A teenager from Hove has achieved one of the best set of GCSE results in the country.
Polly Milsom who is 16 and attends Brighton College, gained 13 A* grades, with an additional top grade A in advanced maths.
Polly said she was keen to continue training for her favourite sports of cricket, hockey and running at the same time as studying.
She added she was proud of her results and hoped to either enter the army or become a stockbroker after university.
She said: "I hope to go to university, probably Oxbridge and I have spent six weeks in the summer with the cadets in Canada so I am thinking of doing something with the army or working with banking, I really like maths so possibly a stockbroker, I am going to see how my A-Levels go and what I like doing."
She said that she planned to study maths, further maths, economics and chemistry at A-Level.
"Polly's scores were exceptionally high in each A*. For instance, in English she was 297 out of 300, in design and technology she got 299 out of 300, in biology she got 391 out of 400, and in French she got 293 out of 300. Then she got advanced maths A which is the highest you can get. This qualification is harder than a GCSE."
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A driver from Sussex who crashed his car and then lied that it had been stolen was caught when his DNA was found on the airbag.
27-year-old Ciaran Fitzgerald, of Ruskin Road, Hove, crashed into two cars on Norton Road, before he fled the scene. Later that day he called the police to report that his car had been stolen.
When his DNA was found to be on the airbag, he admitted he had lied and accepted a police caution for perverting the course of justice.
He was also charged with driving without due care and attention, failing to stop after an accident and failing to report an accident.
He pleaded guilty to all the charges when he appeared at Brighton Magistrates' Court on 12 March and was given eight points on his licence, fined £183 and ordered to pay a £20 victim surcharge and £85 costs.
"Fitzgerald thought he could get away with crashing his car by claiming his vehicle had been stolen but good work by our CSIs meant we could prove he was behind the wheel when the impact happened. "Leaving the scene of an accident is a serious offence in itself. If you are involved in a crash, stay put and call us so that we can investigate."
An opera singer has become the first person in the country to be given two artificial knees - thanks to revolutionary 3D printing technology. Paula Anglin from Hove, in Sussex, was forced to stop performing on stage when her arthritis became severe. But she now has new knees, modelled on her own. Detailed x-rays were sent to the United States where 3D printers created an exact copy.
A murder investigation has been launched after a woman died in her home in Hove.
Paramedics were called to Tredcroft Road, to treat a 67-year-old woman who died at the scene at about 11pm last night. A a 75-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
A man from Hove has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for rape. Patrick Foley, who's 83 years old, was convicted of seven counts of rape against a girl, when she was aged between 11 and 18. The jury at Lewes Crown Court unanimously found him guilty of all seven counts between 1968 and 1975.
The victim has had to live with this for the last forty years and this is a fantastic result for her. She has shown enormous courage in coming forward and talking to us about what she endured and now she has the justice she deserves. I would urge anyone who has suffered any form of historic abuse to also have the courage to come forward.
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Three people have been found guilty of assault after a fight near Billingshurst in 2012.
On May 27 2012, the two victims a 26-year-old man and a 52-year-old man, were attacked in their driveway at their home on Loxwood Road in Alford Bars. At 10pm three members of the Stevens family arrived at the address and the victims suffered a sustained attack by being repeatedly punched and assaulted with a baseball bat, an axe handle and a wheelbarrow.
Gary Stevens Senior, 46, and Kim Stevens, 47, both of Plaistow Road, Dunsfold were found guilty of GBH with intent and ABH, Gary Stevens Junior, their son, 19, also of the same address was found guilty of GBH and ABH. The jury found them guilty after a two and a half week trial at Hove Crown Court.
There was an incident between two members of the families involved, who are all known to each other, in Cranleigh earlier that evening. This resulted in what happened on the driveway of the property in Alfold Bars in which the two victims sustained their injuries.
The victims received multiple fractures to their faces and injuries to their arms as they tried to defend themselves. Both victims were hospitalised, the victim of the GBH for four days and he sustained lasting damage to his eye-socket as a result.
Five people were arrested in July 2012 and they stood trial in June 2013. When the trial collapsed, a retrial took place this month at Hove Crown Court.
The family, parents and son, were found guilty. Sam Smith and Tony Smith were both acquitted on both counts of ABH and GBH.
The Stevens are due to be sentenced on November 13.
Police are searching for the driver of a silver car which failed to stop after a collision involving a cyclist, leaving him injured by the road. It happened at the junction of the A259 Kingsway and Carlisle Road in Hove. The cyclist, a 33 year old man from Brighton, suffered minor injuries. The car involved, believed to be a Vauxhall, did not stop at the scene and drove on. Police would like to hear from its driver or anyone who saw what happened. They should firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 101, quoting serial 1052 of 16/10.