Alan's hi-tech cheque from Czech bike trip (2000-07-06)
School governor Alan Pearson got on his bike and pedalled a 900-mile journey to Prague to raise money for Castle Manor Upper School in Haverhill.
Coxswain Stuart is life saver (2000-07-06)
A Quick-thinking rescue boat coxswain has received a life saving honour for helping save a woman's life after a road accident.
Mary is top of the class (2000-07-06)
THE Teaching Awards 2000 has highlighted the work of one of the region's most outstanding teachers in a special ceremony at St Andrew's Hall in Norwich.
Rocking good times at the showground (2000-07-06)
A bumper profit of £3250 is expected from Sundays Haverhill Show, which attracted bigger crowds and had plenty of attractions to offer them.
Water babies make a splash (2000-07-06)
SOME tiny babies did plenty of splashing as they completed a width of Haverhill Leisure Centre's pool in a sponsored splashathon.
Video starts at the Dome (2000-07-06)
YOUNG video makers from Cangle Junction at Haverhill are off to the Millenniun Dome hoping to win a national competition.
Full service again (2000-07-13)
Twenty-four hour ambulance cover in Haverhill will be restored from 7am next Monday morning.
Scroll on the road (2000-07-13)
A parade from Haverhill, organised by the town's Royal Air Force Association, got a hearty send-off from the Market Square as it left for Newmarket.
Bumper Times (2000-07-13)
Organisers are celebrating a bumper profit of at least £500 from the Haverhill Scout and Guide Fete.
Thake lands bronze (2000-07-13)
Haverhill runner finishes inside the national standard time
Rape claim case (2000-07-16)
A woman accused of making a false allegation of rape has been committed for trial at crown court.
Summer of fun (2000-07-20)
Haverhill's recreation ground will be 100 years old this month - and a big party is planned.
Mums' sad walk (2000-07-20)
Two mothers whose sons died together in a car crash are to retrace their last journey on a sponsored walk on Saturday.
What a lovely racquet it is having fun... (2000-07-20)
Some talented young players, and some mums and dads who had never picked up a racquet before, were in action at Haverhill Tennis club at the weekend.
Music is the winner at showground (2000-07-20)
Although the weather was not kind, around 2,500 people enjoyed the two-day Lazy K Country Music Festival at the Haverhill showground in Little Wratting. It is one of the longest running country music ...
Residents' battle over relief road (2000-07-20)
Residents are gathering a petition against a huge housing development in Haverhill - unless a relief road is built first.
Mum: Find bus thug (2000-07-27)
A HORRIFIED mum is asking for help in tracking down a man who she said jumped on to a school bus and swore at and threatened her 10-year-old epileptic son.
Father and son are walking tall (2000-07-27)
It was the journey of a lifetime for father and son race-walkers, Mick and Andrew Graham, who took part in an international event in Ireland and came home with gold and silver medals.
Millenium Maze gets the nod (2000-07-27)
HAVERHILL’S Millennium Maze has been officially launched, with two mayors walking around the site at the East Town Park.
Split decision on pub music hours (2000-07-27)
TOWN councillors in Haverhill have voted against an application by one pub to extend its public entertainment licence until lam — but have allowed another.
Pensioners are wheelie very angry (2000-07-27)
Pensioners are challenging St Edmundsbury Borough Council's decision to charge £25 for replacing a lost or damaged wheelie bin.