Road risk for pupils (1999-05-06)
PARENTS and teachers are lobbying for safety measures to tackle "hazardous" traffic near three Haverhill schools.
Service recognised at meeting (1999-05-06)
SEVERAL members of Haverhill Town Council were thanked for their work at the annual town meeting, the last before stepping down from office.
Haverhill open with a victory (1999-05-06)
JAYGATE Homes Two Counties Division Three new boys Haverhill got their season off to a winning start with a four-wicket victory over Long Melford.
Face painting gives £4,500 appeal a lift (1999-05-13)
FUND-RAISING efforts have started to help a four-year-old girl with a rare neurological condition which leaves her totally dependent on her parents.
Town to top list of aims (1999-05-13)
A "VIABLE, successful town centre" has been promised to Haverhill by Conservative district councillors following their election victory.
Conservatives in full swing (1999-05-13)
LABOUR lost its fragile hold on St Edmundsbury Borough Council thanks to a decisive swing to the Conservatives.
Carly is the top swimmer (1999-05-13)
CARLY Edwards was the home-town star of Haverhill Hurricanes’ annual open gala.
Nunn tumbles into third place (1999-05-13)
Haverhill Gymnast Jamie Nunn came third in the British Championships in the speciality of sports acrobatic tumbling.
New hope in rape case (1999-05-20)
A television reconstruction of the rape of a Haverhill woman and her emotional appeal have produced an astonishing response.
School tries for £400,000 extra funding (1999-05-20)
A bid to gain technology college status, which would give almost £400,000 of extra funding, has been launched at Samuel Ward School in Haverhill.
Town centre shops boost (1999-05-20)
Queen Street in Haverhill looks set to get a trading boost as one of the town's busiest shops is to open a branch in the former Shopping Hall.
Simply the best (1999-05-20)
A young quartet of Haverhill swimmers stormed to two records at the Midland District relay championships.
Push to raise cash for HQ (1999-05-27)
SCOUTS and Guides set out to wake up Haverhill town centre by pushing a bed up and down the street.
Work starts on bowling alley (1999-05-27)
WORK has started on a long awaited ten pin bowling alley at Haverhill, which is due to open in the autumn.
Busy Martine wins award (1999-05-27)
DETERMINED teenager Martine Latham from Haverhill missed a ceremony to receive an award - but only because the busy youngster was away at a majorette practice.
Concern raised on trees (1999-05-27)
REASSURANCES have been given that trees at Haverhill have been cut back to preserve them and avoid cutting them down.
Stars turn out for new pitch opening (1999-05-27)
CROWDS flocked to Haverhill Sports Centre on Sunday to see stars of sport and screen taking part in a celebrity football match to launch the new all weather pitch.