Town praised for progress on community budgeting (2012-11-01)
ONE Haverhill has received praise from fellow pilot towns after it presented an update to the Government’s Neighbourhood Community Budget (NCB) Peer Challenge Panel.
New children's football tournament launched (2012-11-01)
Haverhill Leisure Centre will launch a regular children’s football tournament this Sunday sponsored by estate agents Cheffins.
Haverhill starting to show up on Government radar (2012-11-05)
A Government minister was in Haverhill on Friday, and cabinet minister will be here tomorrow.
Railway renewal project talks to town businesses (2012-11-05)
Business people in Haverhill will hear first hand about the latest stage in the campaign to bring back the railway to Haverhill, at a meeting next week.
Haverhill let it slip in the final moments (2012-11-05)
EASTERN COUNTIES RUGBY LEAGUE, DIVISION TWO: Haverhill 10 Norwich Union 12. Match report.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles braved cold, wet and windy conditions when he visited Haverhill today to launch the town's research park.
Halloween and bonfire night see smashed windows (2012-11-06)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information after the window of a house on the Meadowlands estate was smashed by pumpkins at Halloween.
Haverhill police have led a multi-agency initiative throughout the town over the last couple of weeks to check up on elderly or vulnerable people.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-11-06)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, November 9.
Juniors edge out lady golfers in close contest (2012-11-06)
On Tuesday, October 30, Haverhill Golf Club ladies and juniors played their annual match over ten holes as four ball better ball format.
County gritters are gearing up for the worst again (2012-11-07)
If it's another harsh winter, there's a pledge that traffic will be kept moving better than ever before from Suffolk County Council.
Christmas is already here at Days Inn (2012-11-07)
Anyone who has visited the Days Inn hotel in Haverhill since the beginning of October may have noticed their Christmas tree fully decorated and gracing a corner of the lounge.
Haverhill is preparing to mark Remembrance Sunday with the traditional parade and wreath-laying ceremony on Sunday afternoon.
Befriending Scheme starts free course in Haverhill (2012-11-08)
The Befriending Scheme, which provides friendship and learning opportunities for adults, will be offering a new free Works4U course from the Haverhill Community Centre in Strasbourg Square starting la...
St John's first aid training being held in town (2012-11-08)
The nation’s leading first aid charity is offering first aid training in Haverhill to make it easier for members of the public and employers in the area to learn vital life-saving skills.
SUFFOLK residents are invited to have their say on proposals for further collaboration up to a full merger between Suffolk and Cambridgeshire fire and rescue services at three drop-in events this mont...
Crowds attend town's Remembrance ceremony (2012-11-12)
The sun shone on Haverhill's Remembrance observances yesterday afternoon as a large crowd once again turned out to watch and follow the parade.
Police assaulted as trouble spills out from Bar Vu (2012-11-12)
Two police officers were assaulted during a fracas outside Bar Vu, the town's cocktail bar, at around 1am on Sunday morning.
Efforts to persuade owners of Victorian and Edwardian properties in Haverhill to preserve or restore their original frontages have failed and now the council is proposing to give up on them.
Radio 4's Any Questions? returns to Haverhill (2012-11-13)
After Princess Anne and the Rt Hon Eric Pickles, the latest high-profile visitor to Haverhill is to be BBC Radio 4’s enduring favourite Any Questions?
MP helps out in British Legion poppy sales (2012-11-13)
Haverhill's MP Matthew Hancock was in town on Friday helping Royal British Legion volunteers selling poppies at Sainsburys.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-11-13)
Listings of films showing or booking ast Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, November 16.
St Nicholas Hospice to take over Burton Centre (2012-11-14)
St Nicholas Hospice has won the race to take over the Burton Centre in Haverhill, which Suffolk County Council is offloading, including its libraries and the youth services it used to provide in Haver...
Flag festival to be carried on next year (2012-11-15)
Haverhill is to be festooned with flags again next summer, as the town council has agreed to press ahead with an £11,500 Flag Festival.
The county councillor in charge of transport has ruled no more consideration now be given to pedestrianising Haverhill High Street.
Gurteens have announced they will be looking to redevelop their High Street factory site as an office hub – including their own offices.
A district councillor from Mid-Suffolk has become the new man in charge of Suffolk's police force.
Major local employers commit to MP's jobs fair (2012-11-19)
This Friday's Haverhill Jobs Fair now has over 20 confirmed exhibitors including major local employers like Sainsbury’s and Delstar Engineering.
Makeover in the pipeline for the churchyard (2012-11-20)
Plans are afoot to brighten up St Mary’s Churchyard, the area of grass and trees between the church path and Gurteens factory.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-11-20)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, November 23.
Business people supportive of rail renewal campaign (2012-11-21)
Town business people have heard details of the campaign to bring the railway back to Haverhill and many have given it support.
New police commissioner takes over today (2012-11-22)
The new police and crime commissioner for Suffolk officially declared his acceptance of office yesterday.
Sport Relief Mile raised over £3,000 (2012-11-22)
A fantastic £3,318 has been raised from the first ever Haverhill Sport Relief Mile in March in which more than 200 people took part.
Pre-school holds Christmas Shopping Evening (2012-11-22)
Little Raindrops, which provides care and pre-school facilities to children in Haverhill, is having a Christmas Shopping Evening on Monday November 26, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Digital hero teaches tenants basic computer skills (2012-11-22)
A customer advisor from Haverhill's biggest housing provider Havebury Housing, who runs free computer courses for tenants, has become the East of England’s Digital Hero, winning £5,000 in the process....
The Castle Partnership is bidding to create an Alternative Provision All-Through Free School for pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBD) in Haverhill.
MP delighted at turnout for his jobs fair (2012-11-23)
The Jobs Fair held today at the New Croft football facility in Haverhill, and organised by MP Matthew Hancock, proved a roaring success.
Any Questions? intro annoys town residents (2012-11-26)
BBC Radio Four's perennial favourite, Any Questions? with Jonathan Dimbleby, pulled a good cro0wd at Samuel Ward Academy in Haverhill on Friday night.
Six groups benefit from £18,000 grant funding (2012-11-26)
Six projects in Haverhill are the latest groups to be awarded a community grant from ONE Haverhill.
Metal bollard flattened in mystery crash (2012-11-26)
Haverhill police have asked anyone who knows anything about the incident in which Queen Street bollards were smashed on Saturday night to contact them.
A new project has come forward to bring the derelict Puddlebrook site into use as a BMX track and activity area for young people.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-11-27)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, November 30.
More High Street ideas blocked by county and borough (2012-11-28)
Haverhill town councillors heard last night of more roadblocks by borough and county councils in the search for solutions to Haverhill's High Street traffic issues.
The bidding process to take over the Burton Centre was 'flawed' and 'very reminiscent of the Virgin Rail bid inquiry', according to a town councillor.
Recruitment agency expands its team (2012-11-29)
Haverhill’s longest-serving recruitment agency 1st Stop, has expanded its operation in the town and welcomed two new members of staff.
The primary health service in Haverhill would collapse altogether if the town were to lose just a couple of doctors from the current practices, Haverhill town councillors were told on Tuesday night.