Accountants take on £10,000 charity challenge (2010-02-01)
An accountants and business advisers from the Haverhill area will be attempting to raise £10,000 during the year for charity, in memory of a client and friend.
Hints on how to spring clean a business (2010-02-01)
Thursday sees the first meeting this year of Haverhill's new Very Early Lunch Club, under the auspices of Suffolk Enterprise Agency Menta.
Beat the winter blues at the library (2010-02-01)
Haverhill library is helping to cheer people up during a long cold winter with a Beat The Winter Blues week this week.
Burglars are about again (2010-02-01)
Burglars got away with a television, a laptop, jewellery, a game console and cash from a house in Moneypiece Close in Haverhill overnight on January 27/28.
Arts centre riding out the storm so far (2010-02-01)
Haverhill Arts Centre is on course to achieve its budgeted target for this financial year despite suffering its toughest period so far in 2009.
Golden hello for employers to take on apprentices (2010-02-01)
A new apprenticeships scheme, offering small and medium-sized employers a wage subsidy for the first six months, has just been launched.
MP praises newly-chosen successor (2010-02-02)
Haverhill's MP Richard Spring has hailed his successor as Tory candidate in the constituency, chosen at the weekend, as 'an individual of exceptional intellect and ability'.
Meat factory damaged in blaze (2010-02-02)
Haverhill fire crews were among six that attended a blaze at the Vion Food Group meat processing factory in Little Wratting yesterday.
Pancake races will raise cash for Haiti (2010-02-02)
Families will be taking part in pancake races at Haverhill Leisure Centre on Shrove Tuesday, February 16, to raise money for the Haiti Earthquake Appeal.
Convincing win for golfer Paul (2010-02-02)
The men’s IFF Challenge was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, January 27.
Appeal for more watchers to beat burglars (2010-02-02)
In the wake of a series of burglaries and thefts from cars, Haverhill police are appealing for more Neighbouyrhood Watch schemes to be set up in the town.
Tough Guy Dave proves his mettle (2010-02-03)
A Haverhill businessman who took on the Tough Guy challenge at the weekend admits to being completely shattered by the end of it.
Police are asking people who drive children to one of the schools in School Lane, Haverhill, to park more considerately.
Firemen save two industrial units from blaze (2010-02-03)
Haverhill fire crews were called out yesterday to their second large blaze in two days, when they attended a set of industrial units in Brockley Green, Hundon.
Worker catches a glimpse of burglars (2010-02-03)
As the string of burglaries across the area continues, a member of staff at a warehouse in Homefield Road, Haverhill, yesterday caught a glimpse of some of the people who may be responsible.
Warning about council tax scam (2010-02-04)
The council is warning residents about a telephone scam operating in St Edmundsbury that promises a council tax rebate but is actually a way of fraudulently obtaining bank details.
Facelift for decaying piece of town history (2010-02-04)
One of Haverhill's historic buildings at risk is at last likely to get a facelift and structural repair.
Burglary is second this week in same street (2010-02-04)
The Haverhill area's burglary spree goes on, with Moneypiece Close in the town being hit for the second time in a week.
Youth assaulted by men with dog (2010-02-04)
Police are appealing for information after a youth was assaulted on a footpath near Quendon Place in Haverhill on Tuesday evening.
MP takes up ambulance concerns (2010-02-05)
Haverhill MP Richard Spring was looking forward to 'full and frank discussions' this morning when he went into a meeting about ambulance cover in the town.
New initiative to get families reading (2010-02-05)
An injection of £40,000 Government cash is to be given to Suffolk to promote reading within families.
Chill out at leisure centre during half-term (2010-02-05)
A new free ‘Teen Chill’ activity for stressed-out teenagers studying for exams in June will be launched this half-term at Haverhill Leisure Centre.
Panto audiences gave over £400 for earthquake relief (2010-02-05)
A total of £415.01 will be sent to aid the relief of Haiti earthquake victims, thanks to the generosity of audiences at a recent pantomime.
Plea for return of 100lb metal sculpture (2010-02-05)
Residents of Castle Hedingham are wondering if anyone in the Haverhill area can help in locating an unusual sculpture which has been stolen from the village.
Bands line up to fight it out (2010-02-05)
The first heat of Riffed: Haverhill Battle Of The Bands 2010 takes place tonight from 8pm at Haverhill Arts Centre.
Woman critically hurt in crash (2010-02-08)
A woman suffered life-threatening injuries in a car crash on the A1017 Haverhill bypass this morning.
Late equaliser denies Rovers a top win (2010-02-08)
RIDGEONS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Haverhill Rovers 1 Kirkley and Pakefield 1, match report.
Keep on the lookout to beat burglars (2010-02-08)
Haverhill's spate of burglaries continued last week, with a factory and a house being targeted.
Prospective new MP pays town a visit (2010-02-09)
The new prospective parliamentary candidate for the Conservatives for the West Suffolk constituency paid a visit to Haverhill on Friday.
