Home   Authors   Author

Newsdesk Haverhill

Crisis should have been handled better

23 April 2021
Crisis should have been handled better

Crisis should have been handled better

23 April 2021

Reader Shezette Irwin-Marsh, from Ashen, has written about the handling of the pandemic.


Letter: More warheads will not make us safer

08 April 2021
Letter: More warheads will not make us safer

Letter: More warheads will not make us safer

08 April 2021

Letter to the editor from David Payne, of Havepeace.


Suffolk man sentenced for online child sex offences

25 January 2021
Suffolk man sentenced for online child sex offences

Suffolk man sentenced for online child sex offences

25 January 2021

A 26-year-old man from Haverhill has been sentenced for a number of online child sex offences.


Looking forward to a great year

18 December 2020
Looking forward to a great year

Looking forward to a great year

18 December 2020

An open letter to volunteers and supporters of Clare Castle Country Park.


Listening to your views

10 December 2020
Listening to your views

Listening to your views

10 December 2020

Haverhill's Community Engagement Officer with a new regular column


A single voice for businesses

27 November 2020
A single voice for businesses

A single voice for businesses

27 November 2020

ONE Haverhill chairman John Mayhew explains why the role of town centre manager is being re-introduced.


'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

24 July 2020
'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

'We won't challenge customers who don't wear masks'

24 July 2020

Chains including Costa Coffee and Sainsbury’s will not penalise customers who do not wear face coverings in their stores as new laws come into force.


Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

08 July 2020
Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

Half-price meals will be offered to diners eating out after the Chancellor's mini-budget

08 July 2020

This is how to get half-price meals every Monday to Wednesday during August


Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

10 June 2020
Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

Support bubbles for single households - this is how the new system works

10 June 2020

Single adult households will be able to form a 'bubble' with another household in England from Saturday


Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

05 June 2020
Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

Crucial 'R' infection rate revealed

05 June 2020

The crucial 'R number' infection rate for the East of England has been revealed.


First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

15 May 2020
First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

First look at Government's guidelines for primary schools reopening

15 May 2020

No sharing of toys or materials, supervised handwashing and no end-of-term traditions all feature in the latest guidelines for primary schools.


Education: Well-being advice for pupils during the pandemic

06 May 2020
Education: Well-being advice for pupils during the pandemic

Education: Well-being advice for pupils during the pandemic

06 May 2020

Sam, aka The Progression Coach, shares tips for maintaining a healthy mind


Extraordinary kindness across our communities

05 May 2020
Extraordinary kindness across our communities

Extraordinary kindness across our communities

05 May 2020

Sponsored editorial: Meet the ordinary people doing extraordinarily things in the fight against coronavirus


£250,000 appeal made for covid-19 ventilator funding

05 May 2020
£250,000 appeal made for covid-19 ventilator funding

£250,000 appeal made for covid-19 ventilator funding

05 May 2020

ROOTS Medtech in Sawston is working with Lungfish Dive Systems to develop a low-cost ventilator to help treat people with covid-19


Let your grandparents know how much you're missing them

25 April 2020
Let your grandparents know how much you're missing them

Let your grandparents know how much you're missing them

25 April 2020

We're collecting children's lockdown messages to their grandparents. Here's how to send yours.


Plane spotted zig-zagging over Suffolk explained

23 April 2020
Plane spotted zig-zagging over Suffolk explained

Plane spotted zig-zagging over Suffolk explained

23 April 2020

The reason why a number of planes have been spotted zig-zagging in the skies around the country has been revealed


Every supermarket's updated opening hours and product restrictions

16 April 2020
Every supermarket's updated opening hours and product restrictions

Every supermarket's updated opening hours and product restrictions

16 April 2020

Keep up to speed with the latest opening hours and dedicated times for NHS staff and the elderly at supermarkets.


Supermarkets recall dozens of products

16 April 2020
Supermarkets recall dozens of products

Supermarkets recall dozens of products

16 April 2020

Shoppers are being asked to check their cupboards for items which have been recalled.


Number of lockdown fines revealed

15 April 2020
Number of lockdown fines revealed

Number of lockdown fines revealed

15 April 2020

The number of fines handed out to those flouting lockdown in Suffolk has been revealed - as crime plummets across the country.


Fake 'ambulance' voice note being spread on social media

08 April 2020
Fake 'ambulance' voice note being spread on social media

Fake 'ambulance' voice note being spread on social media

08 April 2020

An alarming voice note that has been shared on WhatsApp has been outed as fake by the ambulance service.