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Sivaguru Narendran gained the confidence of his teenage victims and then sexually assaulted them.
Rocks weighing several tons fell onto a building on White Rock, in Hastings, destroying a bedroom.
Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Brighton & Hove Albion and Chelsea.
"Audacious" Tony Colston-Hayter used the device to con people out of more than £500,000, police said.
Women's Championship team Lewes FC name Fran Alonso - former assistant to Ronald Koeman at Everton - as their manager.
New research suggests that people have not taken up faster services, even though they are available.
The note from a five-year-old girl was discovered inside a book donated to a charity shop.
Businessman Zahid Naseem is accused of bludgeoning Christina Abbotts 13 times with a pestle.
12-year-old Alfie Coleiro was bullied anonymously because of his ginger hair, so he wrote a poem in response.
After so-called "head shops" closed, addicts turned to dealers and the dark web, the BBC finds.
Sex worker Christina Abbotts was struck 13 times on the back of the head with a pestle, a court hears.
The prime minister vows to fight for her job, warning that changing leader would delay Brexit and possibly put it at risk.
Brighton & Hove Buses has urged those considering such behaviour not to "wreck Christmas".
Aidan Knight's mother was left frustrated as she sought help to support the ex-soldier who took his life.
The body of Christina Abbotts was found at a flat after she failed to turn up for her birthday party.
"Evil monster" Russell Bishop is jailed for a minimum of 36 years for killing two girls in 1986.
Uber had been stripped of its licence over concerns about data security and non-local drivers.
Sussex batsman Laurie Evans signs a contract extension to stay with the county beyond the end of next season.
Speaker John Bercow asks Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle to leave the House after he breaches protocol.
A test page on a county council planning website talks of "building something nasty that nobody likes".