Accountants step up charity fund raising (2010-07-01)
A local accountants and business advisors is to step up its charity fund raising campaign in memory of a former client.
Early tips on how to survive being self-employed (2010-07-01)
Enterprise agency Menta is holding another of its Haverhill Very Early Lunch Club meetings on Thursday, July 8, from 7.45-9.15am at Frankie and Benny's in the town.
Top date for all boppers and stompers (2010-07-01)
You can be transported back to the late 1950s at a show coming to Haverhill next week.
All set for town's big summer weekend (2010-07-02)
This is the big weekend of the summer in Haverhill, with the climax of the Haverhill Festival and the Haverhill Show.
Campaign launched to boost fostering (2010-07-02)
A campaign to boost fostering in the area will include an information stand at Tesco in Haverhill next Friday, July 9.
Promotional golf items stolen in burglary (2010-07-02)
Haverhill police would like to hear from anyone who has been offered a Fulham golfing umbrella, a Kalajoki golf towel or golf shoe bags following a burglary of a town factory.
Sunshine brings crowds flocking to Haverhill Show (2010-07-04)
Thousands of people crowded onto Haverhill Recreation Ground over the weekend to sample the delights of the Haverhill Show and to help raise money for local charity LAMPH.
Festival rises to the occasion again (2010-07-05)
Haverhill Festival came to an end yesterday after two very successful weeks of arts and leisure events in the town.
Golf club junior heads for Scottish open (2010-07-05)
Haverhill Golf Club junior captain, Chris Vince, will be playing in the Scottish U16s Open at Auchterarder, which starts tomorrow.
Mixed tennis team gets back to winning ways (2010-07-05)
In the Halstead and District Tennis League Haverhill Tennis Club mixed team had an excellent start to the season winning their first four matches, but narrowly lost the next to Lavenham B 5-4 with the...
Thieves and burglers have another busy weekend (2010-07-05)
Burglary of sheds and garages and thefts from gardens are still going on in Haverhill, with some more occuring over the weekend.
How you can help police choose their opening hours (2010-07-06)
Police in Haverhill are stepping up their efforts to get the public to choose their police station opening hours.
Doomed quango gave town a helping hand (2010-07-06)
A quango which the Government is set to abolish has played a role in improving Haverhill's economic prospects in recent years.
Chamber invites families to go hunting for treasure (2010-07-06)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce members will be abandoning their sat navs and looking for clues at the organisationís annual family car treasure hunt.
Patrols increased in wake of cemetery damage (2010-07-06)
Police have stepped up patrols in the area of Haverhill cemetery after last week's incident where graves were vandalised and items stolen.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2010-07-06)
Listings for films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning July 9.
Consolation friendly win for lady golfers (2010-07-06)
Haverhill Golf Club ladies played in two county matches last week. The first was played away at Hintlesham on Monday, June 28, where, after a close match, Haverhill lost 3-2 to the hosts.
Wow factor of Queen Street gates to be unveiled (2010-07-07)
The iconic new gates for Queen Street will be launched next week, and everyone is welcome to come and join in the celebration.
New boss for emergency medical service (2010-07-07)
A new chief executive has been appointed for the successor to MAGPAS, the regional emergency medical service, recently relaunched as Helimedix 24/7.
Search for stars during summer holiday week (2010-07-07)
The search is on for 50 of the most talented young people across the county to join the Suffolk Youth Theatre Summer School this August.
The Haverhill Rovers football team captain decided to take a hand himself this week in combating an opponent of the town's new football development in Chalkstone Way.
Haverhill police have admitted being disappointed of their hopes to deal with alcohol consumption and resulting anti-social behaviour along Haverhill's railway walk.
Motorists and youngsters the focus of complaints (2010-07-08)
Various forms of anti-social behaviour by youngsters or motorists took up most of the attention of Haverhill police's Safer Neighbourhood Team meeting today, and two issues were taken up as new priori...
Measures stepped up to protect cemetery from vandals (2010-07-08)
Vandals have again attacked Haverhill cemetery, despite police stepping up their patrols in the wake of an incident iver the weekend before last.
