Hotline launched in bid to stop rogue salesmen (2001-07-03)
TRADING Standards officers from across the Eastern region joined forces yesterday, to launch a hotline to crackdown on rogue traders and workmen who prey on vulnerable members of the community.
Crime warning as warm weather continues (2001-07-12)
SUFFOLK Police is urging householders to remember home security as the warm weather continues.
Success is sweet for golden oldies (2001-07-12)
MOVE over Jane Fonda, the Shearman Sugarettes of Haverhill are showing they are no slouches when it comes to exercise.
Jail for post office raider (2001-07-12)
A MAN who took part in a robbery bid at Kedington post office, has begun a three-year jail sentence.
Joust right at free family fun day (2001-07-12)
Plenty of free fun for youngsters was on offer on the Clements Estate at a fun day on Saturday.
Ofsted praise for playgroup (2001-07-12)
STEPPING Stones playgroup has received a good report from OFSTED inspectors.
Council adopts new system (2001-07-12)
CHANGES to the way St Edmundsbury Borough Council is run will make it more open and councillors more accountable for their decisions, according to Haverhill councillor Gerry Kiernan.
School given safety funding (2001-07-12)
PUPILS at St Felix Primary School, in Haverhill, are to try to improve road safety around their school after receiving a £20,000 grant from the Department of Education.
First On Track youth club starts in town (2001-07-12)
THE first On Track activity in Haverhill starts today, 12 July, with the opening of Glyders, a joint initiative with community education, provided by Suffolk County Council.
Girls to get new soccer centre (2001-07-12)
A NEW coaching centre for girls is being set up at Haverhill in conjunction with Colchester United.
Jemma’s double bronze (2001-07-12)
HAVERHILL athlete Jemma Thake and her West Suffolk clubmate Louisa Wells won bronze medals at the English Schools Athletics Championships in Exeter.
Meeting calls for village policing (2001-07-12)
PEOPLE worried their local bobby is being stretched too far met police chiefs to discuss the issue.
Committee member quits show (2001-07-12)
A HAVERHILL Show Committee member has resigned, after claiming he was threatened by some people at the show's car boot sale.
Police launch artifice crackdown (2001-07-16)
Suffolk Police have launched Operation Home Guard after a significant increase in the artifice burglaries.
Police tips to reduce artifice burglaries (2001-07-16)
Suffolk Police have issued tips to reduce the number of artifice burglaries.
Council come to rescue of rural bus service (2001-07-17)
SUFFOLK County Council have come to the rescue of several rural bus services including the 345 between Haverhill and Bury St Edmunds.
Golfer killed in car crash (2001-07-19)
FRIENDS of a popular golf professional watched in horror as he lost control of his car and was killed as it somersaulted into a ditch.
Mother wins damages after unfair dismissal (2001-07-19)
A MOTHER is celebrating at home with her young son after winning more than £14,000 in damages for being sacked when she became pregnant.
Pushing on with the wheelbarrow race (2001-07-19)
HAVERHILL'S Wheelbarrow Race, a major institution until the 1970s, is being revived this year in aid of charity group LAMPH.
Pet company invests in its people (2001-07-19)
A PET product company from Haverhill is celebrating receiving an Investors in People award.
Councillor takes on rubbish job (2001-07-19)
A COUNCILLOR has volunteered to get his hands dirty to help improve the management of waste and recycling in the Haverhill area.
Fun run for charity (2001-07-19)
A FAMILY fun-run in aid of charity has been organised by Haverhill Round Table and the Town Council for Sunday, July 29.
Tatum wins in battle of the two Roberts (2001-07-19)
ROBERT Tatum did just enough to hold off the challenge of Roberet Cramsie and clinch the Haverhill Golf Club Championship.
Credit card scam rife across region (2001-07-21)
An urgent warning has been issued this week by Trading Standards in Suffolk regarding a new credit card scam that is rife within the region.