Major bank backs Chamber Awards scheme (2004-10-05)
Barclays Bank has demonstrated its involvement and confidence in the local area by choosing to sponsor a category in the Haverhill Chamber Business Awards.
Distraction burglary warning (2004-10-08)
Haverhill residents are being reminded to stop, chain and check, following an attempted distraction burglary in the town.
Child photo alert false alarm, say police (2004-10-13)
POLICE investigating a suspicious incident near a school on Friday, October 1 say they have been given an innocent explanation for the events.
Family keep vigil on hit-and-run victim (2004-10-14)
A family is keeping a vigil at the bedside of a teenager who is battling for his life following a hit-and-run collision.
Womenís Vision in a Manís World (2004-10-15)
You would have thought itís quite enough to start a business without taking on, in addition, the responsibility of launching a new Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
Sean's A Favourite Among Customers (2004-10-21)
After taking the title of Suffolk's Favourite Plumber, Sean Whiting is waiting to see if he can carry off the award for Britain's Favourite Plumber.
Residents Hit Out At Extended Pub Hours (2004-10-21)
Patrons at a local pub will be allowed to go on dancing until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights for a trial period, despite objections from local residents and councillors.
Teenager is now 'Stable' (2004-10-21)
A teenager left fighting for his life after a hit and run accident was taken off the critical condition list on Tuesday.
Child Sex Charges (2004-10-21)
Police have charged a 25 year old man from Haverhill with a number of offences under the new Sexual Offences Act 2003, including sexual grooming.
Bail Is Extended For Dane (2004-10-21)
A councillor arrested in July on suspicion of making an indecent image of a child under 16 has had his police bail extended until January next year.
Carly's Logo Is A Winner (2004-10-21)
At Last - Haverhill in Bloom now has a logo.
Firewalkers Blaze A Trail For Charity (2004-10-21)
Walking on hot coals proved to be a very profitable occupation for a group of pub staff and customers, who raised £1,763 for Magpas First Responders from their efforts.
Our town centre vision (2004-10-22)
Residents and workers across Haverhill are being invited to help shape the future of the town centre by letting councillors know what they think of the new Haverhill masterplan.
Roundabouts world first (2004-10-25)
The first roundabout in the world to contain a laser will be unveiled on Wednesday 10th November 2004 at 6:30pm.
Leading Manufacturer Supports Business Awards (2004-10-25)
The first of Haverhillís leading manufacturers, International Flavours and Fragrances, have confirmed their support for the Haverhill Chamber of Commerce and Industry`s Business Awards by sponsoring a...
Teddy in bid to raise funds (2004-10-26)
TINY Lauren Holden met a teddy twice her size, when he arrived at a flower shop to pose a question to customers and help raise cash for next month's Children in Need competition.
Woman thought cash was clean (2004-10-27)
A WOMAN accused of laundering tens of thousands of pounds of her partner's drug-dealing money has claimed she thought the money was clean.
Appeal after boy's bit of birthday bike bother (2004-10-27)
SCHOOLBOY Callum Farrant will remember the bike he received for his ninth birthday - after going over the handlebars and ending up in hospital.
Top Radio Station Sponsors Business Awards (2004-10-30)
Vibe FM Demonstrates Commitment to Haverhillís Business Stars of the Future.
High Street cordoned off (2004-10-30)
Part of Haverhill High Street was cordoned off this morning until lunchtime. It follows an incident outside the White Hart pub in the early hours of Saturday morning.