Trail of criminal damage in Park Road (2010-02-09)
A trail of criminal damage to three different houses in Park Road, Haverhill, on Friday night, is being linked by police to the same offenders.
Stolen truck dumped in river after ram-raid (2010-02-09)
The series of burglaries and break-ins across the Haverhill area has escalated with five incidents in the last few days.
Rovers U15s dominate in comfortable win (2010-02-09)
EASTERN ALLIANCE JUNIOR LEAGUE UNDER 15s: Haverhill Rovers 3 Cornard Utd 0, match report.
Final golf major is finally contested (2010-02-09)
The Asco Cup, the final major competition of the fixtures calendar at Haverhill Golf Club, was finally played on Sunday.
Free energy monitor available from library (2010-02-09)
Suffolk residents can now visit their local Library (including mobile libraries) and borrow an energy monitor free.
Hundon go down but Wratting win (2010-02-09)
There was pretty much a full programme in the Cambridgeshire Football League on Saturday, with Hundon losing out at rivals Foxton, but West Wratting having a cracking 5-1 win over Histon A.
Comeback needed after early debacle (2010-02-10)
RIDGEONS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Haverhill Rovers 3 Wivenhoe Town 2, match report.
Police investigate death of elderly woman (2010-02-10)
Police have cordoned off a house in Lower Road, Hundon this morning, following the death of a woman at the property.
Council employees give it a good report (2010-02-10)
The area's largest employer has been given a high quality national rating in a survey based on feedback from its staff.
St Edmundsbury plans probably the lowest tax rise (2010-02-11)
Council tax is to go up in St Edmundsbury this year but it is thought to be the lowest rise in Suffolk.
New appeal for witnesses to Monday's crash (2010-02-11)
Police are renewing their appeal for information following the serious injury car crash on Haverhill bypass on Monday morning.
Students get fired up for self-employment (2010-02-11)
Business advisors yersterday told members of Haverhill Young Chamber of Commerce how they could become the next Alan Sugar.
Police urge care as winter returns (2010-02-11)
With more snow forecast, Suffolk Police are urging motorists to be alert and take extra care on the county’s roads during the wintry conditions.
There is to be no change in the system of councils in Suffolk, despite the time and money which has been spent on local government re-organisation proposals over the past few years.
Belt up next week or get fined (2010-02-12)
Motorists and passengers who do not wear seatbelts are to be targeted in a countywide police crackdown.
Special event for families with disabled children (2010-02-12)
Families with disabled children are invited to a very special February half-term event next week at Haverhill Leisure Centre.
County protests over free home care proposals (2010-02-12)
Suffolk County Council has told the Government it has serious concerns about the latest proposals for free adult home care.
Over 130 vehicles were stopped and checked during a multi-agency operation held in Suffolk on Thursday, using Automated Number Plate Recognition technology.
Inquest opened on Hundon pensioner (2010-02-15)
An inquest was opened and adjourned in Bury St Edmunds on Friday morning on the 89-year-old woman who was found dead outside her home in Hundon on Wednesday morning.
Burglary and vehicle theft toll mounts (2010-02-15)
Haverhill's burglary toll continued last week, with two incidents where cars were part of the haul.
Don't be the wrong sort of tosser tomorrow (2010-02-15)
Tomorrow is Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day, and Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service is offering timely advice about avoiding pan fires.
EASTERN COUNTIES lEAGUE DIVISION TWO: Haverhill 47 Dereham 7, match report.
Venue switch gives Rovers lads no problem (2010-02-15)
EASTERN JUNIOR ALLIANCE LEAGUE UNDER 15s PRESIDENTS CUP, ROUND ONE: Brentwood London 0 Haverhill Rovers 2, match report.
Camera bid to cover loss of toilet attendant (2010-02-16)
Town councillors meeting this evening are being asked to fund a CCTV camera to cover the corner of Haverhill Recreation Ground near the toilets.
Residents to be quizzed about play area (2010-02-16)
Residents in and around Lowry Close in Haverhill are to be questioned about the future of the children's play area nearby.
Antarctic adventurer to speak at chamber lunch (2010-02-16)
Business people will be hearing how a physics teacher from Haverhill will be taking on one of the biggest challenges of his life in Antarctica.
Future of Bevan House in the spotlight (2010-02-16)
The future of Haverhill Town Council's old home at Bevan House in Camps Road comes under discussion at tonight's council meeting.
Galfers battle through frost and snow (2010-02-16)
The midweek medal played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, February 10, was hampered by frost and yet more snow - however the competition went ahead as a non-qualifier over one division.
Plans for revised bus station unveiled (2010-02-17)
Plans for bigger bus shelters at Haverhill bus station were shown to Haverhill Town Council's meeting last night.
Place Court to be replaced (2010-02-17)
Place Court care home in Camps Road, Haverhill, is to be replaced by a new facility somewhere else in the town, and the land redeveloped.
No CCTV protection for toilets (2010-02-17)
Councillors decided last night not to pay £12,000 for a CCTV camera to prevent vandalism at the toilets on Haverhill Recreation Ground.
