Council gives skatepark second hope (2004-06-11)
Haverhill Skatepark has been given a second chance, after being asked to approve the closure of the park. The full cabinet made the decision at their meeting on June 2nd.
Conseratives win by-election (2004-06-11)
Gordon Cox for the Conservative party has been elected to represent the Haverhill East ward on St Edmundsbury Borough Council, following yesterdays local by-election.
Haverhill man awarded OBE (2004-06-12)
Michael Robinson from Haverhill has been awarded the OBE in the Queens Birthday Honours, it was revealed today.
Corporate Killing – How Would YOU Plead? (2004-06-13)
After consultation on the issue of corporate killing in 2000, employers still ask, “Will these controversial proposals make the Queen’s Speech this autumn and what are the likely consequences to my bu...
Flower power revolution needed - MP (2004-06-14)
A FLOWER power revolution by the people of Haverhill has been proposed by MP Richard Spring, at a meeting to discuss the formation of a committee to spearhead the town's entry into the Anglia in Bloom...
Suffolk Police best in country (2004-06-16)
A report published this week has rated Suffolk Police as one of the country's top performing police forces.
Potential Olympic champion? (2004-06-21)
A potential future Olympic Champion from Haverhill is looking for sponsorship to support her through the year ahead.
Couple Escape 'fire In Letter Box' Attack (2004-06-24)
An elderly couple had a lucky escape after a box of burning matches was pushed through their letter box.
Festival Off To Exciting Start (2004-06-24)
A giant robot wowed the crowds in Haverhill on Saturday at the annual town street festival.
Save lives, make a plan (2004-06-25)
Suffolk Fire Service, is once again urging people to make an escape plan in case of fires in the home.
Recycling roadshow stops off in town (2004-06-29)
Recycling will be the word being spread this weekend, as the St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s recycling roadshow heads into town.
No escape for road tax dodgers (2004-06-29)
"No exceptions, no excuses and no escape" is the hard hitting message being sent out today with the launch of a joint initiative at a catching road tax dodgers.
Drunken yobs targetted in new campaign (2004-06-30)
Drunken yobs are to come under the spotlight with the launch of a new campaign by Suffolk Police, this week, as part of the drive to reduce violent crime in the county.