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What's the future of crowdfunding?

Many hands: Medved says there is science behind the wisdom of the crowd.

Claire Dunn 10:55am A new approach to purchasing equity in a business could change the world of innovation finance.

Celebrity homes

Bruce Willis to buy luxury duplex overlooking Central Park

Inside Bruce Willis' New York city apartment.

LUCY MACKEN 6:01pm It's not quite the New York pad you'd expect of the star of the Die Hard movie serie

190 units to be built on historic Scarba House site in Bondi

An early photograph of Scarba House during its time as a welfare home for babies and young children.

ANNA ANDERSON 11:28am 190 apartments will be built on the grounds of Scarba House.

Erased from the records: investigation into bashing of gay man by police in Surry Hills in 1989

Paul Simes, left, and Alan Rosendale in August 2014.

RICK FENELEY 12:15am A rogue gang of policemen bashed a gay man. Their superiors found out but any record of their investigation has vanished. Rick Feneley reports.

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Heart Foundation audit reveals the long reach of junk food advertising in the ACT

It's almost impossible for parents to shield their children from junk and fast food marketing.

HENRY BELOT 12:00am Nearly 80 per cent food and drink advertisements aimed at ACT children feature products considered unsuitable for sale in school canteens

We grew 1000 per cent in a year

Ena Hadziselimovic had a unique strategy for naming her business.

Caroline James 6:08am How did Hello Molly’s turnover grow to $5.3 million last year despite a competitive threat?

Local innovation repairs holes in the heart

CardioCel has been initially well received with surgeons in Australia and overseas.

Louis White 5:49am An Australian medical business has found an extremely novel use for cow tissue.

Happy as a pig in mud

Former chartered accountant turned pig farmer Edwina Beveridge's pig

Claire Dunn 5:47am This chartered accountant turned pig farmer is making money from methane as Australia’s first ‘carbon farm’.

What's the future for live music?

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Kate Jones 5:45am With bar chain the Hi-Fi in receivership, there's a dwindling number of places where local musos can ply their trade.

David Mitchell reveals the secrets behind his multi-stranded narratives

Tangential: Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell.

KYLIE NORTHOVER 12:15am David Mitchell says his books may look complex but they are really put together like Lego units.

The Genocide Museum, S-21: Cambodia's chilling house of terror, and why you must visit

Inside S-21, there are small cells the size of outdoor dunnies.

LEE TULLOCH 12:15am It may be confronting, but it's equally as important a stop for visitors as the serene temples of the ancient Angkor Wat.

Kate Grenville's One Life review: Her mother's story affectionately told

Kate Grenville finds her mother's voice in her latest book.

Peter Craven 12:15am Kate Grenville has always been interested in the myth of family. Now she's looking into the myths and truths of her own mother's life.

Nazeem Hussain on dabbling with napalm, Legally Brown and overt racism in Australia

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KYLIE NORTHOVER 11:45pm Comedian Nazeem Hussain has some Islamic State followers on Twitter but hopes they never turn up to a show.

Michael Phelps snubbed from US Swimming team

Out: Michael Phelps.

9:01am US swimming legend Michael Phelps will not be taking part in the sport's world championships in Russia or in the Pan-American Games in Toronto this year.

Markets live: Commodities crunch

PATRICK COMMINS 8:59am Local shares are set to edge higher at the open but gains may be checked by yet another sharp slide in the price of iron ore and a weak Wall St lead, ahead of the Easter holiday weekend.

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Reni Maitua to join Featherstone Rovers

Off to England: Reni Maitua.

8:59am Former Australia and Samoa international Reni Maitua has been given the all-clear to fly to England to take up his contract with Featherstone.

Faces of Sydney: Faiza Kasmi

Faiza Kasmi.

Henry Zwartz 8:58am Faiza Kasmi, 18, was born in Pakistan and moved to Australia at the age of four.

Bells surfing on stand by

9:00am The World Surf League event at Bells Beach has been placed on stand by.

Favourite things: designers Bec Cooper and Bridget Yorston

Ali Gripper 8:57am Books can always be relied upon for inspiration.

Laurie Daley names NSW fullback contenders

Blues coach Laurie Daley.

Ian McCullough 8:57am NSW coach Laurie Daley has identified three potential replacements for fullback Jarryd Hayne in this year's State of Origin series.

Jake Friend not far off returning: Roosters

Jake Friend

Steve Zemek 8:53am The Sydney Roosters are confident hooker Jake Friend will be ready to return as early as next week.

Saturday, April 4

Robson Green, Grantchester

8:50am Given how extensively the terrain has been mined over decades, it’s hard to imagine anyone imagining a fresh angle on the murder mysteries that abound in a bucolic English village.

Serena Williams records 700th victory as she advances to Miami Open semifinals

Williams poses with a cake celebrating her 700th career win.

Nate Taylor 8:50am The brilliance of Serena Williams, and what makes her such a daunting opponent, is how she performs during a match's most crucial points. Williams, the No. 1 seed at the Miami Open, demonstrated her poise and determination Wednesday against a strong opponent in German Sabine Lisicki.

Souths expecting to face Josh Reynolds

Josh Reynolds is expected to play in the Good Friday clash.

Steve Zemek 8:49am South Sydney are fully expecting Canterbury to field their tenacious little terrier Josh Reynolds in Friday night's grand final replay.

Wangaratta highway patrol cop's Easter message for drivers

Police are warning drivers to be safe on the roads this year.

9:03am Twelve white crosses will line the Hume Freeway at Wangaratta as part of one highway patrol cop's desperate bid to prevent deaths on the road this Easter.

US stocks fall on weak economic data

Street signs for Wall St. and Broad St. hang at the corner outside the New York Stock Exchange March 24, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

8:47am Wall Street stocks have fallen for a second day in a row after disappointing US data stoked concerns about economic growth.

Karmichael Hunt returns for Queensland Reds

Karmichael Hunt will returns to the Reds from the bench.

8:46am Karmichael Hunt has been named on the bench in his Super Rugby return for the Queensland Reds against Melbourne at AAMI Park on Friday night.

Kumar Sangakkara urged not to retire by government official

Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara became the first player to score four hundreds in successive ODIs during the Cricket World Cup.

Ranga Sirilal 8:43am Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara should reconsider his decision to retire from limited overs cricket and continue for another year, the country's sports minister said on Wednesday.

Hunt returns for Queensland Reds

8:43am Karmichael Hunt has been named on the bench for the Queensland Reds.