Just over 1p per week (2000-12-06)
Just over 1p per week. That's the increase in Town Council Council Tax for most properties in Haverhill in 2001/2002.
Woman's car crash ordeal (2000-12-07)
A YOUNG care assistant told a Crown Court jury how she only narrowly escaped from a crashed car before it burst into flames.
Homeless plan is set to 'destroy old church hall' (2000-12-07)
A SOCIAL worker fears she may be forced to leave her Haverhill home if plans to convert the neighbouring properties into a home for a housing group go ahead.
Burglar 'trashed' house for revenge (2000-12-07)
A BURGLAR "trashed" a house in Haverhill as an act of revenge, a court heard.
MP is opposed to court cash cuts (2000-12-07)
MP RICHARD Spring has written to the Lord Chancellor opposing budget cuts which he said could threten the survival of the magistrates' court system in Suffolk.
Students show driving ambition from behind the wheel (2000-12-07)
SIXTH Formers from Haverhill got some lessons behind the wheel last week from the British School of Motoring as part of a series of activities.
Video project takes shape (2000-12-07)
PUBBERS, clubbers, and excluded pupils could be among those trying out the latest digital video cameras in a new project at Haverhill.
Dog's victim appeals for help (2000-12-07)
A MAN who was bitten by a rottweiler in Haverhill at the end of September is appealing for help in tracking down its owner after learning that it has attacked someone else.
King's reign begins with a 6-0 win (2000-12-07)
WHETHER it was the thought of their first win bonus in 4½ years or the presence of new owner John King, Haverhill Rovers were inspired to pick up their biggest win of the season at Hamlet Croft.
Cup run comes to an end (2000-12-07)
YEAR 11 are hard at work revising for mock examinations next week and the weather seems constantly dull and gloomy.
Galileo brought back to life (2000-12-07)
IN WHAT has been a quite week for the school Peter Joyce presented the life of Galileo and some of his fundamental inventions that have changed the course of science.
Car crash trial ends abruptly (2000-12-08)
THE trial of Paul Brooks, 19, of Arrendene Road was suddenly ended this week.
Crash victim gets £950,000 (2000-12-14)
A BLACKSMITH who was crippled after a motorbike crash on a poorly-maintained road has won nearly £1 million damages.
Toilets get top award (2000-12-14)
WHEN it comes to spending a penny, public toilets in Haverhill have been proven the best in a national award scheme.
Patients not asked about clinic cuts (2000-12-14)
A RESIDENTS group fighting plans to reduce surgery hours on the Clements Estate at Haverhill said most people in the area were not consulted about the plans.
Protesters queue in rain to sign arts petition (2000-12-14)
PEOPLE queued up in the pouring rain for the chance to sign a petition to save Haverhill's Arts Centre during the town's late-night shopping event.
Drink drive madness (2000-12-21)
ALMOST three people are being arrested for drink-driving in Suffolk every day - less than a month after a national crackdown was launched.
Pint-a-year effort wins donor award (2000-12-21)
A WOMAN has just given her 71st pint of blood and received a special award.
Man is jailed for boys' 'gun' terror (2000-12-21)
THREE teenage boys were terrorised by a Haverhill man with what appeared to be a gun, a court heard.
Pub shows off the bright lights of Christmas (2000-12-21)
WHEN it comes to putting up Christmas decorations, landlady Jackie Smith of the Rose Tavern in Haverhill is in a class of her own.
Vigilance plea after theft spree (2000-12-21)
POLICE are warning shoppers in Haverhill to take extra care of their money after a spate of thefts at supermarkets in the town.
Polisher finally hangs up his cloth (2000-12-21)
PROJECT Office Furniture, of Haverhill, has said goodbye to one of its longest-serving members of staff, Ronnie Bampton.
King's first day on the throne brings victory (2000-12-21)
HAVERHILL'S millionaire benefactor John King could do worse than build his dreams of taking the Suffolk club to the fringes of League football around his cultured captain Paul Miles.
Proposed changes to Clements doctors’ surgery (2000-12-21)
DR Platt and Partners, who operate out of the Clements Surgery, are looking to develop a new surgery at Hanchett End. The new surgery will offer opportunities for additional specialist clinics, as we...
Looking ahead to Big Apple (2000-12-21)
MATHS master classes on a Saturday morning have been well attended by both Year 9 and 11 students and led to some good progress.
Council prepared for snow (2000-12-28)
Haverhill Town Council's investment in two new grit bins has proved to be a wise investment. Sited at the junction of Queensway and North Avenue, and at the junction of Recreation Road and Mill Hill,...
Dave's big take away (2000-12-28)
A COUPLE who spend their lives surrounded by burgers and fired onions have managed to lose a massive seven stones in weight between them.
Tension rises as Arts Centre meeting looms (2000-12-28)
As the date for the public meeting over the future funding of the Haverhill Arts Centre draws close a war of incriminations has broken about between officials at the Town and Borough Council.