Adelaide's Top 5 News Stories This Morning
Monday, January 22nd, 2018
The state government has dismissed claims from the Federal Energy Minister that SA cannot afford to cut the cord from Victoria because it relies on the national grid.
Labor has described the comments as jealousy, over the international attention SA has attracted
An investigation is underway into a house fire this morning at Seaton.
Crews were called to the home in Raymond Avenue at around 4.30, to find flames through the roof.
More than 200-thousand dollars damage has been caused - SAPOL is investigating.
It's hoped electric cars will be built at the former Holden factory at Elizabeth.
The idea has been floated by British billionaire Sanjeev Gupta, with the state treasurer also getting behind the plan.
Tom Koutsantonis says they're hoping the site can be developed into a manufacturing base for electric vehicles.
Tram services are back to normal today, after two weeks of disruption for the north terrace intersection construction.
Home and Away actress Jessica Falkholt will be laid to rest today nearly two weeks after a funeral service for her parents and sister, who were also killed in a fiery Boxing Day crash.
Jessica died last Wednesday, six days after her life support was turned off.
And there's been 7-thousand lightning strikes across Adelaide overnight. You can check out some amazing pics here: www.facebook.com/mix1023/posts/1780707851973931