Interactive learning - laser show (2001-10-01)
A QUIET week followed by the excitement of the launch as a specialist school. After a laser show, students got back to work, and the school began to come to terms with the new facilities and equipment...
Sentence delay in rape claim case (2001-10-04)
A MOTHER-OF-TWO who made a false rape allegation, sparking a huge Police investigation, must wait longer than she thought to be sentenced.
Advice bureau may get new HQ (2001-10-04)
AN IMPORTANT undeveloped site next to Haverhill's Arts Centre in the High Street could be used to create new head-quarters for the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and other voluntary groups.
Vehicles are targeted in spate of vandalism (2001-10-04)
A SPATE of damage has been caused to a bus, taxis and cars in the Duddery Road area of Haverhill.
Driver killed in car river plunge (2001-10-04)
A DRIVER died after his car went into a river at Great Bradley, near Haverhill.
Emma is a super teacher – and that’s official (2001-10-04)
AT THE tender age of 25, Steeple Bumpstead Primary School's Emma Skingley has just become a super teacher.
Coffee raises cash for charity coffers (2001-10-04)
THOUSANDS Of pounds were raised at coffee mornings across Mid-Anglia last week to help people living with cancer.
Reds go on the rampage (2001-10-04)
FIVE first-half goals gave on-song Haverhill the points in their 5 – 0 rout at struggling Brightlingsea – with Paul Jenkin and Adie Hunt both scoring pairs and Mark Brandt netting one, and having anot...
Tenants vote for housing transfer (2001-10-05)
HAVEBURY Housing Partnerhsip are to be the new owners of St Edmundsbury’s housing stock, after the result of a ballot in favour of the transfer was announced today.
Elderly to get help for home repairs (2001-10-10)
Help with the cost of repairs to homes is available for older people through a scheme run by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Nightclub has new owners (2001-10-11)
NEW owners have taken over Haverhill’s Rush Nightclub this week and are looking for the support of the town’s youngsters.
Relatives pay tribute to road crash victim (2001-10-11)
RELATIVES have paid tribute to talented young trainee chef David Smith, who died in a road accident at Great Bradley last month.
Region plays vital role in joint assault (2001-10-11)
AS the combined might of the British and the American forces finally unleashed their fury on the terrorist networks hidden inside Afghanistan it emerged bases in the area were playing a vital in the a...
Call for more delay on new homes plan (2001-10-11)
A MAJOR housing development in Haverhill, which includes the first phase of a northern relief road for the town, could be delayed after a planning application has been called in by the government.
Inspectors praise high standards (2001-10-11)
STAFF and pupils at St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School in Haverhill are celebrating an outstanding OFSTED report.
Band prepares for competition (2001-10-11)
HAVERHILL Silver Band will complete final preparations this week for the Brass Band Contest at Folkestone on Sunday and hopes to come away with a prize.
Kind teacher loses two-year fight for life (2001-10-11)
A MAN remembered as “a kind and gentle” teacher has died, two years after a brutal attack left him severely disabled.
Crime levels “are being kept under control” (2001-10-11)
CRIME in Haverhill is still being kept to a minimum according to sector commands, Inspector Mike Bacon.
Goodman tells Rovers to be more ruthless (2001-10-11)
PAUL Goodman wants Haverhill Rovers to be more ruthless after their 2 – 0 win over Cornard on Saturday in Jewson League Division One at Hamlet Croft.
Goods flood in for harvest festival (2001-10-11)
FRUIT, vegetables, flowers and tinned goods poured into St Felix Roman Catholic Primary School in Haverhill for their Harvest Festival services.
Multi@rts shares in arts funding (2001-10-12)
HAVERHILL’s Multi@rts project, led by Sally Roberts, has been awarded £1,000 to extend digital media access to a range of groups and individuals, including local artists.
Survey shows differing priorities (2001-10-13)
PROMOTING democracy is the objective this week, as local authorities up and down the country participate in Local Democracy Week, and Suffolk is now exception.
Jackpot rollsover as no one wins (2001-10-13)
No winners in either the lottery or lottery extra draw mean both jackpots rollover to Wednesday.
Local groups join forces for your views (2001-10-14)
OPINIONS about voting and councillors are being sort as part of Haverhill’s contribution to Local Democracy Week.
Local democracy week, what’s the point? (2001-10-14)
Local Democracy Week 2001, 15-19 October, is about how local authorities are promoting democracy and encouraging the public to take a more active part in how the authority makes decisions.
Praise for shopkeepers as firework inspections loom (2001-10-15)
Any shop in Suffolk selling fireworks is likely to be inspected this month to ensure adequate safety and compliance with the law.
Woman attacked near leisure centre (2001-10-16)
A WOMAN was indecently assaulted on Sunday evening behind Haverhill Leisure Centre as she was leaving the leisure centres car park on Ehringshausen Way.
Volunteers needed to save annual show (2001-10-18)
THE FUTURE of the annual Haverhill Show is again under threat, unless more volunteers come forward to help run next year’s event.
Prescription charges “are risk to health” (2001-10-18)
HAVERHILL Citizen’s Advice Bureau says people in the town are putting their health at risk because they cannot afford to pay for the medicine their doctor prescribes.
Objections to homes leads to development referral (2001-10-18)
PLANS for phase three of the Bovis House developments at Burton End, Haverhill, have been deferred so further negotiations can take place between developers and Haverhill Town Council.
MP applauds town plan for overview (2001-10-18)
MP RICHARD Spring says he is “delighted” that St Edmundsbury Borough Council has committed itself to getting a professional overview of Haverhill.
Bus traveller tells of nightmare journeys (2001-10-18)
FED UP bus traveller Ray Walker says his bus home from Cambridge to Hayerhill has failed to turn up on nine occasions in a month, and on one day it took him almost three hours to get home.
Pupils hope to design dream racer (2001-10-18)
PUPILS at Samuel Ward Upper School and Technology College in Haverhill hope to find themselves behind the wheel of a racing car at Goodwood next year, thanks to sponsorship from local firms.
Officers renew appeal for assault information (2001-10-21)
SUFFOLK Police, yesterday renewed their appeal for information about an indecent assault on a 30-year0old woman in Haverhill last Sunday.
Homeless man sets up tent in council protest (2001-10-21)
A HOMELESS man furious at St Edmundsburys refusal to treat his case a priority has set up his tent outside the council’s offices in Western Way in Bury St Edmunds.
Local democracy week - what happened to it? (2001-10-21)
Haverhill News On-Line’s, Chief Correspondent, Martin Chapman, takes a look back and asks what happened?
Police keep open mind as schoolgirl followed (2001-10-22)
Suffolk Police are keen to trace a man who appeared to be following a twelve-year-old schoolgirl on Tuesday evening.
Refurished memorial to Boer war soldiers unveiled (2001-10-23)
A SUFFOLK war memorial to those who died in the Boer war has been unveiled this week after renovations costing £20,000.
Residents' upbeat as flooding strikes (2001-10-23)
Suffolk was lashed by torrential rain over the weekend, and for some the clear-up continued throughout the start of the week.
MP renews his appeal for football club (2001-10-25)
MP Richard Spring has made repeated calls for financial help for Haverhill Rovers football club.
Struggling Haverhill fall down (2001-10-25)
FULL-BACK Steve Power kicked Haverhill’s only three points in a 27-3 defeat by Cantabrgian at Castle Pavilion on Saturday.
Appeal to donate blood (2001-10-30)
TEN THOUSAND donations of blood are used in hospitals every day to provide patients with the treatments they need.