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A variety of wristwatches look set to be the ones to watch in a Suffolk auction house’s next sale, with hopes that one rare World War Two example by celebrated Italian designers Panerai could make up to £30,000.

The multi-million pound conversion of the club that once housed the Hollywood and Kartouche clubs in Ipswich is nearly finished.

A charity tennis tournament between local businesses, held at Ipswich Sports Club, raised more than £1,000 for Riding for the Disabled.

David Vincent visits the new Hopkine Homes development at Saxon Meadow, Capel St Mary.

There are fortunes to be made (and lost) in property development. Could you do it?

Property expert John Howard, the man behind the re-birth of the Winerack, will tell you how.

Suffolk charity Survivors in Transition has a newly-refurbished Ipswich headquarters, thanks in part to a donation from the Hopkins Homes Community Fund.

The Guildhall project in Bury St Edmunds is among four Suffolk projects shortlisted for awards, as RICS announces its 2019 awards shortlist for the East of England.

Old Felixstowe is set to be transformed with the creation of nearly 200 homes – and developers have released the first images of what the properties will look like.

Ipswich has a long history of engineering invention and innovation. Now one local company is launching a new product for the construction industry, and it is already receiving international interest.

Sam Boone, a junior building services engineer at property and construction consultancy Ingleton Wood, met Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth following his involvement in a programme to create and inspire the next generation of Built Environment professionals.

A Haverhill company, established in 2014 to offer cloud based accounting services, has found itself ahead of the game with government legislation coming into force from April 1, 2019.

Fred. Olsen River Cruises has received the Trusted Service Award 2019 from independent review site Feefo, following river cruise ship Brabant’s inaugural season in Europe.

Old Felixstowe is set to be transformed with the creation of nearly 200 homes planned for the 11-acre Laureate Fields site off Ferry Road and here you can see what house hunters can expect.

A Suffolk family-owned restaurant group is to increase its accommodation, to meet a growing demand for overnight stays.

Construction has begun on a £880,000 resource centre in Halesworth, to support patients and their families.

Five hundred would-be entrepreneurs in Suffolk and Norfolk have completed MENTA’s `Start Right’ business training.

The Essex office market has seen record rents achieved along the A12 corridor in Brentwood, Chelmsford and Colchester as occupier demand remains strong in the face of decreasing supply.

Independent insurance brokers Ryan’s, of Ipswich, has been awarded the Feefo Gold Service award for the fourth year in a row.

East Anglian housing provider Flagship Group is putting the spotlight on staff wellbeing and mental health on February 7, which is Time to Talk Day.

Local businesses are being encouraged to sign up to a breakfast event to bring them up-to-speed about the potential benefits to the business community from the building of a new nuclear power station at Sizewell C.

New apartment homes are nearing completion in the former Dolce Vita nightclub in the heart of Ipswich.

Colchester-based ROL Cruise, the independent cruise retailer, has celebrated the arrival of 2019 with an array of honours in industry awards.

Essex’s aspiring businesswomen are being encouraged to head to Colchester Business Centre with their best business ideas to take one of 100 places in the re-launch of an award-winning business support programme.

Plans have been submitted for a new warehouse of almost 20,000 sq ft in Newmarket.

Former Essex University student Dan Azeez is making rapid progress as a professional boxer.

Feeling the winter blues? Weather getting you down? An adrenalin rush before work could be just the thing to perk you up, according to Essex University researchers.

Regional decorating and building supplies merchants Kent Blaxill held its annual conference in Cambridge, attended by all 16 branch managers, company sales team and head office managers, totalling 54 people.

On `National Sickie Day’, research by a Suffolk-based insurance broker reveals that one third of workers admitted to ‘pulling a sickie’ last year.

Suffolk-based Omnis Software went live last week with its latest product, Omnis Studio V.10 and the company’s new bespoke website.

From re-using pots to getting creative, there’s lots green-fingered types can do to help cut plastic waste. By Hannah Stephenson.

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