New year, new arrivals
What better way to start a new year than with a new addition to the family?
While many people were welcoming in the New Year yesterday, others were welcoming a new son or daughter in to world.
Charlotte Wilkins has been to Tunbridge Wells Hospital to meet some new parents.
Prime Minister's New Year's Message
David Cameron has unveiled his long-term plans to secure Britain's future in his recently released New Year's message.
The Prime Minister and Witney MP says the country is 'turning a corner' and the government's plans for 2014 will 'benefit the whole country and secure a better future for everyone.'
Attack victim could lose eye
A man could lose an eye after being brutally attacked in Brighton by a gang in a suspected racial assault in the early hours of New Year's Day.
The 23-year-old and a friend were targeted as they walked down Lewes Road at around 3.25am.
A member of the public grabbed one of the attackers and flagged down a passing police car as the rest of the gang ran off.
Det Insp Miles Ockwell, of Sussex Police, said the victim is thought to have been subjected to a barrage of racist abuse leading up to the attack.
– Det Insp Miles Ockwell
This was a very serious assault and the victim remains in the Royal Sussex County Hospital where he may lose an eye as a result of the attack.
"We believe that racist language was directed towards the victim and his friend before they were attacked and we are keen to establish the exact circumstances."
A 19-year-old man from Burgess Hill was arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm and possession of Class A drugs and cannabis, and was released on police bail until March 6.