Putting Haverhill on the Map (2005-09-05)
Regular readers of Suffolk Business magazine cannot have failed to notice that there is something stirring in the west of the county. Still in its infancy and yet able to pull off a Hollywood style aw...
College Looks To Future With Bright New Image (2005-09-08)
Smartly badged blazers worn by pupils herald a new era at a Haverhill College which re-opened this week as a specialist business and enterprise college.
Shotgun Case Adjourned (2005-09-08)
A 14-year-old schoolboy charged with causing grievious bodily harm to another boy who was shot with a shotgun had the case against him adjourned yesterday for another four weeks by magistrates.
Swimmers Show Community Spirit (2005-09-08)
Swimmers at Haverhill Leisure Centre have raised £1,198.80 by taking part in Butlins Swimathon for childrens charity, NCH.
Bureau's Future In Doubt (2005-09-08)
Uncertainty surrounds the future of Haverhill's Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) after plans to merge it with the Bury St Edmunds Bureau were revelaed.
Hotel And Pub Plan Brings Jobs Boost (2005-09-15)
Plenty of new jobs are on the way for the Haverhill area now that planning permission has been granted for a new hotel, restaurant and pub.
Fuel Sales Soar As Motorists Stock Up (2005-09-15)
Motorists at Haverhill were out stocking up with fuel earlier this week ahead of the protests over rising petrol prices.
Hearing For Ex-Councillor (2005-09-15)
A controversial former councillor who is awaiting trial on internet child porn charges has had a complaint made agianst him to the Standards Board of England upheld.
Neighbours Fear Flooding If Problem Is Not Tackled (2005-09-15)
Residents who have been pushing back torrents of water with brooms say they fear they will wake up one morning to find their homes flooded unless action is taken to deal with the problem.
Man Jailed For abduction (2005-09-15)
A 43-year-old man has been jailed for nine months after abducting a 15-year-old girl from the Haverhill area.
Workers To Strike In Pensions Row (2005-09-22)
Workers at the Grampian Foods factory will down tools tomorrow for a 24 hour strike over changes made to their company pension scheme.
Warning For Pet Owners After Cat Shot With Gun (2005-09-22)
Louie the cat has used up several of his nine lives recovering from horrific injuries inflicted by a gun fired at him from point blank.
'Pay Up Madam Or You Face Jail' (2005-09-22)
Brothel madam Suzanna Culling has been told she must pay more than £136,000 after making more than £1.5 million from vice.
Soldier Honoured For Role In Iraq War (2005-09-22)
Iraq war veteran Mandy Denton has been awarded a medal for her efforts.
Contact Centre Plea To Help Keep Doors Open (2005-09-22)
A centre which promotes contact between absent parents and their children faces closure unless more volunteers step forward to help.
Sword Man Escapes Jail (2005-09-23)
A man who threatened to cut off a policeman's head with a Samurai sword has escaped a jail sentence.