Japanese influence on Samuel Ward (2001-02-01)
YEAR nine has an assembly with a difference on Thursday when all 170 of them did a Japanese-style warm up followed by a dance to the music of Bob the Builder.
Ex-treasurer is jailed for theft (2001-02-01)
A FORMER treasurer who stole more than £9,000 from a charity for disabled children has been jailed for nine months.
Golfers chip in for charity (2001-02-01)
WOMEN golfers from Haverhill got a big thank you from the MacMillan Cancer Relief's Suffolk organiser Sharon Ireland when she presented them with a trophy .
Golfing ace dies as car overturns (2001-02-01)
TRIBUTES are flooding in for a golf professional who died in a road accident at West Wratting.
Lottery cash for laptop project (2001-02-01)
THE Haverhill Association of Voluntary Organisations (HAVO) is celebrating a £5,000 grant from the National Lottery Awards for All Scheme for its laptop project.
Arts centre hopes get a boost (2001-02-01)
HOPES that cuts planned for the Haverhiil Arts Centre may be avoided and that the town council takes over its managment have been boosted this week.
McDonald's drops appeal but still seeks town site (2001-02-01)
BURGER giant McDonald's has withdrawn from a public inquiry into plans for a restaurant at Haverhill Retail Park, but says it is still desperately seeking a site in the town.
Police in hunt for flasher (2001-02-01)
POLICE are searching for a man who flashed at three teenage girls in Haverhill last week.
Rovers juggernaut rolls into eighth (2001-02-01)
THE Haverhill Rovers machine rolled on with a 4-1 mauling of Norwich United in Division One of the Jewson league.
Rehearsals begin for annual production (2001-02-01)
THE second pre-sixth form information evening was held at Castle Manor last Thursday and was well attended by both inspective parents and students.
Firm to double its workforce (2001-02-08)
AMERICAN biotech giant Genzyme is creating 200 extra jobs at its plant in Haverhill, more than doubling the workforce.
Family plans to set up orphanage (2001-02-08)
A FAMILY from Haverhill will be jetting out to Goa in India next month to help set up an orphanage for earthquake victims.
February and the exams begin! (2001-02-08)
IN what has been quite a week for the school, we welcomed the county advisor for geography into lessons to assist with the teaching of information computing technology.
Sixth formers hit the Big Apple (2001-02-15)
ON TUESDAY Year 12 Geography students visited Bluewater Regional Shopping Centre for a talk by marketing manager Suzanna Kemmenoe, and yesterday, a group of sixth form students flew out to New York.
Wish list to help town is on the cards (2001-02-15)
A SHOPPING list of community facilities needed in Haverhill should be prepared by planners to absorb population growth spilling over from Cambridgeshire.
Exhibition aimed at businesses' (2001-02-15)
HAVERHILL'S Enterprise 2000 group is organising its fourth Business Exhibition at Haverhill Leisure Centre on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31.
New measures may provide answers to sewage smells (2001-02-15)
THE long-running problem with smells coming from Haverhill's sewage treatment plant is improving.
WORK is due to start on a £400,000 scheme to build a new drama studio and upgrade computer and science facilities at Samuel Ward Upper School, in Haverhill.
Road chaos could kill, say couple (2001-02-15)
A COUPLE fear someone could be injured or killed in an accident on the busy road outside their home.
Software surprise for charity (2001-02-15)
A SCHEME to provide laptop computers for disabled and housebound people in the Haverhill area has received a boost from software giant Microsoft.
Five gold rings for swim ace (2001-02-15)
DAWN Jason claimed an amazing five gold medals at a top international event in Switzerland.
First class delivery at Sainsbury's (2001-02-22)
A SPECIAL early morning delivery arrived at a Sainsbury's store on Monday when baby Jade White decided to enter the world in the car park.
Time for reflection (2001-02-22)
AS the school closes for half-term we reflect on the past week when the A-level drama group showed their devised performances winch were powerful, moving and challenging to an audience of Year 11 and ...