What are the five emojis you use most often and what do they say about you? With World Emoji Day on Wednesday, it's time to separate the smiley faces from the sassy girl, the smirking face from the Japanese goblin.

Tennis player Bernard Tomic is a tonic for anyone who is a bad loser, moody or just plain apathetic - he's just been fined his entire match fee for not making an effort at Wimbledon, I think I could do that too.

Eight hours of the 1980s: Stranger Things season three is a rollercoaster ride that brings back some of the momentum lost in season two. Here's a review that isn't full of spoilers for those of you that haven't blocked out the time required to binge-watch the latest outing in Hawkins, Indiana.

First look at new Poldark series five trailer: Ross and Demelza face a new set of trials and tribulations, but Aiden Turner's hair looks spectacular throughout them all.

Scuplture Engaged: art trail in Hoveton Hall's gardens showcases the wonderful work of local artists in a natural setting.

Norwich used to smell like chocolate but now it smells of cannabis smoke like really often, man. When did we become daring enough to smoke weed in public?

New TV makeover show that blends Queer Eye with RuPaul's Drag Race comes to Ipswich to give three people including Waterfront café a dramatic new drag persona to help them face the future and sashay through tough times.

Many miles from the Normandy beaches where D-Day heralded the beginning of the end of World War Two, this Norfolk Control Tower played a vital role in Hitler's downfall and now, its owners have created an online memorial to remember those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.

It's sad that an act of generosity holds up a mirror to the huge gap between private and state schools but Sir James Dyson's gift to Gresham's school does make me think how an education centre to encourage children into engineering could have benefited the many, rather than the few.

An Eye D-Day veteran's Normandy story has been included in the publicity for a new £2 coin to mark the 75th anniversary of the beach landings.

The BBC were all over pensioners on D-Day (I know, I was there as they filmed them), telling us how much we all owe the greatest generation. Within days they'd announced plans that will see that generation losing out on their free TV licence.

'The bravest woman I know': Family share pictures of former Norfolk and Norwich Hospital Sister Mollie Evershed who saved 75 servicemen as ship sunk during Normandy and will be remembered 75 years later on new memorial.

The last voices of the longest day: our veterans tell us their incredible D-Day stories, from seasickness to blind fear, heroism to horror.

From its lofty vantage point the new memorial gazes over peaceful beaches and calm seas that were transformed 75 years ago today into bloody battlefields.

Reporter Stacia Briggs and photographer Denise Bradley report from the Normandy D-Day commemorations.

At the Cathedral in the first town to be liberated by the Allied forces in 1944, Norfolk and Suffolk Normandy veterans and their brothers in arms who died, have been honoured.

Once a feared sight, these imposing field guns once repelled Nazis and helped the Allies fight for freedom following the D-Day invasion in June 1944. Now, 75 years to the day since Norfolk and Suffolk soldiers fought in a French town, a symbolic gift is being handed over.

On the 75th anniversary of D-day approaches, Norfolk heroes are among the handful of surviving Normandy veterans making their way to France to commemorate the landings, in which 156,000 allied troops launched an audacious attack in pursuit of freedom.

As every year passes, the Allied World War Two generation slips into history. Our veterans put their lives on hold to answer their country's call when it needed them most and today, on the 75th anniversary of D-Day, we remember them.

Thursday marks the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings, the turning point of the Second World War. These Norfolk D-Day veterans will be in France to mark it.

I'm a passenger in one of my children's cars for the first time: and I'm appalled at how badly other drivers treat people with P plates. What is WRONG with them? Didn't they get enough attention when they were little?

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