What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today
'Cheap loans for builders to speed up home supply' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Fionnan Sheahan reports that property developers will be loaned money at low rates of interest by the State to pay for roads, footpaths and sewerage in housing estates to speed up home-building.
The move is aimed at increasing the supply of home in Dublin.
The Government is also planning to refund development contributions to builders and is looking at bringing in measures to provide certainty to the rental market and prevent large increases in rent.
'Scarred Sexton vows to play on' is the headline above a picture of Ireland out-half Johnny Sexton who is sporting a black eye and six stitches after a brave performance in Ireland's victory over France at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
'Blasted to death at home' is the headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
The headline appears over a picture of a window with bullet holes in it. The story concerns the fatal shooting of a 64-year-old man outside his home.
Edward Nugent was shot dead outside his home in Walkinstown, Dublin, at approximately 9.30pm last night.
Gardai are investigating whether this was a case of mistaken identity. A number of neighbours paid tribute to Mr Nugent last night. "He was a brilliant neighbour," said one woman.
Denmark and the Ukraine dominate the front page of today's Irish Times. A picture of a man holding his head in his hands as he surveys floral tributes outside the Krudtonden cultural centre in Copenhagen appears on the front page.
A man died at the centre when he was shot on Saturday. A second man was gunned down outside a synagogue some hours later. The suspect in both killings was shot dead some time later by police.
The delicate ceasefire in the Ukraine is still in place despite fighting around the town of Debaltseve in the east of the country, the newspaper reports.
Former Fianna Fail minister Pat Carey appears on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner'.
A smiling Mr Carey (67) is posing alongside his partner Wai.
The retired politician said he had been wary of public reaction since coming out last week - but reported that people had been very positive towards him.
'Jednado' is the headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Sun'.
The newspaper reports that Irish twins Jedward are set to appear in 'Sharknado 3'.
The former X Factor stars - Lucan twins John an Edward (23) - posed with their good friend, actress Tara Reid, just as she begun filming the third instalment in Florida.
We can't wait....