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Follow regular updates from these All-Ireland fourth round SFC quarter finals in Croke Park where our team of sports reporters will be providing regular twitter updates on the action as it unfolds on the pitch and on social media.

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Gamescom 2015 preview

It seems like the dust is only settling after E3 in June, but it’s time to look forward to the next big games show. Gamescom 2015 takes place this week in Cologne from August 5th until August 9th. So, what can we expect to see?

WORLD - BREAKING NEWS

MH370: New debris not a plane part

An object found on the French island of Reunion has been confirmed as “a domestic ladder” and is not a plane part, amid reports that a new piece of plane debris possibly from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was found on the island.

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A Palestinian man inspects a house after it was torched in the suspected attack by Jewish settlers. Pic: AP
Baby dies in West Bank terror attackThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Suspected Jewish attackers torched a Palestinian home in the occupied West Bank, killing an 18-month-old toddler and injuring three family members. Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, described it as terrorism.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

Bank of Ireland defends rates as profits climb

Bank of Ireland yesterday indicated it was sticking to its guns over variable mortgage interest rates as the lender delivered a sparkling set of half-term results that reflected the huge upswing in the economy.

Features

Agony aunt Ask Audrey is solving all of Cork’s problems

Fashion & Beauty

The eyes have it, says elite make-up artist Shehla Shaikh

Food & Drink

Chargrilled Achill Mountain Lamb with Labneh, Pomegranate and Fresh Mint LeavesDarina Allen

Health & Life

Three months after baby and still no sexSuzi Godson

Home & Interiors

Wish List: Affordable character and colour on the home frontFaith Ryan

Travel

Weekend break: The Radisson Blu Farnham Estate, CavanRita de Brún

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Ash: Keeping the fire aliveEd Power

Outdoors

Hidden art of reading weather