Council divided over 20 per cent tax rise (2010-02-17)
Haverhill Town Council divided on political lines last night over the setting of its budget for the next financial year and the resulting level of council tax.
Juvenile charged with burglaries (2010-02-17)
A 17-year-old man from Haverhill was due to appear before Bury Youth Court this morning charged with four burglaries earlier this month.
Witnesses sought to High Street assault (2010-02-17)
Police are appealing for information following an incident in Haverhill High Street in the early hours of Saturday morning in which a man suffered a knee injury.
New club for kids at leisure centre (2010-02-18)
A new Kids City Club has been launched at Haverhill Leisure Centre for regular users of the indoor playground.
Device enables crackdown on loud exhausts (2010-02-18)
Motorists who have had their exhausts modified could soon be facing on-the-spot fines.
High Street traffic fiasco infuriates councillors (2010-02-19)
Councillors furious about unenforced parking regulations in Haverhill High Street heard that a promised police clampdown on offenders lasted just one day because of a legal technicality.
Mayoral change to be marked in church (2010-02-19)
Haverhill Town Council is to appoint a chaplain and to have a civic service each year at the time of the mayoral changeover.
Thieves and burglars still in action (2010-02-19)
Last weekend saw more burglaries and vehicle thefts in and around Haverhill
Toddler's accident throws spotlight on High Street (2010-02-20)
Traffic dangers in Haverhill High Street were brought into focus again yesterday (Friday) when a two-year-old child was hurt in an accident with a car.
EASTERN COUNTIES LEAGUE DIVISION TWO: Broadlands 17 Haverhill 26, match report.
Police seek trio who damaged a wall (2010-02-22)
Police are seeking three boys who pushed a wall over in Mill Hill on Wednesday evening, February 17.
Walsham end Rovers' good run (2010-02-22)
RIDGEONS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Walsham-Le-Willows 3 Haverhill Rovers 1, match report.
Warning to keep sheds and garages secure (2010-02-23)
A warning has gone out to people in and around Haverhill to make sure their sheds and garages are secure in the wake of some more burglaries.
Motorists sliding around again (2010-02-23)
Yesterday's snow and rain caused slippery conditions, with police being called to a series of minor accidents.
Details required of private fostering (2010-02-23)
If you are fostering a child under a private arrangement, Suffolk County Council want you to tell them about it.
Volunteers needed! (2010-02-24)
The people of Haverhill have shown such wonderful support at our St Nicholas Hospice Care shop, for which we are truly grateful. But as well as donating your goods and purchasing from our shop, we as...
PC goes the extra mile to get pupils cycling (2010-02-24)
A police officer from Haverhill Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) has helped school pupils to get cycling with an ambitious initiative that saw him go the extra mile to get children pedalling.
Thieves smash window to get laptop (2010-02-24)
A laptop was stolen from an industrial unit in Haverhill between 5pm on Friday and 8am on Monday.
Green champion calls time on his role (2010-02-24)
Suffolk's ecological champion is quitting because he has not got enough time to devote to the cause.
Time to line up for youth elections (2010-02-24)
Young people in the area who are interested in politics and public speaking could now be thinking about applying for the UK Youth Parliament (UKYP).
Suffolk trading standards take on the supermarkets (2010-02-25)
Stores like Sainsbury's and Tesco have been accused of charging almost double the price in their own brands for similar products to their 'value' ranges.
The lowest council tax rise in Suffolk was confirmed by a meeting of St Edmundsbury’s full council last night.
Take a look into your future (2010-02-25)
Haverhill Leisure Centre is offering the chance to find out what you will look like when you get older, as part of its build-up to National No Smoking Day.
Over 100 caught without seatbelts in campaign week (2010-02-25)
Over 100 people were issued with fixed penalty notices as Suffolk police took part in a week-long European seatbelt enforcement campaign last week.
Little Wratting meat plant workforce halved again (2010-02-25)
The latest plans unveiled at Vion Food Group, formerly Grampian Foods, at its Little Wratting meat-processing plant, will see another 180 job losses.
The return of Liam hits our screens (2010-02-26)
Haverhill dyspraxia champion Liam Plumridge will be appearing on our TV screens again on Monday.
Launch invite from new counsellors (2010-02-26)
A new hypnotherapy and counselling service is starting in Haverhill next week and inviting people along to its launch.
Plaudits and lessons from the Big Freeze (2010-02-26)
Although the threat of more snow has note yet gone away, Suffolk has been reflecting on the winter in The Big Freeze workshop.
Keep on the lookout for thieves (2010-02-26)
The spate of burglaries in Haverhill may have come to an end, but out in the villages around thieves have been hard at work, and police are re-iterating their warning to the public to be vigilant.
Eastern Angles - The Long Way Home (2010-02-26)
The regular visits of our regional professional theatre company, Ipswich-based Eastern Angles, are keenly anticipated by Haverhill Arts Centre theatre fans.
Young film-makers all showed promise (2010-02-28)
There cannot be many better feelings for a youngster learning about film-making than to see one of their early efforts on the big screen of the cinema.