Suffolk County Council's cabinet will next week agree its aspirations for the county's rail network over the next 20 years, the Suffolk Rail Prospectus, to tell Government what is needed now and in th...
County council picks its highways provider (2012-12-03)
Leading councillors will be recommended to authorise the award of a contract to maintain Suffolk’s highways to Balfour Beatty Living Places next week.
Workmanlike performance sees Haverhill through (2012-12-03)
SUFFOLK PLATE: Haverhill 27 Brightlingsea 3. Match report.
Town gears up for its biggest night of the year (2012-12-04)
It's the big night of the year for Haverhill onj FRiday, with late night shopping and fireworks.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-12-04)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 7.
Wychem announces French buyout (2012-12-06)
One of the Haverhill area's long-standing independent businesses has become part of a larger continental company.
Man attacked on Railway Walk by gang of four (2012-12-06)
Police in Haverhill are issuing an appeal for information following an attempted robbery and assault in the town.
Haverhill para joins training for post-Afghanistan (2012-12-06)
A Haverhill soldier is part of a new exercise aimed at preparing the Army to move on from its Afghanistan focus of the last decade.
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a spate of car tyre damage in the town.
Town's big night of the year goes with a bang (2012-12-10)
Thousands of people flocked into Haverhill town centre on Friday night for Family Christmas Night, the late shopping event followed by the annual grand fireworks display.
Government minister encourages fire service merger (2012-12-10)
FIRE Minister Brandon Lewis MP met with Suffolk and Cambridgeshire fire officials yesterday to discuss plans to further collaborate, up to a merger.
Public demand McGregor face them over High Street (2012-12-11)
The public forum of Haverhill Safer Neighbourhood Team wants to deliver its fury at the ending of hopes for High Street pedestrianisation direct to the man responsible.
Havebury Housing has announced plans for a £2million redevelopment of a site including its bungalows in Withersfield Road as housing for over 55s to replace William Blake Court sheltered housing unit....
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-12-11)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 14.
Clamped car racks up the parking enforcement threat (2012-12-12)
A clamped car in Haverhill town centre today showed the way parking enforcement in the town could go soon if motorists continue to flout regulations.
MP welcomes scrapping of fuel duty rise (2012-12-12)
Haverhill's MP has welcomed the scrapping of a fuel duty rise today, saying it would be important in Haverhill where prices are so high.
Police appeal after burglars go into action (2012-12-17)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a series of crimes overnight last night in the Duddery Road and Hamlet Road areas.
Vote of confidence in safety of town's car parks (2012-12-17)
All the public car parks in Haverhill run by St Edmundsbury Borough Council have just received prestigious ParkMark awards.
Cash available for potential sports stars (2012-12-17)
If you know someone who could be the next Jessica Ennis or Mo Farah, Havebury wants to hear from you.
Rugby club go through the motions in silence (2012-12-17)
GREENE KING EASTERN LEAGUE DIVISION TWO: Haverhill 1st XV 0 Broadlands (Great Yarmouth) 29. Match report.
A management buy-out has saved the 330 jobs at the meat factory at Little Wratting.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-12-18)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 21.
Ninety-six golfers in fine weather Christmas cracker (2012-12-18)
Haverhill Golf Club’s head professional, Paul Wilby, organised the ‘2012 Christmas Cracker’ which was played on Saturday, December 15. For once the weather was on side and conditions were good for the...
Public consultation on new school bid (2012-12-19)
The Castle Partnership held a public consultation yesterday evening in preparation for their bid to create a free school in Haverhill for pupils with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Shoplifters in action in run-up to Christmas (2012-12-20)
Christmas time is bringing out the shoplifters in Haverhill, councillors were told by police at their meeting on Tuesday.
Arcade suggestion for High Street (2012-12-20)
A town councillor has suggested roofing the High Street pavements like an arcade could help prevent illegal parking.
Recruitment agency overwhelmed with charity gifts (2012-12-21)
Members of staff at 1st Stop Recruitment in Haverhill have been overwhelmed by the generosity of their customers after putting out an appeal for donations for Haverhill Foodbank.
All set for the big Christmas carol event (2012-12-21)
Sunday night sees Haverhill’s main carol event of the season, Carols For All at the Old Independent Church.
All systems go for faster broadband across Suffolk (2012-12-24)
AMBITIOUS plans intended to give every household and business premise in Suffolk access to broadband speeds of at least two megabits per second (Mbps) by the end of 2015, and over 80 per cent access t...
Haverhill's town mayor, Cllr Pat Hanlon, joined parents, carers, committee members and staff for the ‘Winter Wonderland’ Christmas Concert by the children of Happy Faces Pre-School.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2012-12-24)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, December 28.
Golfer Andy wins IFF Challenge (2012-12-24)
The IFF Challenge was played at Haverhill Golf Club on Wednesday, December 19. The overall winner with 37pts was Andy Fish.
New bridge enhances golf course's final fairway (2012-12-24)
The final fairway at Haverhill Golf Club now has a smart new bridge, officially opened last week.
Detailed plans for 150 new homes on part of the Haverhill Research Park site at Hanchet End are likely to get the go-ahed next week.
Plans to allow Sainsbury's to have one lorry delivery a day between 5am and 7am look likely to be approved next week, despite having been thrown out five years ago by a planning inspector.