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A British Sugar manager has spoken of how he almost took his own life but got help just in time - opening up to promote awareness of a new campaign.

Bosses of some of the region's biggest attractions said they were feeling optimistic for the year ahead - despite facing rising costs and pressure to invest more.

A film director who's worked with stars like Samuel L Jackson has chosen to use the region's sugar beet to make a new kind of vodka.

With heart-throb actor Channing Tatum and Brit singer Jessie J no longer item, it could mean the home they rented in the region is up for grabs - Were any of these the couple's former love nest?

More people visited Banham Zoo in Norfolk and Africa Alive! in Suffolk in 2019 than ever before in their 50-year history.

A Norfolk firm supplying products like sausages and bacon has seen its pre-tax profits rise more than 11% to £47.4m - after exporting more pork to China.

Lord Somerleyton is creating a members-only club as part of his plans to turn Fritton Lake into Norfolk's own version of the exclusive Soho Farmhouse.

The boss of East Anglian holiday firm Hoseasons was viciously bullied at school for being gay. Caroline Culot spoke to Simon Altham about the torment he's overcome to achieve success.

Bosses have applauded the bold stance taken by Hoseasons chief executive Simon Altham after he said homophobic and racist customers were not welcome on his firm's holidays.

The boss of a famous East Anglian holiday firm has boldly declared he will not accept bookings from homophobic or racist customers stating: "Book with another agent."

It's not about the price-tag. Magic Mike movie star Channing Tatum and famous singer Jessie J's move to the region will give tourism a boost, say bosses.

Tourism chiefs in the region are reporting visitor numbers are up compared to last summer - fuelled by the weak pound meaning holidaymakers are choosing staycations.

A Norfolk zoo boss enlisted the help of a tiger to launch a new fund - but had to resort to a rather unusual ploy when the big cat decided not to play ball.

Parents in East Anglia are the best in the country at getting their children outside and active in the school holidays, according to one of the region's top holiday firms.

A couple renovated an old stable formerly used by brewery Adnams - which still had tack on a cobbled floor - into a romantic holiday home for two.

He's at the helm of a business which last year built 1,000 new homes, boasts a turnover of £190m and is one of the region's biggest employers. Caroline Culot spoke to boss of Hopkins Homes, James Hopkins.

Is your home the Mayfair or Park Lane of East Anglian Monopoly? Or more to the Old Kent Road end of town? Now a business has created its own version of the famous board game to help property buyers and sellers.

People working for betting giant William Hill face a wait to see if they will lose their jobs as the firm announced it is axing 700 shops nationwide.

Entering later life no longer means slowing down thanks to a company in Oulton Broad blazing a trail pimping Granny and Grandpa's ride.

He is the CEO of one of the region's most important charities, Big C, and his decisions are literally changing people's lives. Caroline Culot spoke to Dr Chris Bushby.

Dogs have been man's best friend for millennia.

Two of East Anglia's biggest tourism businesses are celebrating 75 years afloat. Caroline Culot spoke to bosses Greg Munford, of Richardson's, and Simon Altham, of Hoseasons.

Home entertainment retailer Richer Sounds was 'top of the shops' with WH Smith ranked last in the annual Which? shoppers' report.

It's a brand which has come a long way since being famous for its frothy pints downed by men in tweed jackets and bowler hats. Caroline Culot spoke to the man who's helped spearhead the evolution of Adnams over the past 25 years

A medieval manor house dating to the early mid 15th century in 785 acres including prime farmland and agricultural buildings, goes on the market today.

Firms need to stick together against online bullies, according to an employee at an East Anglian firm with 11 staff trained to deal with the growing problem.

Tourism businesses need to become all-weather attractions and not blame the rain, snow or sun for lost profits, said the boss of two of the region's zoos.

Tourism businesses in East Anglia have revealed how they suffered in 2018 from too much rain, sun and snow during key times.

The retail giant is to close another 85 stores and 25 Simply Food outlets after a 10% drop in profits - but aren't revealing yet where the axe will fall.

Businesses in the tourism, leisure and hospitality sector in East Anglia - worth £10bn to the local economy - are to get their voices heard on the major issues affecting their livelihoods.

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