The man convicted of murdering a Brighton backpacker in Australia - has withdrawn an appeal against his conviction.
Bradley Murdoch is serving a life sentence for killing Peter Falconio in the outback in 2001.
Peter was traveling with his girlfriend - who's from the Sussex city - when he disappeared. His body has never been found. Murdoch wanted his conviction quashed due to what his lawyers called a 'miscarriage of justice'.
He was murdered in the Australian outback as he travelled with his girlfriend but his body has never been found. Now Australia's Channel 7 claims to have new information about where Brighton student Peter Falconio is buried. Tom Savvides has the latest.
A £25,000 reward has been offered to anyone who can prove Peter Falconio, the Brighton backpacker, believed to have been murdered in the Australian outback, is still alive. Writer Keith Noble says the man jailed for Mr Falconio's murder is innocent. Police have denied he's still alive.