Here Are Our Newsroom's Top 5 Stories This Morning, Adelaide
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018
Police will revisit an Adelaide factory site, previously linked to the disappearance of the Beaumont children.
Jane, Arnna and Grant went missing from Glenelg Beach on January 26, 1966.
New information about the cold case, has led SAPOL back to a North Plympton site, first excavated in 2013.
A fresh dig will begin there in the coming weeks.
One man has been taken to hospital with minor head injuries after a getaway car crashed at Magill last night.
Two men are accused of trying to steal money from an ATM at the Foodland on Magill Rd at around 4 am.
Police were called to the area, but the pair fled in a car, which crashed into a wall a short time later.
A memorial service will be held in Melbourne today, around the first anniversary of the Bourke Street tragedy.
Hundreds are expected to attend, alongside victims, families and emergency service workers.
Six people, including a baby and young child were killed.
Investigators will look at whether driver error could be to blame for yesterday's train crash in Sydney which injured 16 people.
There are suggestions the driver didn't apply the brakes soon enough.
And the wedding planners have again been called to Buckingham Palace.
Princess Eugenie, the youngest daughter of Prince Andrew and Fergie, has announced her engagement to long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank.
- Maria Gaban