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Greece faced an uncharted future as its interior ministry predicted that more than 60% of voters had rejected creditors’ demands for more austerity in exchange for rescue loans.

BREAKING SPORTS

Cork players rue last-minute equaliser as Kerry snatch replay

Kerry 2-15 Cork 3-12
A madcap Munster football final ended with Cork players down on their knees, head in hands, not because they failed to perform again in Killarney — but because they had and were still denied a 38th provincial title by an outrageous equaliser from Kerry defender Fionn Fitzgerald.

TechNow

Incredibly rare SNES PlayStation turns up in the wild

Before Sony got into manufacturing consoles, it was working with Nintendo on a CD-ROM drive for the SNES. Its aim was to create a combined console, capable of playing SNES cartridges and SNES CD-ROM games.

WORLD - OUR CHOICE

Greek woes leave newlyweds penniless in New York

Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis’ long-planned dream trip to the US ended in New York, where their three-week honeymoon turned into a nightmare when their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless.

TODAY'S BUSINESS

Nama stands behind sale of €6.3bn in loans

Nama has stood behind the sale of £4.5bn (€6.3bn) loans in the North, saying it remains fully satisfied that taxpayers got the best possible price in a deal struck with Cerberus Capital that was completed last year.

Features

Laya Healthcare City Spectacular: Do you have what it takes to join the team?

Fashion & Beauty

The "look" of the season is a thing of the pastBy Cathy Horyn

Food & Drink

Darina Allen: Fish in Beer Batter with Chips and Tartare SauceBy Darina Allen

Diet & Fitness

Get in and out of the gym quicker than you can say ‘beach body’By Amanda Khouv

Home & Interiors

Entertaining outside has its own rulesBy Carol O’Callaghan

Travel

The insider’s guide to Hollywood

Arts, Books, Films & TV

Once comes home to Dublin

Outdoors

Verbenas are a rich source of nectar for honey bees and butterfliesBy Peter Dowdall