Here's your daily round-up of what's reported on the front pages of Ireland's national newspapers.
The front page of the Irish Independent continues to report on the NAMA developments with "NAMA 'destroyed people' that by manipulating prices. The storm weather also features as "150kph storm wreaks havoc, claims life of young woman".
The Herald leads with the tragic storm victim Aisling Maguire with the head "Woman dies in storm".
The Irish Examiner's front page states that "Passengers were 35 seconds from disaster" in the train station collapse at Kent Station in Cork. Off leads include "€1bn health cuts to hit key services" and "Charity holds funds after CUH refuses to ringfence beds for CF patients".
The Irish Times reports of "Three former bankers on fraud charges" with off leads covering "St Vincent's refuses to provide details of allowances" and "Lowry charged 'knowingly or wilfully' filing false tax return".
The Irish Daily Mail runs into its headline "Killed by the raging storm" with the sub "Amid nationwide weather chaos, tree falls on car worker's car on her way to a funeral".
The Irish Sun's front page covers young Aisling also, with the line "Falling tree kills Ais, 23" with the sub - "150kph gales bash Ireland".
Meanwhile, The Metro Herald leads with the headline "Woman dies as tree crushes car".
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