Fears over lack of GPs (2001-08-02)
UP TO £100,000 may be given to help a hard-pressed doctors’ practose amid growing fears over the shortage of GPs in Haverhill.
State of the grass verges 'an embarrassment' (2001-08-02)
A REGULAR user of Haverhill's by-pass has expressed her horror at the state of grass verges.
Education 'good for your health' (2001-08-02)
EDUCATION has a crucial influence on Suffolk people's health, with those who achieve more qualifications enjoying better health and living longer.
Plea after boy is approached by stranger (2001-08-02)
A FIVE-year-old boy was approached by a man while playing in his garden.
Head retires with feather in his cap (2001-08-02)
PLACE Farm Primary School in Haverhill has received praise from OFSTED inspectors, just as headteacher Peter Fletcher retires after 13 years.
Police in hunt for car driver (2001-08-02)
POLICE are appealing for information after a woman cyclist was accosted at Haverhill in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
OAP's leader in call for public comment (2001-08-02)
THE chairman of a pensioner's group is calling for people to get in touch with him to get their views heard.
Industry to get a boost from firms (2001-08-02)
INDUSTRY in Haverhill looks set for a boost after two firms applied to build new industrial premises in the town.
Local genealogy website launched (2001-08-08)
LOCAL historians keen to trace their family history have a new resource thanks to the Haverhill Family History Group and Haverhill UK.
Teacher running for the lifeboats (2001-08-09)
A TEACHER from Haverhill will be doing the run of her life to raise money for the lifeboat charity.
£4m store refit gets tills ringing (2001-08-09)
IT WAS a bumper weekend of trading for a supermarket after a major refit.
Fresh attempt to woo firms (2001-08-09)
A NEW BID is being made to promote Haverhill to companies, potenital employees and homebuyers.
Church staying quiet on the issue of banns (2001-08-09)
CHURCH officials are remaining tight-lipped over speculation that a review led by a Suffolk bishop will recommend axing an ancient tradition.
Motorcyclist dies in collision with car (2001-08-09)
A MOTORCYCLIST was killed in a crash near Saffron Walden yesterday morning.
Face at the National (2001-08-09)
THE most famous face in Haverhill will now be seen by people from around the world.
Puxley powers to gold meal glory (2001-08-09)
A HAT-TRICK of gold medals and three world records — not a bad international debut by teenage powerlifter Glenn Puxley (above).
Jail for man in knife terror (2001-08-16)
CHILDREN were terrified when a man burst into a house brandishing a knife, a court heard.
Michael retires with special memories… (2001-08-16)
A SPECIAL constable who is retiring after 18 years is urging other to give the force a try.
Man admits killing his baby daughter (2001-08-16)
A MAN has admitted the manslaughter of his five-week-old baby daughter.
Boom forces firm's move to new offices (2001-08-16)
BUSINESS is booming for a Haverhill recruitment consultancy which is about to move offices to cope with the growing demand for its services.
Referee Webb earns national service honour (2001-08-16)
A dedicated referee has received a national award for his services to football.
20mph speed limit scheme for estate (2001-08-16)
A £50,000 road calming project, aimed at curbing speeding and dangerous driving, is being proposed for an area in Haverhill including reducing speed limits to 20mph.
Bid to improve the safety of schoolchildren (2001-08-16)
THE safety of pupils going to school in Haverhill has come under the scrutiny of two of the town's governing councils.
Kids up against clock (2001-08-16)
THERE was a Race Against Time for youngsters in a park in Haverhill.
Councils differ on system for assessing developments (2001-08-16)
A SYSTEM for deciding which should be considered for residential development has been agreed by borough councillors – but Haverhill Town Council believes it is weighted in favour of developers.
Singer on bill with a legend (2001-08-23)
A SINGER'S dream of becoming a pop superstar has moved a step closer after being picked to support soul legend Lionel Ritchie.
Young move and groove at workshop (2001-08-23)
A FUSION of words and dance was created by youngsters attending a two-day dance workshop at Haverhill.