Queen Street to become an entertainment venue (2010-07-09)
Once the new gates are in place in Haverhill's Queen Street, the area will become the venue for a series of open-air entertainments for children during the summer.
Youths try to entice children with sweets (2010-07-09)
Police are seeking two male teenagers who tried to entice children to their car with sweets in Chapple Drive, Haverhill, on Wednesday lunchtime.
Take care as weekend heatwave approaches (2010-07-09)
The Met Office have issued a warning about a heatwave starting this weekend.
Warning comes in wake of distraction burglaries (2010-07-09)
Suffolk police are appealing for residents countywide to help support and advise elderly and vulnerable members of the community following a distraction burglary in Ipswich at around 1.30pm on Wednesd...
Historic vehicles put on a stunning show (2010-07-12)
There was a nostalgic brush with the past for hundreds of people who flocked to the second annual Haverhill Historic Transport Rally, held in the arts centre car park on Sunday.
Firm reaches its quarter-millennium of trading (2010-07-12)
This week marks an astonishing milestone for Haverhill's longest-established business.
Van set on fire in the street (2010-07-12)
Fire crews were called to the Chalkstone Way area of Haverhill in the early hours of Sunday morning after a van was set alight.
Young golfer misses cut in U16s open by one shot (2010-07-12)
Haverhill junior golf captain Chris Vince has returned from Scotland after competing in the Scottish U16 Boys Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.
The developers who control the land proposed for the site of a research park on the western edge of Haverhill, have said the scheme will not happen unless planners change their ideas.
Holiday warning about school building sites (2010-07-13)
Haverhill police have warned of the dangers of buildings sites to youngsters during the school holidays.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2010-07-13)
Listings for films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning July 16.
More of the week's golf club results (2010-07-13)
The Lady Captainís Day menís competition at Haverhill Golf Club was played in teams of three as a stableford format.
Man arrested after attacks on building site (2010-07-14)
Police who warned yesterday of the dangers of building sites and the cost to the community of vandalism on them have arrested a man in connection with a series of such incidents
New initiative to help residents feel safer (2010-07-14)
If you live in one of eight selected streets in Haverhill, you might find a police officer knocking on your door sometime over the summer holidays.
The head planner of St Edmundsbury told Haverhill business people she wanted the town to grow according to their vision rather than hers - but then outlined why the council was opposed to ideas they r...
MP to open enterprise agency's new training centre (2010-07-15)
Matthew Hancock MP will be opening the new Menta training centre and serviced offices in Haverhill tomorrow.
Big day in store for Queen Street (2010-07-15)
Haverhill's Queen Street undergoes a prestigious transformation tomorrow (Friday) when its new gates are put in place and officially unveiled.
Praise for town at two upbeat opening events (2010-07-16)
Today has been hailed as a great day for Haverhill as the launching of the prestigious new gates for Queen Street followed closely on the heels of the opening of a new £100,000 business training centr...
Sculptured steel lime leaves form the new gates to Haverhill's Queen Street, their modern design signifying a youthful and forward-looking town.
Business centre aims to grow jobs for the future (2010-07-16)
Running a business is a wonderful way to spend your life, although extremely difficult, Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock told people gathered for the opening of a £100,000 new business and training cent...
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (12A) - film review (2010-07-17)
In the state of Washington, not far from the capital Seattle, lies a small rural town, Forks, where the third chapter of the Twilight saga, Eclipse, continues.
Charity golf day raises over £1,000 (2010-07-19)
A charity golf day held at Haverhill Golf Club by local firm Paul Donno & Co Ltd as part of their 2010 campaign to raise money for St Nicholas Hospice raised over £1,000.
Spain has found the winning formula for sport and now a new tapas restaurant will bring a slice of the country to Haverhill from this week.
Girl, 14, raped in town alleyway (2010-07-19)
A teenage girl has been left traumatised after being raped in Haverhill three weeks ago, a police spokesman has said.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2010-07-19)
Listings for films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning July 23.
Haverhill Angling Club news (2010-07-19)
I have recently returned from two weeks at Whiteacres in Cornwall. This was voted the top angling resort in Britain, with my best match result coming in the weekly rover match which contains over 13...
Students look weigh back into history (2010-07-20)
Haverhill school students have helped to create an online museum of the town's longest-established company, as part of its 250th anniversary celebrations.
