Here's your daily round-up of what's making Ireland's front pages.
The front page of today's Irish Independent states there have been 'Claims of phone hacking as culture chief resigns', 'Religious orders on 'politically exposed' Anglo list and 'High seas, storms to hit country'.
The Irish Times leads with 'Bruton says pylons crucial to regional job creation', 'City of Culture board to meet on new CEO' and 'Government contributing to nuclear fusion reactor development'.
Today's Irish Examiner also leads with a Limerick city story, as 'City of Culture chairman refuses to quit'. They also have 'Landlords face fines in window safety review' and 'Call to limit charities' spend on salaries from donations'.
The Herald's front page reads 'Storm Surge: Country on flood alert', while the Irish Daily Mail states 'A victory against cronyism', as City of Culture CEO steps down.