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November 2004

Stabbing victim is improving (2004-11-02)

Haverhill News

The victim of a stabbing is improving, as a man appears in court.


Family's Joy As Teen Awakes From Coma (2004-11-04)

Haverhill News

A teenager who has been battling for his life for almost four weeks has spoken his first words and eaten his first meal this week, after spending 17 days in a coma.


Pink's Perfect To Help Charity (2004-11-04)

Haverhill News

A blaze of pink was to be seen at a Haverhill hair salon as staff got in the mood for the annual "Think Pink Day" appeal in aid of breast cancer charities.


Roundabout unveiled (2004-11-11)

Haverhill News

The first roundabout in the world to contain a laser was opened on Wednesday 10th November 2004 by leading British actress Charlotte Rampling.


Haverhill Company Backs Chamber Business Awards (2004-11-14)

Haverhill News

A second Haverhill company has announced this week that they have decided to sponsor an award in the Haverhill Chamber Business Awards 2005. Risk & Safety Solutions have chosen to sponsor the Environm...


Nature reserve in receives helping hand (2004-11-18)

Haverhill News

A nature reserve situated around a dismantled railway line that runs through Haverhill is set to receive a helping hand, thanks to an enthusiastic group of volunteers.


PC Bureau launches new website (2004-11-21)

Haverhill News

Haverhill PC Bureau or HPCB as its been known as lately, has now equipped itself with a web site shop and as an internet connection supplier or VISP, you can find our full details of business on vario...


Business encouraged to shape towns future (2004-11-24)

Haverhill News

Businesses from across Haverhill are being invited to help shape the future of the town, and collect ideas that could make their business even more successful.


War memorial may be restored (2004-11-24)

Haverhill News

Haverhill’s War Memorial, commemorating those who from the town who died in service is to be restored if cabinet members at St Edmundsbury give the go-ahead.


Town could benefit from increased CCTV (2004-11-24)

Haverhill News

New digital Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras could be hitting the streets of Haverhill if St Edmundsbury cabinet give the green light.


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