Chance to see the new vision for Gurteens' site (2010-01-04)
There is a chance tomorrow (Tuesday) to view in detail the ideas being put forward for redeveloping one of the focal points of Haverhill town centre, the Gurteens site.
English team wins after greenkeepers' triumph (2010-01-04)
Fifty-two members played in the International competition held at Haverhill Golf Club on December 27.
Woman seriously hurt in crash (2010-01-04)
A woman suffered serious neck injuries when the car she was driving collided with a garage in Shetland Road, Haverhill, on New Year's Day.
Brave police officer disarmed gunman (2010-01-05)
A heroic Haverhill police officer disarmed a man with a rifle in Thurlow on the day before New Year's Eve.
Police chief thanks town for quite holiday period (2010-01-05)
Haverhill partygoers were so well behaved over the Christmas festivities that they have been thanked by the local police chief.
Council announces limit on gritting roads (2010-01-06)
With more snow forecast, Suffolk County Council has warned it will only be salting and gritting its top priority roads from now on.
Gurteen Redevelopment Public Display (2010-01-06)
Guidelines for the way the Gurteen factory site in the centre of Haverhill could be redeveloped went on public display yesterday.
Policewoman in bridge rescue to get bravery award (2010-01-06)
A Haverhill policewoman is to receive a bravery award for saving a young woman on Wratting Road bridge in September.
Snow brings more safety warnings (2010-01-07)
Warnings and advice are going out to people from emergency and support services across Suffolk about keeping safe in bad weather.
Refuse bin collections suspended (2010-01-07)
Bin collections in Haverhill were suspended today (Thursday) due to the snowy conditions.
Part of Haverhill's lost heritage on display (2010-01-07)
An exhibition highlighting the lost commercial buildings of Haverhill has just opened at Haverhill Arts Centre.
Police plea for considerate snowballing (2010-01-08)
Police across West Suffolk are asking people to be careful when throwing snowballs.
Hotline for a cold weekend (2010-01-08)
The weather is forecast to remain extremely cold over the coming days, so Suffolk County Council is extending its customer service helpline to operate over the weekend.
St Edmundsbury Council has suspended all brown bin collections from this week and next week. Brown bins will not be emptied again until the next scheduled collection.
Six shortlisted to take over from Richard Spring (2010-01-11)
A national centre right political think tank director is among the six candidates shortlisted to take over from Richard Spring as Conservative candidate for West Suffolk.
The voice of Haverhill's voluntary sector could be silenced soon due to a combination of bad luck, misunderstanding and lack of time for new provision.
Snow now on the retreat (2010-01-11)
Haverhill returned to normal today as the weather improved slightly, snow continued to thaw and all schools and services were open.
Auntie Mary had a Canary (2010-01-12)
Auntie Mary had a canary up the leg of her drawers,
Pressure mounts for faster broadband (2010-01-12)
An on-line poll has opened for Suffolk residents to call for faster broadband to stop the county falling behind economically.
Snowball cracked car windscreen (2010-01-12)
Anti-social behaviour connected with snowballing has kept Haverhill police busy during the recent freeze.
Charity ball will raise cash for air ambulance (2010-01-13)
Two women are organising a ball in April to raise funds for an air ambulance service as part of their work for less recognised charities.
Deadline for getting a school place is close (2010-01-13)
Parents are warned that the closing date for school place applications in Suffolk is near.
Haverhill Young Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a networking event to tell Haverhill businesses about young entrepreneurs in town.
Council warning on post-Christmas loan sharks (2010-01-14)
If you are still paying for Christmas, Suffolk County Council are issuing warnings and advice about avoiding loan sharks.
High street shop could become a restaurant (2010-01-14)
A planning application to turn a former shop and nursery in Haverhill High Street into a restaurant has been submitted to St Edmundsbury Council.
Christmas drink-drive figures down a bit (2010-01-15)
This Christmas saw a reduction in the number of people drink-driving in Suffolk, although an average of three people were caught every day.
French flavour for this year's panto (2010-01-15)
Haverhill's Centre Stage Company present their annual pantomime over the next couple of weeks at Haverhill Arts Centre.
Sunday parking to stay free (2010-01-15)
Car parking charges in Haverhill are likely to be put up by 10p in March, but there will be still no charge on Sundays.
Gritty problem for town council members (2010-01-18)
The recent snowy weather has seen Haverhill Town Council being requested to change their policy of not providing grit bins.
Police in Haverhill have appealed for information after a 12-year-old boy was followed by a man in his 20s.
Opportunity to boost local arts events (2010-01-18)
An arts group has joined forces with Suffolk County Council to launch a programme designed to boost home-grown arts across the county.
Free workshop for potential self-employed (2010-01-18)
Anyone considering going self-employed, and daunted by the prospect, can get some free advice at a workshop in Haverhill.
Cambs League football results and fixtures (2010-01-18)
After a series of blank weeks for Cambridgeshire League football due to the weather, a few games were played on Saturday, but only two teams from the Haverhill area were in action, Balsham and West Wr...
Haverhill's Castle Manor Business and Enterprise College has once again been ranked in the top 200 most improved schools in the country.
Haverhill golfers through in national event (2010-01-19)
With the recent spell of bad weather, only one competition was played at Haverhill Golf Club last week, on Sunday, January 17.
Assaults on man and boy linked (2010-01-19)
Police are linking two assaults in Haverhill on Saturday evening, in which a man and a boy ended up with face and head injuries.
The leader of Suffolk County Council has publicly thanked staff, volunteers and partner organisations for their extraordinary efforts during the recent bout of severe weather.
