Films this week at Haverhill Cineworld (2015-12-01)
Appeal following burglary in Haverhill (2015-12-03)
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Fisher Close, near Shetland Road in Haverhill.
Consent is key message in new campaign (2015-12-07)
A campaign aimed at raising awareness of rape and sexual violence in Suffolk is to focus on the importance of consent.
Films this week at Haverhill Cineworld (2015-12-08)
Suffolk County Council's Cabinet will discuss proposals for a consultation process to transform specialist provision for children and young people across the county when it meets today.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following an incident which took place at Haverhill Rugby Club, School Lane, Haverhill, sometime between 8.00pm on Wednesday 2 December and 9.00am on Thursday 3 D...
The Apex puts a spring in your step with a winning mix of original artists and tributes to old favourites. (2015-12-10)
See www.theapex.co.uk or ring 01284 758000 for more information, or to book.
The percentage of pupils in Suffolk primary schools achieving expected levels in reading, writing and maths is continuing to rise according to latest data from the Department for Education.
Classical Music at The Apex (2015-12-10)
It’s not every day that you see an orchestra perform a complete symphony from memory; no music, no stands and no chairs either, but in Mozart by Memory – The Musical Memory Palace on 4 February, Auror...
Police launch Christmas Campaign and ask everyone to give the ‘gift of safety’ this festive season (2015-12-10)
Residents across Suffolk are being urged to consider vulnerable people this Christmas and help give the ‘gift of safety’ to their friends and family, neighbours and colleagues.
Films this week at Haverhill Cineworld (2015-12-14)
Suffolk begins second round broadband deployment: Bringing superfast broadband to even more homes and businesses (2015-12-14)
Suffolk County Council is proud to announce that it has started the second round of Superfast Broadband deployment ahead of schedule. The £30m contract with BT is part of the Government’s Broadband De...
Residents at Cleves Place care home in Haverhill are toasting to their home’s newest feature; a traditional country pub. The pub was installed at the residents’ request and has been named the ‘Dog and...
Suffolk schools launch new partnership (2015-12-15)
Schools in Suffolk have launched a new partnership to share good practice and support each other in school improvement.
Haverhill Arts Centre new season (2015-12-15)
Haverhill Arts Centre announces its new season.
Counterfeit goods company director gets suspended sentence and ordered to pay over £30,000 (2015-12-15)
A Suffolk company director, who were caught manufacturing and selling counterfeit goods to unsuspecting victims through eBay, has been handed a 12 month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. The c...
Farmers warned of targeted fraud attacks (2015-12-16)
Farmers are being warned to be extremely wary of any suspicious calls, texts or emails as fraudsters specifically target the agricultural sector when EU grant payments begin to arrive in bank accounts...
Witness appeal following collision (2015-12-17)
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision that took place on Withersfield Road in Haverhill around 8.00am on Monday 14 December. The incident involved two vehicles, a whi...
As an overhaul of the police complaints system gets underway, PCCs across the region have worked together to recruit lawyers to chair hearings into allegations of police misconduct.
Christmas message from the PCC (2015-12-17)
Christmas time is one of my favourite times of the year as it is a chance to celebrate with friends and family and renew old acquaintances.
Forthcoming Events at The Apex (2015-12-18)
Tue 15 Dec, 7.30pm
Three partner councils looking to create a single site for waste and vehicle management in West Suffolk have published a plan for the next stage of consultation which will start on 8 January and finis...
Recycling your Christmas tree (2015-12-29)
Christmas is sadly over and soon families will be taking down their Christmas trees – so remember they can be recycled.
New domestic abuse law welcomed (2015-12-31)
Officers have welcomed a new law which could see domestic abuse offenders jailed for up to five years for ‘controlling’ their victims.