Police warn cyclists after spate of bike thefts (2013-06-03)
Haverhill police have issued a warning to cyclists to up the security of their bikes after a series of thefts across the area.
Body-builder aims for junior championship (2013-06-03)
Haverhill Leisure Centre duty manager Wes Purkiss hopes to take home the title of British Natural Bodybuilding Federation Southern Junior Champion later this month.
With the warmer weather and the exam season, police are warning about gangs of under-age youngsters hanging about outside shops trying to persuade adults to buy alcohol or cigarettes for them.
Haverhillís new UKIP member of Suffolk County Council Tony Brown is so disappointed with St Edmundsbury Borough Councilís Vision 2031 planning document for Haverhill that he has launched a campaign to...
Brothers jailed on consecutive days (2013-06-04)
A former Haverhill town councillor today had his second son sent to prison in two days.
Town council employees are raising charity cash (2013-06-04)
Haverhill Town Council employees have been working tirelessly to raise funds for charity in recent weeks.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-06-04)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 7.
The first fruits of the idea of bringing together all Haverhill's service and facility providers in one forum were seen today at the launch of two major projects.
Chance to comment on Vision 2031 begins next week (2013-06-10)
The final round of consultation for Vision 2031, the local plan which will provide a framework for the expected growth in St Edmundsbury over the next 20 years, begins on June 18.
New focus for battle over illegal parking (2013-06-11)
The walkway between Queen Street and Tesco is the next venue for the continuing battle between police and illegal parking in Haverhill town centre.
Youths steal air rifle stolen in house burglary (2013-06-11)
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary in at 1.15pm yesterday at an address in Sturmer Road in which an air rtifle was stolen.
Burglars target garages around town (2013-06-11)
There was a series of break-ins and thefts from garages around town last week.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-06-11)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 14.
Transport links debate boosted by rail meeting (2013-06-12)
Railway campaigners may not have got much immediate encouragement from last night's consultation meeting, but they have moved the debate about Haverhill's transport links forward.
Academy takes third in business competition (2013-06-13)
Students from Castle Manor Academy attended the gala final of the Talent Business Competition on Monday, and came away with third place.
One of Haverhill's new county councillors has accused localauthorities of treating Haverhill as the 'garden shed' of Suffolk, where they can put the stuff they don't want to see around the house.
Garage burglars net fishing and golfing gear (2013-06-17)
Garage burglers have been at work again, this time on the Parkway estate last week.
Valley regular returns to his old school (2013-06-18)
A former pupil of Castle Manor who is now a Charlton Athletic defender, returned to the school to have a look round recently.
Fun day will raise money for healthcare (2013-06-18)
The organisation which has taken over from the discredited NHS Suffolk is to have a stand at an event in Haverhill on Saturday.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-06-18)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 21.
TOURISM bosses in Suffolk have awarded Visit East Anglia (VEA) a two-year contract to promote Suffolk as an exciting holiday destination.
The Norfolk and Suffolk Local Transport Body is today asking stakeholders to comment on what major transport schemes they think should be considered for funding across Norfolk and Suffolk.
St Felix Catholic Church and Haverhill And District Flower Club are organising a Summer Fayre to be held on Saturday, June 29, in the grounds of St Felix Church in Princess Way.
Schools battle out games tournament (2013-06-19)
Haverhill Tennis Club held the Annual School Games Tournament for years three and four on Wednesday, May 22, but disappointingly only four schools turned up.
Community extravaganza lined up (2013-06-20)
The Castle Partnership Academy Trust is inviting town residents to come along to a Community Extravaganza on Haverhill Recreation Ground on Saturday, June 29.
A Real Time Passenger Information promised as part of the improvements to Haverhill bus station was scrapped by Suffolk County Council three years ago without even Haverhill councillors being told.
Illegal offroaders strike on Chalkstone estate (2013-06-24)
Offroading motor-cyclists are plaguing the Chalkstone estate this year, and police are asking the public to help stop them.
Illegal parkers now being nicked in Murton Slade (2013-06-24)
Police have begun issuing tiickets to motorists parking illegally in Murton Slade, as part of the latest priorities chosen by the public.
Council looks to take over old courthouse (2013-06-25)
Haverhill Town Council will tonight discuss a proposal to take over the former magistrates court building in Camps Road to create a base for youth activities.
Police appeal after flasher in East Town Park (2013-06-25)
Police are appealing for information after a man indecently exposed himself in East Town Park at 12.45pm yesterday.
The coming week's programme at Haverhill Cineworld (2013-06-25)
Listings of films showing or booking at Haverhill Cineworld for the week beginning Friday, June 28.
Attack victim claims it was Eastern Europeans (2013-06-26)
A man attacked by five men in Strasbourg Square in the early hours of Saturday morning believes they were Eastern Europeans.
New care home all set for go-ahead (2013-06-28)
St Edmundsbury Borough Council planners are being recommended next week to grant planning permission for a new 60-bed care home on the site of Chalkstone Middle School.
Historic vehicle rally to be hosted in town again (2013-06-28)
The Town Hall Car Park will again be parked up with a fascinating and somewhat unusual collection of vehicles on Sunday, July 14, between 10am and 5pm as Haverhill plays host to the annual Historic Tr...