Bathroom baby bliss (2000-09-07)
NEWBORN Molley Ager was dubbed “a bit of a miracle” after making her entry into the world on the bathroom floor.
Puppet fun for the kids (2000-09-07)
A PUPPET Show version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears kept youngsters at Haverhill’s Arts Centre fascinated.
ATHLETICS - Yes, mum's the word! (2000-09-07)
West Suffolk confirmed their promotion to Division Three of the Southern Women’s League in emphatic fashion, winning their final match of the season at Ware by more than 100 points.
Drop-in centre is relaunched (2000-09-07)
A DROP-IN centre for people with learning difficulties has been relaunched after being saved from closure by Suffolk County Council funding.
New bells ready to ring (2000-09-07)
CHURCH bells will ring out at Steeple Bumpstead Parish Church for the first time in 90 years, following the arrival of two new bells and repairs to two others.
Hemp homes set the trend (2000-09-14)
HAVERHLLL has become the first town in the country to have houses built from hemp.
Petrol runs dry as panic fuels crisis (2000-09-14)
PETROL panic began this week as drivers rushed to claim the last dregs of fuel in the mounting crisis.
Residents' wait is over as £1.2m revamp is ready (2000-09-14)
RESIDENTS of Cambridge Way in Haverhill can look forward to a cosy winter after the final stage of refurbishment work has been completed, nine weeks ahead of schedule.
Haverhill points machine grinds on (2000-09-14)
THERE is no stopping Haverhill Rugby Club, nor their free-scoring skipper Pete Youngs.
Film success for Holly, 15 (2000-09-14)
A DREAM has come true for schoolgirl Holly Boyd after winning a part in a film starring Jeremy Irons.
Police force is set to decline (2000-09-21)
A FALL in police numbers in Suffolk is a cause for serious concern, according to a constabulary chief.
"Smelly" plant will remain - despite rows (2000-09-21)
THERE are no plans to move Haverhill's sewage treatment works out of the town, an Anglian Water spokesman has confirmed.
Majorettes among the medals (2000-09-21)
NEW Image Majorettes, who have been at the centre of a recent controversy in Haverhill, have rturned in triumph from the Czech Republic with bronze medals.
Holiday lessons scheme voted a success (2000-09-21)
PUPILS who went back to the classroom during their summer holiday have received certificates of achievement for their work.
Brain storming success in the nationals (2000-09-21)
A FEW years ago, Nike ran a series of adverts featuring children saying “I’m Tiger Woods” while mimicking the golfing superstar.
Police put the ‘boot’ in (2000-09-21)
RESIDENTS of Parsonage Gardens, in Haverhlll, can feel more secure in their homes thanks to a new “granny boot” device to stop unwanted callers getting into their homes.
Sam Ward's hive of activity (2000-09-28)
WITH the second week of term now over, the school is a hive of activity.
Bullseye for Allen (2000-09-28)
Making dartboards for a quarter of a century has been a labour of love for Allen Garner, a keen player who has reached superleague and county level.
Couple's plea in wait for op (2000-09-28)
A COUPLE facing a bleak winter without being able to cook are hoping to get the husband’s knee operation speeded up because of their plight.
Going batty in the park (2000-09-28)
A TASTE of life as a bat was offered to youngsters who visited Haverhill's East Town Park for a Best of Bats session.
Death crash man jailed (2000-09-28)
A MAN responsible for killing three members of the same family in a road smash was jailed on Friday for two years.
Rovers win Wilcon Backing (2000-09-28)
Haverhill Rovers kept alive their hopes in the FA Vase by fighting back from 1-0 down at home to Hornchurch to earn a replay thanks to Ben Cowling's 70th minute equaliser in the second qualifying roun...