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Medics suspect a man found dead in Donegal was infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working in Africa, the HSE has said.

BREAKING SPORTS

Bad start for in-form McIlroy

Rory McIlroy endured a nightmare start to his bid to make it four wins in a row as he reached the turn in a four-over 40 before picking up a shot on the way back in the first round at The Barclays.

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TODAY'S SPORT

Dublin board rails against GAA grant cut proposals

In the wake of Donegal manager Jim McGuinness’s comparison of Dublin GAA with Chelsea under Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich, it has emerged that the GAA is considering a reduction in the funding made available to the Dublin County Board for coaching in the capital.

TODAY'S COLUMNIST

Obituary: Albert Reynolds 1932-2014

Albert Reynolds was a unique Taoiseach in that he was also a highly successful businessman writes Michael Clifford

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WORLD - BREAKING NEWS

Governor orders National Guard to withdraw from Ferguson

Missouri governor Jay Nixon has ordered the US state’s National Guard to begin withdrawing from Ferguson, where nightly scenes of unrest have erupted since a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old.

WORLD - OUR CHOICE

Sky’s the limit at world’s priciest penthouse

Monaco, the tax haven on the French Riviera, is experiencing a luxury-housing boom that includes the world’s most expensive penthouse, as developers prepare for an influx of millionaires and billionaires escaping higher taxes or a loss of banking privacy.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

Double blow for Mincon profits

Irish engineering company Mincon yesterday blamed a weakening of the global exploration and mining market and the devaluation of key currencies for a poor first half of the year during which revenues and profit fell significantly.

Features

Why has heavy-drinking become a barometer of status for the young?By Ellie O’Byrne

Fashion & Beauty

Product Watch: The newest fragrance releasesBy Rachel Marie Walsh

Food & Drink

Restaurant Review: Cava Bodega, GalwayBy Tony Clayton Lea

Health & Life

Beating the bloat as we ageBy Margaret Jennings

Home & Interiors

Mette magic in the kitchenBy Carol O’Callaghan

Travel

A weekend break at Clontarf CastleBy John Daly

Arts, Books, Films & TV

The love that killed tragic Bridie KirkBy Padraic Killeen

Outdoors

Be gentle with herons. They break