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Crash kills a 'Beautiful Mind'

Russell Crowe 'stunned' to hear of death of John Nash, the inspiration behind his Oscar-winning film.

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John Nash killed in car crash

The Nobel Prize winning mathematician who inspired the movie "A Beautiful Mind" has been killed in a car crash in New Jersey.

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Immigration Department head, Michael Pezzullo, and Customs and border protection CEO Roman Quaedvlieg announce initial documentation outlining the merger of the two departments. 

Immigation department head, Michael Pezzullo. 

30 October 2014
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The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has become a revolving door of jobs, with 15 senior executives having left so far this year.

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Dividend drop tipped for big names

Cardno and its shareholders will have to wait until Friday morning to see whether the buyer's quest for a 10.1 per cent stake was successful.
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Lacklustre earnings growth and rising debt are putting pressure on dividend payments from some of Australia's biggest companies.

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Is chia the next quinoa?

The Chia Co boss John Foss believes Australia has a unique opportunity to offer premium and safe health foods worldwide.
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Local growers are positioning themselves to be at the head of the next superfoods trend.

The death of business travel

Skyscanner now has 1 million unique visitors a month, versus more than 4 million for Webjet.
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It used to be the norm for SMB owners to spend time overseas sourcing products. Is that still the case with the rise of online buying?

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Eurovision winner carries trophy home

Mans Zelmerlow is all smiles as he arrives at Arlanda airport in Sweden and is greeted by cheering fans after winning the Eurovision Song Contest.

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'I'm so pleased and so proud'

CSIRO researchers Dr San Thang and Dr Ezio Rizzardo are this year's Nobel Prize contenders. 25 September 2014.
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San Thang, a world-leading chemist who was made redundant by CSIRO, elected a fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.

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Pearce will deliver for the Blues

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In Jarryd Hayne's exclusive column he says the stage is set for Mitchell Pearce to keep the Origin shield in NSW.

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