Taylor Wimpey reports its annual results on Tuesday.

The Week Ahead:Improved profits expected from ITV and Taylor Wimpey

The benefits of the UK’s economic recovery will be highlighted this week when housebuilder Taylor Wimpey and broadcaster ITV post annual results.

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Concertus directors Andrew Rowe, Carl Lockwood and Matthew Self.

Ipswich building consultancy Concertus is ready to collaborate

Property and design consultancy Concertus is approaching its second birthday since it being divested from Suffolk County Council control. Ross Bentley met the senior management team to talk about the journey the business has been on over the past two years.

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Should women aspire to look like Victoria Beckham or Sophie Dahl? Or should physical curviness - or any physical look - be the last thing we should worry about? Pictures: Dennis Van Tine and Sean Dempsey/PA

Curves. Why women have them and why men like them. (And why it’s simpler to be male)

Curves! Women have them – uniquely in the animal world for females – and often worry about the way they look. Men just seem to appreciate them. Quite a lot. So what the heck is going on? STEVEN RUSSELL gets a quick lesson in the science of curvology

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Members of the Suffolk Unlocked project team in Southwold, from left, Amanda Bond (Visit Suffolk), Erika Clegg and Susi Castle (Spring), Bernadette Mooney, Emily Roe, Laura Locke and Kirsty Downes (UCS), Nikki Holland-Gladwish (Spring).

Suffolk tourism conference aims to unlock growth opportunities

Growth in the tourism industry accounts for 30% of all new jobs created in the UK over the past four years, including 147,000 in the East of England, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics.

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Richard Wood of Employment and Advice Solutions

Business Law: Richard Wood on how an obesity crisis for employers has been averted

I have disappointing news for builders and carpenters across Europe! Employers will not be required en masse to widen their doors, or to reinforce all of their furniture, as a consequence of a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice.

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