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January 2001


Deana's day at No. 10 (2001-01-01)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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 News

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)

Haverhill News

CHARITIES across the region have benefited from a fun loving couple this year.

 

Golden Graham makes a super start to 2001 (2001-01-04)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

A MAN has been cleared of the murder of teenager Henry Solt.

 

Laying the foundations for Rovers' - long term success (2001-01-11)

Haverhill News

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 News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

A STRANGE figure appeared and then quickly disappeared on Haverhill Recreation Ground during the recent snowy spell.

 

School's international feel (2001-01-18)

Haverhill News

As pupils return from the Christmas holidays there is an international feel to the school.

 

Majorette cash thief is jailed (2001-01-18)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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 News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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)

Haverhill News

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.

 

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