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Thursday 24 July 2014

Front page round-up

Published 07/01/2014|06:27

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The front page of today's Irish Independent: January 7

Here's your daily round-up of what's reported on the front pages of Ireland's national newspapers.

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The front page of the Irish Independent reports "Superstorm's  €300m trail of destruction" as the off-lead reports "Taoiseach links pylon dispute with emigration".

The Herald leads with the story of a Dublin city fire - "We had no way out - father of family caught in city blaze reveals inferno terror".

The Irish Examiner's front page also leads with the devastating effects of the recent stormy weather "That's it, they've been swept out - men survive after being swept out by monster wave ".

The Irish Times reports "Emergency body to discuss storm damage" while leading with "Barristers paid €139m by AG in last decade".

The Irish Daily Mail leads with "A €50m insult to taxpayers- Please help us, beg desperate families left marooned by raging storms".

The Irish Sun's front page reads "He's my hero - transsexual trucker's tribute after blaze".

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