999 work at home - ambulance staff on call (1999-09-02)
PARAMEDICS will answer 999 calls from their own homes in a bid to slash ambulance response times.
Super troupers shine (1999-09-02)
THERE were some twirling batons and pom-poms galore as Sapphire Majorettes hosted their tattoo on Sunday.
Rapid advance of internet site (1999-09-02)
A HAVERHILL website which opened in mid-March has already attracted 10,000 visitors, some from as far away as the USA, United Arab Emirates and Israel.
Lack of funds dents Polley's title hopes (1999-09-02)
SIMON Polley, from Horseheath, is lying 13th in the formula 600 Championship, even though lack of funds has prevented his competing in four championship rounds.
Scout base help plea (1999-09-09)
SCOUTS and guides at Haverhill are in desperate need of help after heavy rain caused the ceiling of their hut to collapse.
In pole position (1999-09-09)
AN afternoon of country pursuits was on offer at the annual Thurlow Fayre on Sunday afternoon.
Safety scare as water plant is hit by gas leak (1999-09-09)
RESIDENTS living near a water treatment plant were warned to stay inside and keep their windows shut after a leak of chlorine gas.
Sisters on trip down memory lane (1999-09-09)
TWO sisters paid a nostalgic visit to Haverhill and dropped into the News office in Queen Street which used to be their home.
Just champion! (1999-09-09)
MOUNTAIN bike rider Nick Ainsworth is celebrating becoming National Masters champion in his first full competitive season in the sport.
Vicar warns roof vandals (1999-09-16)
VANDALS who climbed on to a church roof were putting their own lives and those of other people in danger, a vicar has warned.
Extra ambulance cover promised (1999-09-16)
HAVERHILL will get more hours of cover when rotas come into effect next February, ambulance chiefs have promised.
Mum opens her home for cancer relief (1999-09-16)
BUSY mother-of-three Nicola Rogers, pictured left, is to open up her home as part of the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Relief.
Graham's Goal (1999-09-16)
YOUNG race walker Paul Graham will take part in the English Schools Championships at Peterborough this weekend, becoming the first Suffolk representative in the sport for more than 25 years.
Facing up to fund-raising (1999-09-23)
SHOPPERS in Haverhill helped with the essential fund-raising appeal for the town's Scouts and Guides groups.
Traders are up in arms (1999-09-23)
TRADERS in Haverhill say increases in car parking charges will mean they lose customers to neighbouring towns where parking is free.
Work starts on wildlife area (1999-09-23)
WORK has started on creating Haverhill's first Community Wildlife Area at Elm Close.
Crackdown on the pavement cyclists (1999-09-23)
POLICE plan to get tough with cyclists who ride on the pavement by issuing them with fixed penalty tickets.
Haverhill's christening (1999-09-23)
HAVERHILL Hockey Club christened their new astroturf pitch with a 4-1 home win against Redbridge & Ilford in Division II of the Women's East Super League.
Edwards fails to inspire Haverhill (1999-09-23)
Despite the heroics of full-back Tim Edwards, Haverhill Rugby Club lost 22-17 at Rayleigh in the Junior Cup. Edwards scored two first-half tries as Haverhill stormed into the lead, but Rayleigh took o...
Old school takes on its new role (1999-09-30)
CHILDREN played with skipping ropes at a former Haverhill school one last time as it took on its new role as a housing and training centre.
New centre under threat (1999-09-30)
PLANS for a Resource Centre in Haverhill's former Magistrates Court have hit a setback.
Hostage drama at Highpoint (1999-09-30)
NEGOTIATORS were at work for 15 hours at Highpoint Prison, near Haverhill, when a prisoner took his cellmate hostage.
Council bosses hold road talks (1999-09-30)
FURTHER measures are being considered to improve road safety on the A143 between Haverhill and Bury St Edmunds.
Academy get off to a flyer (1999-09-30)
HAVERHILL'S new Football Academy has got off to a flying start in its first season, losing only two games out of 16 so far.