Pupils pick up prizes for poetry (2002-11-07)
YOUNG poets from Parkway Middle School in Haverhill have again been proving their winning ways.
Haverhill will have fire cover-pledge (2002-11-13)
HAVERHILL will have fire cover despite the strike, which was due to start last night.
Man in electric buggy abused woman and children. (2002-11-13)
AN ELDERLY man on an electric buggy is said to have sworn at and harassed a woman and her children in Haverhill.
Unprovoked attack on boy (2002-11-14)
A 13-YEAR-OLD boy was attacked by a group of six to 10 people at Jubilee Walk in Haverhill on Thursday evening.
Resident in battle over phone mast (2002-11-15)
A MAN who believes a mobile phone mast erected near his home has made him and his neighbours ill, has vowed to continue his fight to get it removed.
Peanut move is backed (2002-11-15)
PEANUT producer Percy Dalton is considering moving to Haverhill and town council planners have agreed to encourage the firm to do so.
Runner to challenge desert (2002-11-15)
AN AIRCRAFT engineer who only took up serious running seven years ago is preparing to run the "toughest foot race on Earth" in the Sahara Desert.
Hair Salon has host of Special Offers (2002-11-16)
A HIGHLY professional and welcoming salon greets customers to Hair Design in Queen Street, Haverhill.
Linked Factory Venture Now Open. (2002-11-19)
TWO Haverhill companies have jointly launched their brand new linked factories on the Home-field Business Park.
Fatal Words of Road Victim. (2002-11-19)
A MAN told a police control room operator "I might as well lie down here and get run over" just seconds before he was killed by an oncoming car, an inquest heard.
Haverhill Man Raped (2002-11-20)
A 30 year old man was attacked and raped in Haverhill in the early hours of this morning.
Hospital Chiefs are 'Heartless' (2002-11-20)
A HAVERHILL woman battling for three years to have a serious operation has accused hospital chiefs of being heartless and uncaring.
PLEA made to council. (2002-11-21)
A PLEA for the least well paid to be helped on to the local property ladder has been made to St Edmundsbury Borough Council by MP Richard Spring.
Hunt goes on for Male Rape Attackers (2002-11-21)
SPECIALLY trained officers are comforting a traumatised male rape victim at Haverhill, as the hunt continues for his attackers.
Step closer for Soccer Centre Project (2002-11-23)
A MAJOR scheme to create a new Football Centre of Excellence at Puddlebrook and sell off the existing Haverhill Rovers ground for housing has been moved forward by councillors.
New home opens for homeless (2002-11-25)
A SECOND home for homeless people has been opened in Haverhill by the St Matthew Society.
Attack appeal renewed (2002-11-25)
POLICE investigating a male rape at Haverhill are renewing their appeal for witnesses, following a disappointing initial response.
Haverhill youths to benefit from grants (2002-11-27)
GRANTS totalling more than £25,000 have been awarded to groups working for children and young people in the Haverhill area -- and more cash is still available.
Action at Accident Blackspot (2002-11-27)
TRAFFIC calming measures, prompted by a petition voicing fears about speeding traffic, will be provided on a busy Haverhill road.
Eight flats for elderly (2002-11-29)
EIGHT more flats for frail and elderly people are to be provided at Shearman Court in Haverhill.