County council's top man calls it a day (2011-04-01)
The man at the centre of Suffolk County Council's move to cuts costs by divesting services is to retire.
Family's maths app adds up to an instant success (2011-04-04)
A Haverhill family's educational iPhone game has become one of the top 50 - one week after being released.
Cash injection for NHS in Suffolk welcomed by MPs (2011-04-04)
Suffolk's MPs have welcomed extra cash which was channelled into the NHS in the county from Friday.
More parents get the rowdy kids call from police (2011-04-04)
Haverhill police reckon their new policy of phoning parents to sort out their children's anti-social behaviour is already beginning to work.
Saturday marks a special milestone in the progress of Haverhill Tennis Club when its new clubhouse will be officially opened.
Defeat fails to dampen rugby club revival (2011-04-04)
FRIENDLY: Saffron Walden 20 Haverhill 17.Match report.
Woman, 47, attacked near Recreation Ground (2011-04-05)
Police are appealing for information after a 47-year-old woman was assaulted in the street early on Sunday morning.
Borough council candidates all from main parties (2011-04-05)
Nominations have closed for the elections to St Edmundsbury Borough Council which take place on May 5.
Accountants invest in new office in Haverhill (2011-04-05)
Accountants Paul Donno & Co Ltd opened a new office in Haverhill on Friday. It is at the Menta Business and Training Centre at 2 Hollands Road, and will be open Monday to Friday from 9am–5.30pm.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-04-05)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld during the week beginning Friday, April 8.
Police in Haverhill say they are 'very pleased' with the result of the knife amnesty held in the town over the last two months
Project helps women develop their art skills (2011-04-06)
A group of Haverhill women have been working with a professional artist on a project to improve their own art skills.
A meeting at which Haverhill town councillors were due to hear details of the new plans to develop the former Project site has had to be cancelled because not enough members were able to attend.
In less than two months Haverhill will come alive with its grandest business awards gala night to date, to be held at Chilford Hall, Linton.
Havebury signs up to leading LGB equality group (2011-04-06)
The housing provider which owns most of Haverhill's rented homes has joined a leading equality charity.
The Captains’ Drive In took place at Haverhill Golf Club on Saturday, April 2, hosted by club captain for 2011 Keith Brown and lady captain, Marian Mercer.
Chamber welcomes central role in LEPs (2011-04-07)
Haverhill Chamber of Commerce has welcomed news that British chambers of commerce, working with local business people around the country, will bring together a new, national network for local enterpri...
Catalytic converter thieves strike again (2011-04-07)
There is evidence this week that the catalytic converter thieves have not gone away as three Mercedes Sprinter vans have been targeted within the last few days - the latest one in the space of just te...
Seven days left to register to vote on May 5 (2011-04-07)
With borough and parish elections and a UK-wide referendum taking place on Thursday, May 5, St Edmundsbury Borough Council is urging voters to make sure they are registered to vote in time.
Three of Haverhill's musical groups have major concerts over the next week, the choral society on Saturday, and the parish church choir and the symphony orchestra on Sunday week.
Police to target young drivers in week of action (2011-04-08)
Younger drivers are to be targeted during a week-long campaign to ensure they are wearing seatbelts and their vehicles are roadworthy.
Man arrested on suspicion of growing cannabis (2011-04-08)
A man was arrested after Suffolk and Cambridgeshire Police executed two warrants on Wednesday, one in Haverhill.
Fostering roadshow comes to town next month (2011-04-08)
One of Suffolk County Council's annual fostering roadshows will be held in Haverhill next month in a bid to recruit more families.
Police seek evidence of dangerous dogs (2011-04-11)
Haverhill police would like to hear from anyone who has had a problem about dangerous dogs in the Thurlow Place area of the Chalkstone estate or along the railway walk.
Sun draws out potential tennis players (2011-04-11)
The new clubhouse for Haverhill Tennis Club was officially opened on Saturday, with over 100 people turning up to have go on the courts.
High street closure for Good Friday procession (2011-04-11)
There will be a short road closure in Haverhill town centre between 10.20am and 10.40am on Friday, April 22, for the annual Good Friday Procession of Witnesses parade.
Rogue trader must pay for proceeds of his crime (2011-04-12)
A rogue trader from Haverhill who sold counterfeit Nintendo Wii, DS and Xbox computer games on eBay has been ordered to pay a total of £42,500 following a final hearing at Ipswich Crown Court.
Vision Van gives shoppers a say in town development (2011-04-12)
Shoppers at Friday’s market in Haverhill will be asked what their vision is for the town in 20 years' time.
Thieves are targeting vehicles again (2011-04-12)
A spate of vehicle crime has hit Haverhill over the last three days with two attempted thefts of cars, one theft from a car and one interference with a dumper truck.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-04-12)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, April 15.
Free computer course at town library (2011-04-13)
Haverhill Library is running a free basic computer course for beginners on Thursday mornings in May - please note corrected phone number.
Town councillors back Project site redevelopment (2011-04-13)
Haverhill town councillors agreed last night to give unanimous support to the new plans for shops and business units on the former Project site.
Fun and music will mark opening of new plaza (2011-04-13)
A new public open space in the heart of Haverhill will be launched on Saturday with free fun and music from 11.30am to 2.30pm.