Call for businesses to get behind soccer club (2001-08-23)
HAVERHILL Rovers' new chairman Michael Barnett is calling for more support from the town's business community to help the club out of its financial difficulties.
Police appeal after girl, 12, is chased by man (2001-08-23)
POLICE are appealing for information after a 12-year-old girl was accosted in Haverhill on Wednesday evening.
Marathon veteran is in the running for charity (2001-08-23)
A VETERAN of three London marathons is heading to the Big Apple to run this year's New York marathon for a children's charity.
MP gives dire warning over town's future (2001-08-23)
HAVERHILL is in danger of "becoming obsolete" unless an action plan is developed, says MP Richard Spring.
A-Level students celebrate success (2001-08-23)
STUDENTS across Mid-Anglia shattered records again and sent pass rates soaring with another top-notch set of A-level results.
Brimley's double whammy (2001-08-23)
DARREN Brimley put one in at both ends as Haverhill drew 2-2 at home to King's Lynn Reserves.
Youth on stabbing charge (2001-08-23)
A 17-year-old youth who was facing the charge of attempted murder was remanded in custody at Bury St Edmunds youth court yesterday.
Explorer's search for sponsors (2001-08-23)
YOUNG explorer Justin Argent is seeking sponsors to help him take part in a three-month expedition to the Arctic.
IFF town job boost (2001-08-30)
MILLIONS of pounds of investment has been promised by International Fragrances and Flavours to secure the future of the Haverhill plant and will in turn create 60 new jobs.
Advice bureau continues to expand (2001-08-30)
HAVERHILL Citizens Advice Bureau are reaching an ever increasing number of people through the addition of outreach sessions and their website.
Local firm help African aids victims (2001-08-30)
HIV and Aids in Africa has created a generation of Orphans and according to a report issued by the United Nations as many as one third of 15 year olds in Africa will loose their life due to Aids.
Mixed reception to stone animals (2001-08-30)
RESIDENTS have give a mixed response to the Town Council’s plan to carve stoned animals in to Jubilee Walk.
Glorious sunshines draws the crowds (2001-08-30)
GLORIOUS sunshine over the Bank Holiday meant large crowds gathered for Haverhill Rugby Club’s Beer Festival and a Children’s Fun day on Castle Playing Fields.
Met police launch murder hunt (2001-08-30)
METROPOLITAN police have launched a murder hunt after a 40-year-old Haverhill man died of head injuries following an assault in London.
Council criticised over rail response (2001-08-30)
SUFFOLK County Council have been criticised by a Haverhill councillor over their lack of enthusiasm after receiving a 10,000 strong railway renewal petition.
Policeman attacks courts sentence (2001-08-30)
A HAVERHILL policeman who feared for his life after being dragged by a car along a road has attacked the sentence passed down by the courts.
Tributes paid to council officer (2001-08-30)
TRIBUTES have been paid to a popular housing services officer, formerly based in Haverhill, who drowned in a holiday boating accident.
Youngsters get help managing their finances (2001-08-30)
YOUNG residents at Cangle Junction in Haverhill will be getting a helping hand with managing their finances now a new credit union branch has opened there.
Jail for man who swindled relatives (2001-08-30)
A HAVERHILL man has been jailed for 10 months for swindling his wife's relatives out of £15,000.
Bankrupt escapes custodial sentence (2001-08-30)
A BANKRUPT former businessman from Haverhill narrowly escaped jail after being prosecuted by the Department of Trade and Industry.
Son's cash is lost in post again (2001-08-30)
A HAVERHILL woman has vowed never to send birthday cards in the post again after her son's cards containing cash were lost for the last two years running.
Advice on hand for pupils (2001-08-30)
PUPILS who have just finished their GCSEs and are worried about the cost of staying on in the sixth form could get some help from Suffolk County Council.
Jenkins keeps firing as rivals draw a blank (2001-08-30)
PAUL Jenkins bagged his third goal in three games to help Haverhill to a 3-0 home win over Warboys.
Emergency vehicles to carry “flight” recorders (2001-08-30)
AN INNOVATIVE black-box device for emergency vehicles was launched by a Haverhill company last week at the annual police show in Wiltshire.