Townspeople crowded to the Burton Centre on Saturday morning for the official opening of its new function as the home of the first outreach centre of St Nicholas Hospice.
Police issue warning after more bikes are stolen (2014-06-02)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses and reminding residents to secure their property after a quad bike was stolen in Haverhill.
Triathlete takes over ten minutes off his best time (2014-06-03)
Haverhill triathlete Jack Tappin took over ten minutes off his best triathlon time when he competed in the Outlaw Half on Sunday.
Residents woken by burglars trying to break in (2014-06-03)
Police are appealing for information after an attempted burglary in Haverhill.
Double strike on vans by thieves of power tools (2014-06-03)
Police are appealing for witnesses after tools were stolen from two vans in Haverhill.
Take time out to help combat litter problem (2014-06-03)
Haverhill Community Ambassadors are holding a litter pick event around the School Lane area of the town, starting at Haverhill Rugby Club, on Saturday from 9.45am to 12 noon.
Commercial agents descend on research park for tour (2014-06-03)
Haverhill Research Park recently held an open day for Cambridge commercial agents to see the opportunities for potential occupiers bringing the Cambridge Science Park environment to Haverhill complete...
Suffolk County Council’s priorities for the next three years include raising education attainment, improving the county’s road network and supporting the most vulnerable people in our communities, the...
Town's MP during expansion years dies at 89 (2014-06-04)
The death has been announced of Haverhill's former MP Sir Eldon Griffiths.
Thieves lift tools haul from outbuilding (2014-06-05)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information following a theft from an outbuilding in Willow Close, Haverhill.
Three bikes stolen from ulocked shed (2014-06-06)
Police are releasing two images of bikes that were stolen during a burglary at a property in Haverhill in May.
Planners yesterday gave the go-ahead to the outline proposal for the latest huge housing development in the town - over 100 acres providing over 1,100 new homes.
Music equipment stolen in burglary (2014-06-09)
Music equipment has been stolen from a house in Haverhill and police are appealing for information.
Public join with ambassadors for litter-pick (2014-06-10)
Members of the public joined Haverhill’s community smbassadors for a litter-pick around the School Lane area of the town on Saturday.
Woman woke to find intruder in hallway (2014-06-10)
An occupant of a house in Haverhill was disturbed by an intruder as she slept on the sofa during the early hours of yesterday.
Haver-flavour quiz returns on Sunday (2014-06-10)
The quiz with a Haver-flavour is back! This coming Sunday sees the return of the Haverhill Festival Quiz Night at Haverhill Arts Centre.
Classes to prevent falls look set to grow (2014-06-11)
The success of Haverhill Leisure Centre’s falls prevention class Strength And Balance has led to discussions on expanding the class in the town.
Police seek help after more burglaries (2014-06-11)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for information following two burglaries in the town.
Research park's Epicentre gets the go-ahead (2014-06-12)
A high-quality lakeside building has been given the go-ahead at Haverhill Research Park as a place where new high-tech businesses can develop, bringing up to 300 jobs to the town.
Organisers promise bigger and better Summer Bash (2014-06-12)
Haverhill Summer Bash 2014 is going to be bigger and better and raise even more for local good causes, organisers say.
With perfect timing, the man behind Haverhill Research Park will be giving a talk to local business people just days after the park's exciting plans for an innovation centre have gained approval.
Haverhill will host a triathlon for the first time this autumn.
A business grants scheme which has helped create new jobs in Forest Heath, may soon be introduced in St Edmundsbury.
Town hotel wins second successive Tripadvisor award (2014-06-16)
Staff at Days Inn Haverhill have won another accolade to add to their collection of awards and certificates as the hotel has been awarded the 2014 TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence.
Police priorities in Haverhill will focus over the next three months on drug offences, burglaries and some anti-social behaviour being experienced in Ashlea Close.
ONE Haverhill says it has has achieved its aim of bringing together organisations working to help and support older people in the town, with the merger of Haverhill's Old People’s Forum and Age UK Suf...
Councils may go back to building houses (2014-06-17)
A crisis in affordable housing could see two West Suffolk councils make the commercial decision to start buying and building homes.
Summer fayre promises food from around the world (2014-06-17)
St Felix Catholic Church in Haverhill is holding a summer fayre on Saturday from 12 noon to 4pm.
Town triathlete tackles his first Ironman (2014-06-17)
Haverhill triathlete Jack Tappin competed in his biggest test yet when he took part in Ironman 70.3 UK - the world's hardest Ironman 70.3 triathlon.
A policeman who served two years in Haverhill as the town's police chief, is now the senior officer for the whole of west Suffolk.
Headway looks for staff for its new service (2014-06-18)
Headway Suffolk has just started a new satellite service in Haverhill for people with an acquired brain injury or neurological condition.
Borough may do a U-turn over over Haverhill's cash (2014-06-19)
Pressure from Government, local MPs and the practice of other councils has forced St Edmundsbury to review a scheme which was to take £129,000 away from Haverhill over four years.
It is likely to be June next year before any masterplan for Haverhill town centre becomes a reality, councillors heard yesterday.
E-fit issued of man who pushed girl against a car (2014-06-22)
Police are issuing an E-Fit likeness of a man they would like to speak to after a 15-year-old girl was pushed against a car in Haverhill.
Haverhill has seen a spate of shoplifting recently and police are asking the public for help in identifying the thieves.
Man, 51, attacked by group of youths (2014-06-23)
Police in Haverhill are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted in the town at the weekend.
Thursday was a busy day for Nic Rumsey, director of Carisbrooke Investments and the driving force behind the Haverhill Research Park.
Group of youths pushed locked parked car down road (2014-06-24)
Police are appealing for information after a parked car was pushed down a road in Haverhill.
International flavour for sunny summer fayre (2014-06-24)
The St Felix Church Summer Fayre on Saturday had an international flavour, enjoyed by many on a warm and sunny day in the church grounds in Princess Way.
Action urged over shortage of town doctors (2014-06-25)
Concern about GP provision in Haverhill could lead to public demonstrations and community action, after the issue was raised at a public forum of Haverhill Town Council last night.
Haverhill town councillors last night agreed to do nothing about two controversial issues raised at the annual town meeting by a borough councillor.
New Shop Watch scheme launched to beat thieves (2014-06-26)
Businesses and stores in Haverhill are working together by going online to prevent retail crime as part of a new Shop Watch scheme.
Man arrested after trying to shoot out street lights (2014-06-26)
Police in Haverhill arrested a man last night after street lights were damaged, believed to have been caused by being shot at by an air weapon.
Students aim to be the best at being bad (2014-06-27)
Following on from hugely successful shows such as Oliver! and Our House: The Madness Musical, Castle Manor Academy students are now taking on the popular kids show Bugsy Malone.
Another ‘Schools Speed Watch’ on Wratting Road was conducted yesterday between 11am and 12pm, by police working with year six pupils from Westfields Primary School.
Local winner in national Buy Local campaign (2014-06-30)
Lucky Lisa Payne from Kedington was delighted to win £100 to spend with a local independent business during a recent Buy Local campaign in Haverhill.