Ramraiders attack shops (2002-01-03)
RAMRAIDERS fled with hundreds of pounds worth of cigarettes after slamming cars into front of two businesses within half an hour of each other.
Bob the boxer needs new home (2002-01-03)
THE Jaybeth Animal Sanctuary, in Barnardiston, near Haverhill, is hoping to home hundreds of animals, many abandoned in the run-up to Christmas.
Hit shot Jenkin leads Rovers revival (2002-01-03)
TITLE hopefuls Haverhill kept pace with the leaders thanks to a 3 – 1 triumph at Whitton despite going behind early on.
Kennel raiders steal Yorkies (2002-01-10)
A HEARTBROKEN dog breeder is hoping someone can help get her dogs back, after all 13 were stolen from the kennels over-night.
Janet, 107, is there in the 1901 census (2002-01-10)
THE census of 1901, put on the internet this week, includes the region's oldest woman.
Ramraiders strike at village post office (2002-01-10)
RAMRAIDERS have attacked the Post Office at Kedington, near Haverhill, for the second time in two years, but the owners have vowed to carry on.
Bed blocking money welcomed by council (2002-01-11)
OVER £3 million has been allocated to Suffolk County Council to ease the pressure of bed blocking in the NHS. This is nearly double the amount already received.
Super slimmer sheds 11 stones (2002-01-17)
Maureen Smith may be less than half the woman she once was but she has never felt better in her life.
A school put on special measures is celebrating its best inspection results to date.
Be on your guard – businesses warned (2002-01-22)
Suffolk businesses are being warned to be on their guard against invoices demanding payments of hundreds of pounds.
New bid to brighten up town’s estates (2002-01-24)
Hundreds of free spring bulb packs are being handed out tomorrow in a bid to brighten up estates in Haverhill.
Brownies tempt shoppers with tasty treats (2002-01-24)
Brownies in Haverhill served tea and coffee to shoppers to raise money for the latest Blue Peter television appeal.
Face of 2000 appears on booklet’s from cover (2002-01-24)
A striking reproduction of the Face of Haverhill has been used on the cover of the new Haverhill Directory, launched this week.
Ex-town mayor pays tribute to husband (2002-01-24)
Former Haverhill Town Mayor and councillor Aldine Horrigan has paid tribute to her late husband Tom, who died after a long battle against illness.
OAP angry over glass on cycleway (2002-01-24)
A disabled pensioner says he has just had a third puncture on his electric scooter repaired, caused by broken glass on Haverhill’s cycleways.
Laser lighting could be used in roundabout sculpture (2002-01-24)
A futuristic sculpture with laser lighting could be on the cards for the “gateway” roundabout entering Haverhill from the Cambridge direction.
Residents’ group calls for more members (2002-01-24)
A residents association in Haverhill’s largest housing estate is hoping to get more people to discuss issues such as plans for a new drop-in centre.
Work out and keep up with the gossip from the square (2002-01-25)
As we lead an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, health and fitness becomes an important part of our lives and now fitness fans can now keep up to date with their favourite television or radio programm...
Waste centre closed for maintenance (2002-01-31)
Residents are being asked to hold on to their waste for longer or use alternative waste sites whilst the site in Haverhill is closed for resurfacing work.
Study shows way forward (2002-01-31)
More needs to be done to overcome Haverhill’s negative image and make sure that newcomers do not use it as a dormitory town,
Burglar is sent to jail after being on the run (2002-01-31)
A former Haverhill man has been jailed for more than two years after being on the run for nearly as long.
Police are keen to trace a man who approached a woman walking along a footpath in Haverhill on Monday night.
Campaign by town council results in new safety (2002-01-31)
A Haverhill Town Council campaign on behalf of many pedestrians who use Reeds Lane in Haverhill has resulted in new safety moves.
Bed blocking in county is among worst in UK – MPs (2002-01-31)
Four Suffolk MPs say enough is enough after discovering that bed blocking figures for Suffolk are among the worst in the country.
MBE Red Cross nurse loses battle for life (2002-01-31)
The head of the Red Cross has paid tribute to a nurse who has lost her long battle with cancer.
Business Park land bought by developer (2002-01-31)
Leading developer Carisbrooke has brought the last major employment site in Haverhill, the 64 acres Helions Business Park.
Home games are crucial in push for promotion (2002-01-31)
Haverhill Rovers game against Brightlingsea was called-off at the weekend, but it will not deter them in their quest for promotion.