Dial-a-ride faces crisis (1999-11-04)
A DIAL-A-Ride scheme which provides vital trips for elderly and disabled people is facing a crisis because of a sudden shortage of drivers
Bulb planting for the Millennium (1999-11-04)
HAVERHILL people have been preparing to brighten up their environment for the Millennium.
African visitor in town (1999-11-04)
AN African statesman visited Haverhill yesterday to see the work of one of the UK's top companies in its field.
Botty bangs pen in win (1999-11-04)
SOCCER: Haverhill Rovers bought all three points back from Norwich United at the weekend, with Tony Botten and Ian Spencer the goal scoring heroes.
Fresh appeal for lights cash (1999-11-11)
COUNCIL PLEADS FOR FUNDS FROM TRADERS
Autumn show is a growing glory (1999-11-11)
SOME magnificent specimens of vegetables and flowers were on view at the annual Clare and District Horticultural Society Show on Saturday.
Blaze erupts at factory (1999-11-11)
Firefighters from three counties were called in to fight a blaze in a chemical factory.
Haverhill fail to hat-trick heroine (1999-11-11)
HAVERHILL women's hockey team fell victim to St Ives hat-trick heroine Sarah Hartley, who reluctantly took the plaudits in her side's 3-0 win to retain top spot in the Crowe Insurance Women's Superlea...
Majorette success (1999-11-18)
THERE was plenty to celebrate as Haverhill's New Image Majorettes held their annual presentation evening at Chalkstone Community Centre. Drum Major Kelly Johnson, who retired this year, was a finalist...
Car park plan is a 'waste of money' - claim (1999-11-18)
RESIDENTS say a council plan to redevelop a car park, then build another one nearby, is a complete waste of money and will cause parking mayhem near their homes.
Fire upgrading gains approval (1999-11-18)
PLANS to upgrade fire cover in Haverhill have been approved by councillors, despite a 5,660 signature petition protesting about downgrading at Sudbury.
Town remembers (1999-11-18)
YOUNG and old gathered on Sunday to honour all those who have fallen in conflict.
Moore's the merrier (1999-11-18)
YEAR 10 Samuel Ward Upper School pupil Kirsty Moore has made the final squad for the Suffolk girls under-16 soccer side, and will be involved in the matches against Essex and Norfolk this season.
POLICE have issued an E-fit picture of a robber who terrified a teenager at knife-point before stealing his money in a churchyard.
Funky fungay foray fun (1999-11-25)
A FUNGAL foray in Haverhill's East Town Park kept youngsters occupied on Saturday afternoon. Members of Haverhill Wildlife Club took part in the event and also got the chance to make a spore print, se...
Ambulance call out times improve (1999-11-25)
AMBULANCE chiefs are celebrating the East Anglian Ambulance Service's best-ever response performance to 999 calls.
Shoppers asked to call on their MP to save the pound (1999-11-25)
SHOPPERS in Haverhill were asked to write to MP Richard Spring to get his views on Europe.
It's going to be tough - Goodman (1999-11-25)
HAVERHILL Rovers captain Paul Goodman expects a tough test when his side travel to free-scoring Suffolk & Ipswich League leaders Grundisborough in the Suffolk Senior Cup on Saturday.