Suffolk County Council has today announced that, following feedback from Suffolk residents, the planned closure of six of the county’s household waste recycling centres in May 2011 will be delayed.
Crowland Road one-way scheme - but which way? (2011-04-13)
Although Crowland Road is likely to be turned into a one-way street, it has not yet been decided which way traffic would flow, Haverhill town councillors heard yesterday.
Junior golfer Liam heads huge field of 94 (2011-04-13)
On Sunday the men’s medal and first leg of the Cecil Darken Cup (for over 50s) was played at Haverhill Golf Club. A huge field of 94 took part, and the conditions were excellent.
Police in Haverhill are urging parents to be responsible for their children during the Easter holidays and into the summer, following persistent anti-social behaviour, often alcohol-related.
Big screen royal wedding at arts centre (2011-04-14)
Haverhill Arts Centre will offer big screen coverage of the Royal Wedding from 10am on the day of big event.
Man attacked with piece of wood and robbed (2011-04-15)
A man has been attacked and robbed by two men while walking along the old railway line in Haverhill.
Jet garage backs safety campaign for new drivers (2011-04-15)
A Haverhill garage will be giving away road safety packs to some new drivers next week as part of a Stay Safe campaign.
With 500 days until the London 2012 Paralympic Games, Suffolk’s aspiring Paralympic athletes have joined forces to encourage more disabled people in the county to take up sport and physical activity.
Speed check week aims to reduce fatalities (2011-04-15)
Motorists are being warned by Suffolk police to reduce their speed on the county's roads or risk being caught as an enforcement campaign begins next week.
New leader lined up for county council (2011-04-18)
A new leader for Suffolk County Council is being lined up to take over from Cllr Jeremy Pembroke, who announced his retirement recently.
Police following criminals around proves a hit (2011-04-18)
Getting police officers to follow known criminals around has proved very successfulin Suffolk.
Friendly: Braintree 0 Haverhill 56. Match report.
Voluntary organisations in Haverhill are in the process of voting for who will represent them on the new group which is set to replace Haverhill Partnership.
MP backs pubs as a place to see Royal Wedding (2011-04-19)
Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock has joined the landlord of his local pub, The Cock at Thurlow, Giles Reardon-Smith, and Conservative MEP, Robert Sturdy, to celebrate the launch of the pub’s new Greene ...
Get ready for the roadworks season (2011-04-19)
Suffolk County Council's £3m summer programme of road surface dressing gets underway this week – which will see 500 Suffolk roads covering 300 miles repaired following the recent harsh winter.
Joyriding vandals target diggers on building site (2011-04-19)
Another building site has been targeted by joyriding vandals in Haverhill.
Easter week's film programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-04-19)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Good Friday, April 22.
Inactive handicap robs Nicky of midweek medal (2011-04-19)
The men’s midweek medal at Haverhill Golf Club was played on Wednesday, April 13, and there were some great scores returned.
Future looks brighter for town's lollipop patrols (2011-04-20)
One way or another it looks as though Haverhill will retain its school crossing patrols, officially axed by Suffolk County Council in February.
Strasbourg Square property closed under ASBO order (2011-04-20)
A residential property in Haverhill has been closed down after Suffolk police applied for an order under ASBO legislation.
Haverhill Leisure Centre has been awarded the prestigious Quest Award for management of the centre, within the ‘highly commended’ category.
Man attacks youths with garden shears (2011-04-20)
Two youths were attacked by a man wielding a pair of shears after a late-night argument in Camps Road, Haverhill, on Friday.
Haverhill's MP has promised to look into why fuel is more expensive in Haverhill than anywhere else locally.
New route for Good Friday procession (2011-04-22)
A new route for the Good Friday procession of witness attracted a sizeable crowd of Christians from the various churches in Haverhill to mark their most solemn day of the year.
A prestigious visit tomorrow to Haverhill's two senior schools by the secretary of state for education has had to be postponed.
Church enjoys traditional Easter Day breakfast (2011-04-26)
Worshippers at Haverhill Methodist Church were treated to a special breakfast on Easter Day.
Police seek man seen near scene of holiday burglary (2011-04-26)
Police have issued a description of a man they want to talk to about a burglary in Station Road, Haverhill, on Saturday.
Two important consultations by Suffolk County Council are drawing to a close and residents are urged to make sure they have their say on the future of Haverhill fire station and library.
Meals on wheels service set to come back to town (2011-04-27)
The provision of meals on wheels in the Haverhill area could soon return to being based in the town.
A national programme which aims to tackle childhood obesity, run in Haverhill, has been ranked in the top five in the UK.
Beware dangers of fire during hot holiday weekends (2011-04-27)
Hot dry weather has led to an increased risk of fire, particularly over holiday weekends.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-04-27)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, April 29.
Have you seen any of these people? (2011-04-28)
Police in Haverhill have issued some CCTV pictures of people they would like to talk to with regard to crimes in Haverhill in March and April.
Education secretary Michael Gove is to visit Haverhill's senior schools on July 14, in a rescheduling enforced by House of Commons business.
A scheme of caring for people enjoying the night-time economy in Haverhill is being put together by representatives of local churches.