£15,000 for voluntary organisations (2001-04-02)
TWO of Haverhill's voluntary organisations are set to receive extra funding from St Edmundsbury Borough Council's Development and Finance Committee which will total over £15,000.
Bus route is big success (2001-04-05)
A BUS service between Cambridge and Haverhill has been such a hit that it is being changed from a subsidised route to a commercial one.
FA Cup treat for exhibition visitors (2001-04-05)
VISITORS to the fourth Haverhill Business Exhibition got the chance to have their picture taken with the FA Cup.
Arts Centre deal in step forward (2001-04-05)
HAVERHILL Town Council has agreed in principle to take over the management of the town's Arts Centre, provided sufficient financial safeguards for its future are provided by St Edmundsbury Borough Cou...
Sally shares vision of digital future (2001-04-05)
A YOUNG graduate is about to open an Aladdin's Cave of the latest digital camera equipment and show people in Haverhill how to use it.
All-round hug for dieter granny Anne (2001-04-05)
ANNE Jones has delighted her seven-year-old granddaughter Siobhan by losing almost five stones in weight so the youngster can give her a proper cuddle.
Girls through to semi-finals (2001-04-05)
FOR the second year in a row, a girls' under-16 football team has made it to the semi-finals at national level.
Eric the Iron shows off his metal at Earl's Court (2001-04-05)
A YOUNG designer has come up with the simple but clever idea of an iron that automatically rights itself .
Bad luck hits Rovers during surprise loss (2001-04-05)
An injury-time penalty miss from Marcus Hunt and a disallowed goal from substitute Neil Green, prevented Haverhill from claiming a point at lowly Thetford, who surprisingly won 3-2.
Club to reopen after upgrade (2001-04-12)
HAVERHILL clubbers are set to boogie to some of the country's top beats when Rush nightclub changes hands.
Mayor takes his hat off to children (2001-04-12)
EASTER hats of all shapes and sizes presented town major Gerry Kiernan with a dilemma at the Stepping Stones Playgroup, Haverhill, last week.
School staff shocked over calls for closure (2001-04-12)
PARENTS have called for a special measures school to be closed.
Free party attempt to attract tots (2001-04-12)
A TODDLERS' group is looking for more children to join and save it from closure.
Sanctuary hits adoption crisis (2001-04-19)
AN ANIMAL sanctuary is facing a pet adoption crisis as the public stays away because of the foot-and-mouth outbreak.
Uplifting message at Methodists' Men's night (2001-04-19)
FORMER World Powerlifting Champion Arthur White and his team Tough Talk, from East London, were the guests at Haverhill Methodist Church's first Men's Night at the Woodlands Country Hotel.
Sign is suitable and should stay - landlord (2001-04-19)
A PUB landlord says a roadside sign with a spelling mistake should stay for entertainment value.
Electors to have say in change (2001-04-19)
RESIDENTS have until the end of the month to express their preferences for the council reorganisation.
Fire crews battle blaze at school (2001-04-19)
FIRE officers believe arsonists may be behind a blaze which ripped through mobile classrooms at a school today.
Fire crews beat building blaze (2001-04-19)
FIRE crews across the region tackled a blaze in a derelict building in Haverhill.
Book yourself chance of a job (2001-04-19)
INTERNET kiosks in the county's libraries will give access to more than 300,000 jobs.
New show venue means no entry fee (2001-04-19)
THE Haverhill show is to go ahead on july 1, using the Recreation Ground as its new venue.
School fails its pupils, say parents (2001-04-19)
ANGRY parents have accused a school of failing its pupils even though education watchdogs are about to give it the all-clear