Bag snatchers are targeting elderly (2002-04-04)
Police have warned elderly women to be on their guard after handbag snatchers have been targeting them in the town.
Special prayers for Queen Mother (2002-04-04)
Residents of Haverhill have joined the rest of the nation in mourning the death of the Queen Mother.
Ex-football club chairman's company wound up (2002-04-04)
The official Receiver has been called in to handle the affairs of a company set up by John King, the former chairman of Haverhill Rovers.
Pensioners in plea for action over traffic (2002-04-04)
Two pensioners from Haverhill are calling for action over speeding traffic near their homes.
Gifts to aid work of district nurses (2002-04-04)
District Nurses at Haverhill have received valuable equipment from the grateful daughter of a former patient.
MP and mayor meet at commons (2002-04-04)
Haverhill Town Mayor Eric Bowman visited the House of Commons to have tea with the town’s MP Richard Spring.
Alcholic in plea to PM (2002-04-04)
An alcoholic from Haverhill has written ti the Prime minister calling for more resources to be provided for people like him.
Youngsters take success in their stride (2002-04-04)
Young athletes at Haverhill Striders Club are looking forward to more success on the athletics track this summer after winning trophies at the end of the recent cross country season.
Come and support Rovers - McGerty (2002-04-04)
Haverhill Rovers are heading for one of their biggest games of the season on Tuesday at Portman Road, hoping it will not be cancelled because it is the same day as the Queen Mother’s funeral.
Internet link up caught pervert (2002-04-11)
A computer pornographer has confessed to making indecent photographs of children.
Rovers lose cup final thriller (2002-04-11)
Two crucial mistakes by goalkeeper David Walton cost Haverhill the Suffolk Senior Cup as they lost 4-3 after extra-time to Kirkley at Portman Road.
Mammoth challenge ahead for cyclists (2002-04-11)
Two cycle-mad work colleagues at a Haverhill firm will be pedalling between 70 to 80 miles a day for two weeks when they take part in a sponsored bike ride from Lands End to John O’Groats.
Community pays farewell tribute to Queen Mother (2002-04-11)
Thousands of people from across the region joined together on Tuesday to bid a fond farewell to the Queen Mother.
End discrimination of Suffolk, says Spring (2002-04-11)
Suffolk is being consistently discriminated against by a Government which is hostile to rural England, MP Richard Spring told his West Suffolk Constituency AGM.
Strider Luke is so quick off the mark (2002-04-11)
Haverhill Striders Athletics Academy have turned their attention to -road and track races, shattering club records.
Bridge work set to cause delays (2002-04-11)
Major diversions will come into effect on Monday as work starts on a 15-week scheme to replace the Swan Lane bridge in Haverhill.
Response faster on 999 calls (2002-04-11)
Ambulance bosses have congratulated crews for bringing about a dramatic improvement in response times despite a massive increase in 999 calls.
Ann’s cash boost just champion for project (2002-04-11)
A Haverhill woman recognised as a Community Champion is giving a £900 boost to a lap-top project.
Pensioners log on to a new world (2002-04-11)
Enid Leslie Morse say a whole new world has opened up for them since they signed up for a computer course at Haverhill at the age of 78 and 81 respectively.
Smart new look will hit ‘em for six … (2002-04-11)
Cricketers at Haverhill have received smart new tracksuits, to give them a boost at the start of the season in a new league.
Police hunt store raiders (2002-04-11)
Thieves stole cigarettes after breaking into the petrol station at Sainsbury’s Haverhill store in the early hours of Monday.
Suffolk Tories double blow (2002-04-18)
Tories in Suffolk are realing from a double blow after Derek Redhead defected from the party and Sue Side-Lockett resigned from the county council’s Tory opposition group at County Hall.
Pub wins battle to double customers (2002-04-18)
An application to double the number of people at a Haverhill pub has been approved for six months, despite objections.
Pedestrianisation of Haverhill town centre is laughable and people trying to cross the road are liable to be knocked down a councillor has claimed.
Staffiing crisis hits station (2002-04-18)
Haverhill police station has had to be closed at times in recent weeks because no civilian clerk was available to man the front desk.
We'll keep on trying (2002-04-18)
We’ll keep on trying
Israel mission for paramedic (2002-04-25)
A paramedic from Haverhill has left for Israel to help with rescue efforts in Jenin.
Coun Derek Redhead says he had no choice but to step down as leader of St Edmundsbury Borough Council, after being told that someone younger was needed for the job.
Council failure claims denied (2002-04-25)
The leader of Suffolk County Council has hit back at suggestions by Haverhill MP Richard Spring that is has failed to stand up to central Government discrimination.
Lifesaving boost from local firm (2002-04-25)
Cash to pay for vital lifesaving equipment at Haverhill Ambulance Station is to be raised by local company Solutions in Recruitment (SiR).
Public’s views sought on conserving town (2002-04-25)
People are being asked for their views over plans to create two conservation areas in Haverhill
Pupils gear up for race glory (2002-04-25)
Pupils from Haverhill will be up against teams from Rolls-Royce, Lotus and McLaren in a contest to create a gravity racer.
Rail firm criticised for “disgusting treatment” (2002-04-25)
A disabled woman says she had been discriminated against by a rail operator, who, who would not let her bring her electric scooter on a recent visit to the Haverhill area.
Rovers go up a gear (2002-04-25)
Haverhill Rovers won 3-0 at King’s Lynn reserves on Saturday in Jewson League, Division One.
School celebrates award success (2002-04-25)
Staff and pupils at Clements Community Primary School in Haverhill are celebrating after winning a School Achievement Award.
Voluntary sector is “in need of resource centre” (2002-04-25)
The work of the voluntary sector in Haverhill is not fully recognised in a recent Social Impact Study on the town, a member of the Haverhill Partnership Group claims.