Go ahead for Arts Centre (2004-03-05)
THE transfer of Haverhill Arts Centre trusteeship to Haverhill Town Council has been agreed despite the fact that some town councillors are opposed to it.
More than 80 per cent of people who have responded to an on-going survey are proud to be part of Haverhill's business community, think expansion of Stansted Airport will help them and would like to se...
Town Centre Success Is Given Top Priority (2004-03-12)
Development of Haverhill town centre has come under the scrutiny of councillors and representatives of the local business community.
Community Pc Wins Top Award (2004-03-12)
A police officer has been awarded Suffolk Police's top accolade, the Sheepshanks Award.
Halls Forges A New Challenge (2004-03-12)
Haverhill hot-wheel, Gavin Halls is gearing up for his first season in the 750 Motortclub after making the step up from kart racing for the 2004 season.
Students Stage Fashion Show (2004-03-12)
Samantha Cole from Haverhill was stage manager for a charity fashion show sponsored by Top Shop/Top Man and held at West Suffolk college.
Plea By Medic To Move Market (2004-03-18)
The co-ordinator of Haverhill's First Responder team has called for the town's Saturday market to be moved before someone dies.
Nut Factory To Bring New Jobs (2004-03-18)
Peanut firm Percy Dalton hopes to be operating from a brand new factory in Haverhill by next year, after receiving planning permission for a site at the Haverhill Business Park.
CAB Backs Call For Free Advice (2004-03-18)
Haverhill Citizens Advice Bureau is joining national calls for free independent financial advice for people on low incomes facing an endowment mortgage shortfall.
Council urges nappy waste reduction (2004-03-24)
Around 8 million nappies are thrown away every single day in the UK, ending up in landfill sites where they take around 500 years to decompose. Now Suffolk County Council is urging mums and dads to us...
Trust Backs Call To Move Market (2004-03-25)
The ambulance service has backed calls for Haverhill's market to be moved, unless access for emergency vehicles can be guaranteed.
Jailed Man Losed Appeal Over Attack (2004-03-25)
A man behind bars for attacking a motorist whose windscreen had been smashed with a bottle has failed to get his conviction quashed.
Poultry firm pleads guilty to inflict suffering (2004-03-26)
A Suffolk poultry processing company has been left to find almost £15,000 after pleading guilty to inflicting unnecessary suffering to thousands of chickens during last years summer heat.
Cambridge Park and Ride cost set to rise (2004-03-29)
The cost to “park and ride” in Cambridge will be going up be 30p a trip as of Monday.
Mayor plants final tree at Haverhill Business Park (2004-03-29)
This week, Haverhill’s mayor, Jacqueline Rudd, officially marked the completion of the first phase of landscaping at Carisbrooke’s Haverhill Business Park, by planting the final tree on the developmen...
A Lowestoft man was ordered to pay fines totalling £4,000 and costs of £652.42 after pleading guilty to five offences.
School awaits council support (2004-03-31)
A Haverhill school is waiting to find out whether St Edmundsbury council will support new sporting facilities, with £50,000 cash.