This Morning's Top 5 Stories For Adelaide
Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under gets underway in Port Adelaide today - the first time the area's been involved since 1999.
The 145 km stage will start at 11, and see riders cross the finish line in Lyndoch around 2:40 this afternoon.
Police are hunting a group of men, after a break-in at Torrens Park overnight.
Just before 3:30 this morning, a resident woke to find 3 men inside their house on Thorpe St.
The men ran after being confronted - a search of the area by police failed to locate the suspects.
There's been a sulphuric acid spill at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Dry-cell batteries rupturing at about 7 last night, leaked 80 litres of the corrosive, in a power generation room.
One person was decontaminated on site, after being exposed to the acid.
New details on just how much we have to spend to put our kids through school.
Researchers have revealed an alarming rise in costs over the past decade.
Parents will have to fork out between $51 000 and $71 000 for a public school education for a child born this year.
And The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan has died suddenly in London.
The lead singer was found in her hotel room in Westminster. The 46-year-old was in the city for a recording session.
- Maria Gaban