Police seek missing bits of gates (2010-07-20)
Two pieces of Queen Street's new lime-leaf design gates never made it to the opening celebrations on Friday.
College's musical hits the heights (2010-07-21)
The school musical - an event which seemed almost to have died out in Haverhill - has been given a shot in the arm by Castle Manor Business and Technology College in the last few years, and this year'...
New tapas bar is up and running (2010-07-22)
Haverhill's new tapas bar has opened at Bar Vu in Jubilee Walk, bringing a taste of Spain to the town.
Time's up for motorists with noisy exhausts (2010-07-22)
Almost 100 vehicles have had their exhausts tested for excessive noise in Suffolk following the successful trial of a new device.
Opera star tops the bill at cricket club (2010-07-22)
Internationally renowned opera star, mezzoĖsoprano Yvonne Howard, has agreed to lead an impressive line-up at the very first picnic concert held at the picturesque cricket field at Mill Green, Shudy C...
Youth exposed himself to woman (2010-07-22)
Police are investigating an incident where a youth exposed himself to a woman in Haverhill yesterday afternoon.
State-of-the-art care home scheme abandoned (2010-07-23)
Plans to redevelop the Chalkstone Middle School site as a state-of-the-art care home have been abandoned by Suffolk County Council.
Report backs developer's view of research park (2010-07-23)
A report on the viability of the proposed Haverhill Research Park at the western end of Haverhill has said it cannot be economically implemented without an element of 'higher-value' development being ...
Play is sure to go down a storm in the open air (2010-07-23)
One of Shakespeare's best-loved plays, The Tempest, comes to Haverhill in an outdoor production next week.
Biotechnology growth area to get university lab (2010-07-26)
The Haverhill area is part of a bio-technology hotspot that has led to Suffolk's university getting a £0.5million new world-class laboratory.
Haverhill firm re-brands care giant (2010-07-26)
A Haverhill design company has created a new look for one of the largest domiciliary care and support providers across Essex and Suffolk
Reptiles return among other things at centre (2010-07-26)
Haverhill Leisure Centre will be offering youngsters a whole host of new attractions for this yearís summer holidays.
Project helps 15 new businesses set up in 11 months (2010-07-27)
A European Social Fund (ESF) project to provide support and advice to people in and around Haverhill to help them to become their own boss has already seen 15 new businesses set up in the town.
Teenage girls and boys accosted by three men (2010-07-27)
Two groups of teenagers were approached by three men on Friday afternoon in ways that have led police to launch an investigation.
Borough's parks score top marks in Suffolk (2010-07-27)
St Edmundsbury has been awarded three green flags Ė the best score in Suffolk - for its parks, which include several in Haverhill.
An incident in Haverhill last week has underlined recent police warnings about potential distraction burglaries.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld listings (2010-07-27)
Listings for films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning July 30.
Theives break into town's boxing club (2010-07-27)
Haverhill Boxing Club's premises was broken sometime over the last few weeks.
President wins golf club's invitation day (2010-07-27)
Haverhill Golf Club's Mixed Invitation Day was played on Sunday, July 18, and was won by Haverhill president Christopher Briggs and his guest, Jackie Frost from Stoke by Nayland, with a fabulous 46pts...
Business groups back developers over research park (2010-07-28)
Leading Haverhill business organisations have raised concerns over the councilís draft concept statement for land at Hanchet End Following an independent report into the viability of developing Haverh...
Tempestuous weather postpones The Tempest (2010-07-28)
Yesterday's torrential rains forced a postponement of the performance of Shakespeare's The Tempest at East Town Park in Haverhill, scheduled for the evening.
Police link vehicle damage incidents (2010-07-28)
Police are linking three incidents which happened in the early hours of Monday morning when vehicles were damaged in Haverhill.
Chance for volunteers to help at Olympics (2010-07-28)
A volunteering events team is to be established in Suffolk in response to the massive interest created for volunteering by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The Government may have cancelled the national free swimming scheme for children and pensioners but Haverhill Leisure Centre has pledged to continue offering free swimming for scheme participants.
A business breakfast meeting next week offers members a short time on the soapbox about their businesses.