Cats use another of their nine lives (2001-09-06)
CHRIS Wallis hopes to use another of the Cambridge Cats nine lives later this year when he reforms the team to play in the 2002 league season.
Woman forced to start fires (2001-09-06)
A WOMAN was told to start house fires by her violent partner, a court was told this week.
Anglers fear vandals may spell end for pond (2001-09-06)
FISHING enthusiasts in Haverhill fear a popular pond in the town could be
House transfers cause concern (2001-09-06)
TENANTS being consulted over the possible transfer of council homes in Haverhill and the rest of St Edmundsbury to a new a new trust are not confident their new landlord will keep promises over planne...
Park keeper visits from down under (2001-09-06)
A PARK keeper from Down Under has been smelling the roses in England and paid a visit to Haverhill during his travels.
Piero follows his dreams to become actor (2001-09-06)
A FORMER Haverhill schoolboy, who says he was tormented by bullies, has fulfilled his dream of becoming an actor.
Nicky cops a key job with England (2001-09-06)
A HAVERHILL beat bobby hopes to lead his fellow officers to glory as the newly-appointed assistant manager of the England Police Football team.
Phil and Bill turn on style (2001-09-06)
MAGNIFICENT Haverhill kept up their superb form until the very end.
It’s a cup of joy for Emma (2001-09-06)
THE Haverhill golf week was a personal triumph for fifteen-year-old Emma Nicol whose handicap is rapidly tumbling down.
Library has more than just books (2001-09-06)
STAFF at Haverhill Library want to let newcomers to the town, and those who have not visited them recently, know just what they have to offer.
Trekker’s death a “tragic accident” (2001-09-06)
A VERDICT of accidental death has been recorded on the son of the former Mayor of St Edmundsbury who fell 600 feet down a waterfall in Central America.
Disco fever for new term (2001-09-07)
GOING back to school isn't all bad - young people from the middle school’s in the Haverhill area can take comfort with the next 9-13 Disco being just around the corner.
Local singers last minute disappointment (2001-09-07)
LOCAL singer Kirsten Gunderson’s dreams of supporting Lionel Ritchie have been dashed just hours before the concert.
Ladette crime rising (2001-09-08)
SUFFOLK Police chiefs have attributed the rise in violent crimes committed by young women to the "rise of the ladette."
Victory for people power (2001-09-13)
VILLAGERS at Kedington are celebrating after changes which increased the beat of their village bobby have been reversed.
New term starts after revamp (2001-09-13)
THE new term has started positively following some excellent GCSE, A-Level and Key Stage 3 results.
New head gets taste for life in country (2001-09-13)
FORMER inner city headteacher David Golding is enjoying life in the countryside after taking over at Place Farm Primary School in Haverhill.
Tenants urged to make use of vote (2001-09-13)
A PLEA has gone out to tenants in Haverhill to use their vote in the forthcoming ballot over whether their homes should be transferred to a new trust.
Taskforce winning pregnancy battle (2001-09-13)
OUTREACH work to try to tackle teenage pregnancy rates in Haverhill, which are the highest in Suffolk, has been hailed as a success.
Health workers raise charity cash (2001-09-13)
A GROUP from Haverhill, Newmarket and Bury St Edmunds rubbed shoulders with record breaker Paula Radcliffe when they took part in a five-kilometre charity fun run in Hyde Park.
Jury clears woman of arson (2001-09-13)
A WOMAN who claimed she falsely admitted starting four fires at houses in Haverhill has been cleared of arson.
Safety scheme under spotlight (2001-09-13)
A MAJOR scheme to get pupils safely to School Lane in Hayerhill, which has suffered congestion problems for many years, was due to be considered by councillors today.
Master bat Tom strikes deal after tournament (2001-09-13)
PROMISING young cricketer Tom Westley has won a two-year contract with a bat manufacturer.
Rocket countdown begins (2001-09-18)
The countdown has started to Rocket, the Haverhill club night exclusively for those under 18 who know what sort of music they like and aren't afraid to demand it.
Expected sell-out for “New Seattle’s” band contest (2001-09-18)
John Peel, during his Radio 1 show, called Bury St Edmunds "the new Seattle" for its up-and-coming vibrant band scene and even featured a couple of local bands.
