Police launch month-long crackdown on drink-driving (2011-06-01)
Drivers in Suffolk are being reminded by police to enjoy the long days of summer, but not to drink and drive as the annual month-long enforcement campaign begins on today.
Public urged to help protect churches from crime (2011-06-01)
People living in Suffolk’s communities are being urged to keep an eye on churches, as police work with parishes to keep them safe.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-06-01)
Listings of fil;ms showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 3.
A drastic increase in the level of thefts from motor vehicles in Haverhill has led to police issuing a warning to motorists.
A huge fire at a waste rcycling plant in Haverhill is stil requiring fire service in attendance some 28 hours after it started and threw a pall of cloud across the town's bypass.
Lorry driver escapes from blazing cab (2011-06-06)
A lorry driver had a lucky escape after a blazing car smashed into his cab where he was asleep in the early hours of Friday morning.
Boy cyclist grabbed by 60-year-old man (2011-06-06)
Police are appealing for information after a 12-year-old boy was grabbed by a man of around 60 as he cycled near the sports ground in Ehringshausen Way, Haverhill between 11am and 11.30am on Friday.
Public meeting tonight to direct police activities (2011-06-06)
Any members of the public who have any issues they would like to raise with local police can attend the latest public meeting of Haverhill's Safer Neighbourhood Team this evening.
Residents who attended a public meeting in Haverhill about policing issues came up with a catalogue of problems they would like dealt with.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2011-06-07)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 10.
Trio pedalling their way through Britain for hospice (2011-06-08)
Fitness instructor Glenn Bevan and two members of Haverhill Leisure Centre gym is cycling from Lands End to John O'Groats this week to raise funds for St Nicholas Hospice.
Havebury plans community day for Clements estate (2011-06-08)
Havebury Housing Partnership tenants from Haverhill will be the focus of a community day held on the Clements estate next week.
Top level meeting aims to improve county's broadband (2011-06-09)
Senior community leaders in Suffolok will be getting together tomorrow to put together cash for to improve the county's broadband.
Business meeting focuses on county's economic growth (2011-06-09)
Economic growth in Suffolk will be the focus of the next busioness meeting staged by marketing website the bestofhaverhill.
Matt lifts title and goes to UK number one (2011-06-09)
Haverhill Leisure Centre personal trainer Matt Fitch has won the International Sports Kickboxing Association British Thai Boxing 70kg weight title.
Council to probe its own proposals on libraries (2011-06-09)
A committee of councillors is to scrutinise Suffolk County Council’s review of Suffolk’s libraries service – and will make recommendations which will feed into decisions to be taken by the council’s c...
Junior golfers get off to a good start to half-term (2011-06-09)
Haverhill junior golfers started off the half term holiday with the Spring Cup at Haverhill Golf Club.
In the first six days of the police crackdown on illegal parking in Haverhill town centre, over 220 motorists have been issued with warning notices.
Police warn about illegal use of school grounds (2011-06-13)
Police have issued a warning about illegal use of school grounds following incidents of fires being started.
Changes at town fire station set to go ahead (2011-06-13)
Efforts to stop changes to Haverhill Fire Station's crewing arrangements look doomed this week as Suffolk County Council unveiled recommendations for changes to the fire service.
Mixed results for mixed tennis team (2011-06-13)
The Haverhill mixed tennis team have played four matches in the Halstead League this season with the following results: beat Lavenham B 5-4; lost to Thaxted 2-7; beat Hedingham 8-1; beat Sudbury A 5-4...
Haverhill Angling Club news (2011-06-13)
The last two club matches could not have been more different. The first was held on Match Lake Two at the Suffolk Water Park which saw warm but blustery conditions produce good weights of carp from ar...
Women's group goes in for Zumba-style fitness (2011-06-14)
A group set up to help women with young children on the Clements estate has been enjoying free exercise and dance classes with a Royal Academy of Dance graduate, thanks to support from Abbeycroft Leis...
A man who appeared to be drunk made off with a mobile phone from two women who were sitting outside Tesco in Haverhill, in thwe early hours of Saturday.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-06-14)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 17.
Tennis club charity day raises £400 (2011-06-15)
Haverhill Tennis Club held a charity day in aid of the Bone Cancer Research Trust on Saturday, in memory of local girl Jessica Gower who died last December aged 14.
Pop-in seminar on security for all businesses (2011-06-15)
Businesses across Suffolk are being invited to a special seminar in Bury St Edmunds about security, organised by the Safer Neighbourhood Teams, which are led by police and made up of various agencies ...
Quinney sets new Haverhill course record of 66 (2011-06-15)
The men’s midweek medal was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, June 8, and the event produced a new course record for Dave Quinney, with an impressive gross score of 66.
