Front page round-up
Here's your daily round-up of what's reported on the front pages of Ireland's national newspapers.
On the front page of today's Irish Independent, it states 'secret cuts that hit OAPs and disabled: Clampdown could force frail pensioners out of their homes', also stating 'BoI shares rise 12pc to highest in three years'.
The Irish Times reports 'Grant cuts to make it 'harder' for elderly to live at home', 'courts face 'upheaval' over key vacancies' and 'Failte Ireland raises concerns over impact of pylons on tourism'.
The Irish Examiner leads with 'landlord faces legal action for unpaid €30k fine', 'Noonan named Europe's top finance minister' and 'Hotel where Michaela killed is voted best for honeymoons'.
The Irish Daily Mail's front page reads: 'the thug who's made our jalis a laughing stock' and 'the Ballinasloe chef who turned down Nigella'.
The Herald's front page reads 'strangled to death 'in row': brother and sister quizzed'. The Irish Sun's front page is split in two showing a sporting loser and sporting winner. The loser side reads 'Man U's Smalling in suicide bomber pose', with the winner side stating 'Prem star: I'm gay'.