Trading Standards warning to Town fans (2001-09-18)
Suffolk Trading Standards has issued a warning to all Ipswich Town fans travelling to the FC Torpedo game in Moscow next week.
Blanket test extended to rid county of “timebombs” (2001-09-19)
Residents through-out Suffolk will be able to get their electric blankets tested for free after the Suffolk Trading Standards this week revealed startling statistics.
U.S. victims remembered (2001-09-20)
FLOWERS have been left outside St Mary’s Church in Haverhill and candles lit inside in memory of those who have died in the U.S. terrorist attacks.
Services to trial in-car recorders (2001-09-20)
AN INNOVATIVE black box device for emergency vehicles has been launched by a Haverhill company this week at the annual Police show in Wiltshire.
Customers toast new landlords (2001-09-20)
NEW faces have appeared behind the bar of Haverhill's Drabbett Smock Pub.
Residents bank on bottles (2001-09-20)
RESIDENTS at a sheltered housing complex in Haverhill are being urged to leave a Message in a Bottle, as part of a new neighbourhood watch scheme.
Friends at school mourn Katie (2001-09-20)
TRIBUTES are being paid to 15-year-old Haverhill schoolgirl Katie Burge, who died during the summer holidays.
Technology launch arrives (2001-09-20)
A REALLY busy week for the school. Today, the launch of our new status as a Technology College recorded a new beginning for the school and along with our new Artsmark Gold status, offers us a bright f...
Student turns to net for coursework help (2001-09-24)
HAVERHILL student James Scrivener is appealing for help after his Geography fieldtrip was ruined by bad weather.
Concern over homes demand (2001-09-27)
TWO MORE schemes for affordable housing have been approved for Haverhill town centre, at a time when the town’s housing boom is starting to mean some people are having to wait longer for homes.
Campaigns against speeding may link up (2001-09-27)
A LONG-STANDING campaigner for measures to slow traffic in Crowland Road, Haverhill, says he hopes residents in Withersfield Road will have more success with their efforts to end speeding.
TOP MUSICIANS from around Europe and the UK will be travelling to Haverhill on
HEALTH services in West Suffolk face a £2 million deficit and failure to meeting waiting list targets because of a bed blocking crisis.
New technology college status is success for all (2001-09-27)
VIRTUAL learning zone for everybody n Haverhill could be created at Samuel Ward Upper School.
New brochure shows how times have changed (2001-09-27)
A GLOSSY new brochure promoting Haverhill has been launched by the Enterprise 2000 group showing just how much the town has changed since the last one was published five years ago.
Brandt gets reds off to a vase flier (2001-09-27)
HIGH-FLYING Haverhill managed to hold their higher ranked Suffolk rivals Mildenhall to a draw and force an FA Vase replay at Hamlet Croft, which was scheduled for Tuesday.
Skipper Peter’s too Young to call time (2001-09-27)
WHEN Peter Young announced his retirement at the end of last season nobody at Haverhill rugby club believed him.
Volunteer centre wins cash grant (2001-09-27)
A £4,000 GRANT to help train volunteers in office skills has just been awarded to Haverhill Volunteer Centre.
Teenagers help friends in river horror plunge (2001-09-27)
GROUP of teenagers, including a girl from Wickhambrook, watched in horror as a friend plunged 20 feet down a steep gorge during a holiday trip in the Welsh mountains.
Haverhill stride to success (2001-09-27)
HAVERHILL Striders made a successful visit to a mile race run by Bury St Edmunds Pacers, despite bad weather conditions. Andrew Graham, 11, was the only youngster there and finished 16th, with a new c...
Ruth celebrates 101st birthday (2001-09-27)
A MASS of colourful flowers surrounded Ruth Atherton as she celebrated her 101 st birthday at Eastcotts Nursing Home, near Haverhill this week.
Runner makes sure charity is the winner (2001-09-27)
HOTEL worker Graeme Johnson is nursing a few aches and pains after completing the Great North Run, but hopes to have raised around
Appeal for more helpers (2001-09-27)
TEACUPS were chinking at the British Heart Foundation shop in Haverhill High Street at an open morning aimed at recruiting more volunteers.