Haverhill businesswoman becomes a UK ambassador (2011-06-15)
Haverhill-based Jan Cavelle Furniture are incredibly proud to announce that their own MD, Jan Cavelle, has been selected as one of the 50 dynamic enterprising women from all parts of the UK to make up...
Two major opportunities for economic growth in Haverhill could be provided by a world-class biosciences hub in west Suffolk and a world-class cluster of equine businesses around Newmarket, town busine...
Plans for High Street improvements considered (2011-06-16)
The first meeting of Haverhill Area Working Party since the election of the new St Edmundsbury Borough Council took place last week and heard about street lighting, high street enhancement and public ...
New bus company takes delivery of new buses (2011-06-16)
Two weeks after stepping in to save jobs and services following the collapse of Haverhill based Burton’s Coaches (Yellow Star Travel), Stephensons Buses has taken delivery of two brand new buses, an ...
New proposals for future of county's libraries (2011-06-16)
Councillors responsible for scrutinising the work of the Suffolk County Council have made a series of recommendations on how the council’s libraries policy should be developed.
Police arrested a 20-year-old man from Haverhill yesterday as they investigated an allegation of rape from a 19-year-old woman.
Message getting through about high street parking (2011-06-20)
Police efforts to combat illegal parking in Haverhill town centre look as if they are beginning to pay off.
Havebury Housing Partnership is continuing to run a series of fun chair-based exercise classes to help improve residents’ fitness and prevent the devastating consequences of falls.
Suffolk County Council saved £18.3 million from its 2010/11 budget - including £2.8 million over and above planned efficiencies, new figures have revealed.
Red Cross pays tribute to PC's cycling classes (2011-06-21)
A Haverhill policeman was presented with a citation by the town's branch of the Red Cross for his work teaching children how to cycle safely.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-06-21)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 24.
Andrew lifts the President's Putter (2011-06-21)
The President’s Putter, one of Haverhill Golf Club's major events, was played on Sunday, June 19.
Wins for Haverhill Tennis Club men (2011-06-21)
Two recent matches played at home by Haverhill Tennis Club in the Halstead League Division One, resulted in wins for Haverhill mens A team.
Work could start soon on developing Hamlet Croft (2011-06-22)
Work is likely to start on developing Hamlet Croft, the forner Haverhill Rovers football ground, early next year.
Warning issued about doorstep energy top-up deals (2011-06-23)
Residents across Suffolk are being warned to be wary of criminals selling electricity top-ups on doorsteps while police work with energy companies in a bid to tackle the crime.
ASB order on Strasbourg Square property discharged (2011-06-23)
Magistrates at Bury St Edmunds have today discharged the Anti-Social Behaviour Closure order on 4 Strasbourg Square, Haverhill, on application by Suffolk police.
New card scheme will help protect vulnerable people (2011-06-23)
Suffolk’s Hate Crime team has launched a new safety initiative to help protect vulnerable people when they’re out and about in Suffolk.
People off-roading on stolen motor-bikes have become a problem again around the Puddlebrook area and the police helicopter was out chasing one on Saturday afternoon.
Nearly 60 more warnings have been issued to motorists parking illegally in Haverhill town centre during the third week of action by the town's police.
Haverhill Angling Club news (2011-06-27)
The latest Haverhill Angling club outing took place last Sunday on home waters at the Flood Park.
Mixed fortunes for tennis club men's A team (2011-06-27)
In the Halstead Tennis League, Division One Haverhill Tennis Club Men's A team beat The Essex B team 7-2.
Suffolk’s bid to build a broadband network fit for the 21st century has taken a step closer, with the Government expected to make a funding decision for the county next month.
The coming week's Haverhill Cineworld programme (2011-06-28)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, July 1.
Golf charity classic raises more than £5,000 (2011-06-28)
Haverhill Golf and Rotary Clubs’ Charity Classic was held on Saturday, June 25 at Haverhill Golf Club.
Haverhill town councillors have agreed to give £3,000 towards a new scheme to protect vulnerable people on Friday nights in the town.
Strike unlikely to affect Haverhill schools (2011-06-29)
Schools in Haverhill will all be open tomorrow despite the proposed strike by public service workers including teachers.
Weekend of charity fun in aid of wounded heroes (2011-06-29)
Two charity days will be held at Haverhill Tersco this weekend in aid of wounded members of the armed forces.
Debate over solution to 'death trap' road (2011-06-30)
A vital part of Haverhill's road system, described as a 'death trap', is due to be made one-way, but town councillors think the scheme is unsatisfactory.
Academy activity dubbed 'elitist' by town mayor (2011-06-30)
A summer school for nine-year-olds in Haverhill was dubbed 'elitist' by town councillors who refused to help fund it this week because it is part of an Academy.
Police seek teenager who accosted a little girl (2011-06-30)
Police are asking for help to trace a teenage boy who led away an eight-year-old girl to a wooden area on Monday afternoon.