national film festival.
We care say Anglian Water (2000-10-05)
THE Town Council have setup a public monitoring service after a public meeting last week which saw an Anglian Water official having to defend staff against incompetence in the on going saga of the Hav...
Boy's GCSE work taken by burglars (2000-10-12)
PAPERBOY Darryl Bastian is hoping someone may be able to help him find missing GCSE coursework which was taken during a burglary at his home.
Man cleared of assaulting DJ in nightclub (2000-10-12)
A CLUBBER has been cleared of assaulting a DJ after his wife said she had done it.
Retailers gain voice (2000-10-12)
HAVERHILL'S Enterprise 2000 group has finally secured a member to represent the town's retail sector.
Pet food firm fined £3,000 (2000-10-12)
A PET food firm where an employee contracted meningitis after working with pig offal has been fined £3,000 for breaching health and safety regulations.
Rovers hit top form - at long last (2000-10-12)
PAUL Goodman's Haverhill Rovers shock off their early season blues in emphatic style as they hammered March Town 5-0 to record their first league points of the campaign in Jewson League Division One.
Round table's appeal (2000-10-12)
AS the Haverhill Round Table this week presented a cheque for £1000 to St John's Ambulance they appealed for new members.
Pupils wade through mud for GCSE (2000-10-12)
RECENTLY drama pupils from the sixth form worked with Michael Platt of Suffolk Dance on characterisation in The Caucasian Chalk Circle.
Singer Patrice has real stars in her eyes... (2000-10-19)
MILLIONS of television viewers will see Patrice Taylor of Haverhill transformed into singer Rosemary Clooney on the Stars In Their Eyes TV show next month.
Down's home plans battle (2000-10-19)
CHALKSTONE Estate residents in Haverhill are fighting plans to build a supported house for people with Down's Syndrome close to their homes because they feel it is in the wrong place.
Councillor's 'no' to latest plan from McDonald's (2000-10-19)
PLANS for a McDonald's restaurant in Haverhill have been turned down by councillors after strong objections by residents.
Michael gets back on the road to raise cash (2000-10-19)
A MAN who lost his leg in a road accident cycled 60 miles to raise £8,000 for the hospital which helped him get back in the saddle.
Bogus man steals pensioner's handbag (2000-10-19)
A MAN posing as a gas official stole a handbag and a set of keys from a house in Haverhill yesterday.
MP tries to solve player's plight (2000-10-19)
HAVERHILL'S MP Richard Spring has stepped in to help the plight of young footballers in the town.
Chairman hints at new signings (2000-10-19)
PAUL Goodman needed this Saturday's league clash at third-placed Dereham Town like a hole in the head.
School welcomes foreign friends (2000-10-19)
THE school has begun to calm down after the rush of activities in the first few weeks of this half term which comes to a close today (Thursday)
Pupils broaden horizons with Ukraine links (2000-10-19)
STUDENTS at Samuel Ward Upper School have been expanding their horizons with a visit by eight students and two teachers from School Number 4 in Komsomolsk in the Ukraine.
Commuter bus service is rescued (2000-10-26)
A VITAL bus service for commuters has been saved by the prompt actions of the county council.
Schools step in to help footballers (2000-10-26)
HAVERHILL'S thriving football school could be saved from closure after both the town's upper schools pledged cash for it.
A MOTHER is calling for measures to be taken to protect young children using playgrounds after having to take a two-year-old home because teenagers were swearing and fighting.
Anti-alchol posters win plaudits for pupils (2000-10-26)
SECTOR Commander Insp Mike Bacon paid a visit to Castle Hill Middle School in Haverhill to hand over prizes to two pupils who won a poster design competition.
Teachers pay price for popularity (2000-10-26)
TEACHERS were watching their backs at a Haverhill school yesterday as renegade pupils went to extreme lengths to raise money for Children in Need.
Charity puts out warning over accounts (2000-10-26)
HAVERHILL'S LAMPH charity has warned other groups to be on their guard after a former treasurer admitted stealing almost £10,000 from its funds.
'Green' scheme wins top award (2000-10-26)
AN INITIATIVE run by St Edmundsbury Borough Council to help save greenfield sites has won a national award.
PUPILS at Couples Primary School in Haverhill turned up with bags of coins last week and created money spirals for maths - and for a good cause.