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Most men might settle for a nice shed or garage as their male retreat. But one man from Ipswich went the whole hog and built a five star luxury bolthole in his back yard.

Listed companies in East Anglia issued a total of ten profit warnings in 2018 – the highest number recorded since 2015.

A jewellery group with a combined turnover of more than £24m has called in the administrators.

There were tears today as Next closed down its only clearance outlet in East Anglia - and it’s not the only retailer shutting up shop at the outlet village.

A major logistics company is seeing demand for warehousing space soar in the countdown to Brexit.

A garden centre which has been tainted by controversy for the last two years over its Christmas Wonderland attraction is now closing down.

Broadcaster Liz Kershaw branded Philips Avent leaving East Anglia as “great news” for Brexit on breakfast television – but added the job losses were “terrible”.

A factory that employs around 500 people in Suffolk is to close down and Brexit has been blamed.

Paddy Bishopp is a highly accomplished entrepreneur who has co-founded a string of businesses in Suffolk, including the multinational coffee chain Paddy & Scott’s. But at school? He “couldn’t be put in a classroom”.

The Dream Lodge Group, which operates holiday homes across the East of England has collapsed, making 80 people redundant.

The news that Philips Avent is shutting down its factory in Suffolk has been greeted by tears, surprise, and fears for the future.

The Port of Ipswich could play a vital role in cutting long queues of lorries trying to get into Dover after Brexit.

The supermarket giant Iceland is squaring up to the German giants Aldi and Lidl, with plans to open two giant new ‘The Food Warehouse’ supermarkets in Suffolk.

Lloyds Banking Group expects to support firms in the East of England with up to £1.7billion of lending during 2019, as part of its national pledge to lend £18bn to UK businesses.

A real estate tycoon has warned Brexit will cause huge damage to Suffolk’s economy.

A new advert by Gillette aiming to challenge ideas about how men in today’s world should act has stirred up a fierce debate on social media, and racked up more than 10 million views on Youtube in the process.

Imagine owning more than 200 pairs of shoes, and not feeling able to part with any of them, or having so many mountains of clothes that you have to house them in a lock-up storage unit miles away from your home.

Creative paper innovators Arjowiggins went into administration today, putting 48 regional jobs at risk.

A piece of optometric equipment that has transformed the lives of patients by making it easier for them to read has been short-listed as product of the year in annual awards run by the Association of Optometrists.

We react to the news about Marks and Spencer’s proposals to close its store in Felixstowe, and what it means for shoppers in the Suffolk port town.

Colchester Borough Council has successfully prosecuted Stonegate Pub Company Ltd, the fourth largest managed pub company in the UK, for health and safety breaches.

M&S has today announced that it is consulting with 35 members of staff on the proposed closure of its Felixstowe town centre store.

Businesses can harness the latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creativity, thanks to a new partnership between seven universities and colleges across the East of England.

A fruit and nut bar company that makes more than 100 million bars a year has been ordering in extra chocolate from Belgium, in preparation for the fallout from a no deal Brexit.

Stansted Airport is to offer to fund its employees’ applications to acquire settled status after Brexit.

Liquidators have been appointed to dissolve a company describing itself as “London’s one-stop shop for anything that a private jet needs”, one of whose directors is a Nigerian billionaire oil tycoon.

Twenty-five years ago, boat restorers Sean McMillan and his friend Mick Newman set out to build the most beautiful wooden boat that they possibly could. The resulting company, Spirit Yachts, has been doing that ever since.

For Callum McGinn, the old adage that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure has proved to be very true.

The two big German supermarkets, Aldi and Lidl, are jostling for position on the Eastern front as they seek domination of the budget retail sector. We reveal where the German rivals are opening new stores.

Since the EU referendum, there has been a surge in the number of British people applying for passports from EU countries. And behind the figures, there are stories of people who are torn between the country of their birthplace, and their feelings of being European.

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