Deana's day at No. 10 (2001-01-01)
A couple of weeks ago I had to write a letter to Tony Blair in my English lesson. I only thought of it as schoolwork so I was really shocked when my English Mrs Loxton phoned my house and told me I ha...
Stabbed Youth 'Was Murdered' (2001-01-04)
A TEENAGER was knifed to death by the husband of a woman he had verbally abused, a jury was told.
Schools asked to put bid in for security cash (2001-01-04)
SCHOOLS across Suffolk can look forward to a boost in security following a government cash injection.
Ho, ho, ho - it's a record for Round Tablers (2001-01-04)
HAVERHILL'S Round Table is celebrating its most successful Christmas fundraising event yet after its annual Christmas sleigh pulled in a hefty £3,200.
Charity boost from discos run by couple (2001-01-04)
CHARITIES across the region have benefited from a fun loving couple this year.
Golden Graham makes a super start to 2001 (2001-01-04)
Young race walker Andrew Graham got the New Year off to a good start by winning his first event in the under 13 age group.
Birth of a New Age (2001-01-06)
Denise Lewis, 38, became Haverhlll's first millennium mother when she gave birth to Finhay at 4.15am on 1 January at the Real. Maternity Hospital, Addenbrooke's, Cambridge. She and husband David, 42, ...
Arts centre meeting attracts strong argument (2001-01-09)
A public meeting, to discuss the future of the Haverhill Arts Centre was packed with outraged residents last night.
Man cleared of murder (2001-01-11)
A MAN has been cleared of the murder of teenager Henry Solt.
HAVERHILL Rovers are putting there in youth as they aim for Nationwide Conference Football within 10 years.
Fire cover for town gets a huge boost (2001-01-11)
HAVERHILL Fire Station has started the new year with more firefighters and equipment after an upgrade from five to seven day a week crewing.
Residents leap to defence of arts centre (2001-01-11)
SCORES of angry Haverhill residents packed the town’s Arts Centre on Monday night to oppose plans to reduce its arts programming.
Massive snow sculpture does a disappearing act (2001-01-11)
A STRANGE figure appeared and then quickly disappeared on Haverhill Recreation Ground during the recent snowy spell.
School's international feel (2001-01-18)
As pupils return from the Christmas holidays there is an international feel to the school.
Majorette cash thief is jailed (2001-01-18)
A MAJORETTE trainer in Haverhill has been jailed for nine months for stealing more than £5,000 from the troupe.
Dead boy's family say they will fight for 'justice' (2001-01-18)
THE family of a teenager who was stabbed to death may take on Britain's legal system in their battle for justice.
Children 'dumped by bus driver' say parents (2001-01-18)
A GROUP of furious parents claim their children were "dumped" beside a busy road after a bus service was changed without notice.
Inventor dusts off opposition to be best-seller (2001-01-18)
A WOMAN who fought to market the duster she invented is tonight due to demonstrate it on a TV shopping channel after already selling tens of thousands of the gadgets.
Haverhill hit by late stunner (2001-01-18)
HAVERHILL Rovers were left stumped by an equalising goal only 13 minutes from time.
Shaun on course for life with Royal Marines (2001-01-18)
FORMER Samuel Ward Upper School pupil Shawn Nolan is about to embark on a career in the Royal Marines.
Girl's soccer team nets help (2001-01-18)
YOUNG female footballers at Haverhill have finally got their goalposts moved thanks to a generous local firm which did the work for free.
Touch of colour for pre-school children (2001-01-18)
CHILDREN at the Hamlet Croft Pre-School group in Haverhill have started the New Year with colourful new play equipment.
McDonalds withdraw from planning appeal (2001-01-25)
St Edmundsbury Borough Council have confirmed that McDonalds has withdrawn from a public enquiry which would have looked at planning applications for a drive-thru restaurant off Park Road.
Bid to beat burglars (2001-01-25)
YOUR WEEKLY NEWS is supporting a ground-breaking new initiative by councillors, police and other agencies to make Haverhill a No-Go Zone for burglars and bogus callers.