Car damage linked with jewellery theft (2010-01-19)
A car window smashed in Tasman Road, Haverhill, early on Monday morning is being linked with the theft of jewellery from a Lexus parked in Clare.
Chance to tell the council how to aid recovery (2010-01-20)
The council is seeking people's views about how to shape and promote the economy of St Edmundsbury during the hoped-for recovery from recession.
Warning after more thefts from cars (2010-01-20)
Police have issued a warning not to leave valuable items in cars after more thefts have emerged, linked with Monday's incidents in Clare and Haverhill reported on Haverhill-UK yesterday.
New moves to counteract anti-social behaviour (2010-01-20)
Two new areas of anti-social behaviour in Haverhill are being tackled by the town's police and other agencies over the next month.
Sign of continuing improvement (2010-01-20)
The latest improvement being lined up for Queen Street in Haverhill is an arch, gate and sign for Drake's Yard, the little alley beside Starburger.
Council sees feedback on future plans for town (2010-01-21)
Individuals and agencies concerned about future Haverhill development have raised a variety of issues in a recent consultation about the council's preferred options for St Edmundsbury.
Triathlete leads the way for local sport (2010-01-21)
Steeple Bumpstead triathlete Barbara Leverett will launch the 2010 St Edmundsbury Sports Awards, run by Abbeycroft Leisure, on Monday when she will be presented with the 2009 Sports Personality of the...
Spate of thefts from cars goes on (2010-01-21)
Haverhill police have re-iterated their recent warning about not leaving valuable items in cars, after some more thefts overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday, this time in Beaumont Court and Manor F...
The deadline for applying to attend and vote at the selection of Richard Spring's successor as Conservative candidate for West Suffolk is Monday.
MP gains award for road safety work (2010-01-22)
Haverhill's MP has been given an award by a motoring safety organisation for his work in campaigning to make the A11 safer.
Panto swings into action to aid earthquake victims (2010-01-23)
Local actors are joining forces with Haverhill Arts Centre to raise money for Haitian earthquake victims at the town's pantomime, which opened last night.
A Haverhill retailer has been ordered to pay £2,600 following the sale of a bottle of WKD Blue to someone who was underage.
First half strikes set Rovers on their way (2010-01-25)
RIDGEONS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Haverhill Rovers 2 Stanway Rovers 0, match report.
Rugby club on cloud nine after nine straight wins (2010-01-25)
EASTERN COUNTIES LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO: Hadleigh 12 Haverhill 18, match report.
HAVO tries to battle on despite loss of grant (2010-01-25)
The battle to save the Haverhill Association of Voluntary Organisations (HAVO) is continuing, despite a probable council decision to axe its grant.
Haverhill-based organisations are to receive grants totalling over £350,000 from St Edmundsbury Borough Council for the next financial year.
Cambs football back in action (2010-01-25)
Most teams in the Cambridgeshire football leagues got back into action on Saturday for the first time since before Christmas, due to the wintry conditions.
More cash needed to complete football complex (2010-01-25)
Haverhill's community football project is still short of around £45,000, despite being near completion.
County to hold down council tax rise (2010-01-26)
The largest element of council tax is likely to go up by the smallest amount this year.
New warning about thefts from vehicles (2010-01-26)
A spate of thefts from vehicles in and around the Haverhill area has led police to reinforce their warnings to motorists.
Busy few nights for burglars (2010-01-26)
Burglars have been out and about in Haverhill over the last few week, with houses, industrial premises and a sports club being targeted.
To help rural enterprises cope with some of the challenges of the current tough economic climate, St Edmundsbury is sponsoring a free evening seminar on February 18.
Golf course playing in fine form (2010-01-26)
The menís medal was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Sunday and there were some amazing results considering the time of year, which is testament to the condition of the golf course.
Councillors get a grip on slippery roads (2010-01-27)
Councillors have agreed to start providing grit bins in a bid to stop cars and pedestrians sliding around again in future big freezes.
Stars come out in Haverhill (2010-01-27)
The first weekend in March sees two iconic national figures visiting Haverhill - a former England goalkeeper and a top modern jazz star.
Rovers under 15s return with a win (2010-01-27)
UMBRO SUFFOLK FA BOYS U15 MINOR CUP: Haverhill Rovers 9 Boxford Rovers 0, match report.
Town council gives boost to football project (2010-01-28)
Haverhill's new community football project has been given a boost by Haverhill Town Council, in the form of more than £14,000 in grants.
Keep a sharp lookout for metal thieves (2010-01-28)
Police are asking for vigilance as metal thefts across Suffolk have rocketed again.
Girl followed to and from school (2010-01-28)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old girl was followed to and from school in Haverhill by a man.
Crackdown on fly-tipping announced (2010-01-28)
The council is clamping down on fly-tipping, following the successful prosecution of a Haverhill man.
Top comedy trio on the bill (2010-01-29)
Monkey Nuts Comedy Club returns to Haverhill Arts Centre on Sunday, at 8pm, with three great acts.
Break-in at the Ex-Servicemen's Club (2010-01-29)
Haverhill Ex-Servicemen's Club was broken into in the early hours of Wednesday morning, and a television and cigars stolen.
Support for rural shops and pubs is working well (2010-01-29)
An evaluation of the Suffolk Rural Economy Scheme (RES) has revealed that businesses assisted through the scheme have increased turnover, developed new supply chains, increased positive feedback and w...
Mini-market idea for Queen Street (2010-01-29)
Half a dozen market stalls could be provided in Queen Street so that townspeople can sell or market items they have made or grown at home.