What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today
'Savers' rescue fund put at risk by shocking flaws' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Charlie Weston reports that a "shocking catalogue of mismanagement, breaches of rules and poor oversight has been revealed in a secret report into a multi-million euro bail-out fund run by the country's credit unions".
The report, compiled by accountancy firm Mazars, also states that some €13m of credit union money was put at risk because of the way rescue funds were used.
The front page also carries a picture showing a Tunisian survivor looking on as rescue crews carry away bodies of those who died during a sea tragedy over the weekend which claimed the lives of some 950 people. Italian police are claiming that this man captained the boat which overturned while most of its passengers were locked below decks and have accused him of multiple homicide.
Today's 'Herald' carries a picture of serial killer Mark Nash at a charity table quiz in Dublin just hours before he killed Sylvia Shiels and Mary Callinan in their home in Grangegorman in 1997. The picture, which was aired on RTE's 'Primetime' programme, shows the killer looking relaxed at the event and with a black jacket which 12 years later would show the presence of DNA from both women. The image was central to his conviction for the double murder earlier this week. 'Murder on his mind' is the headline.
'Dwyer dad: I stand by my son' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The newspaper reports that Sean Dwyer, father of convicted murderer Graham Dwyer (42), told them: "For the record, I stand by my son."
Married father-of-three Dwyer was earlier this week sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara (36) in September 2012.
During the sentencing hearing on Monday, Elaine's father Frank O'Hara said in a statement: "This is our life sentence. For us there is no parole."
'Spy TV' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Sun'.
The newspaper reports how the Government wants to give An Post access to Sky and UPC accounts in a bid to identify those who are avoiding paying the TV licence fee.
Communications Minister Alex White last night proposed new laws to chase the one-in-six TV viewers who don't pay their €160 TV licence fee.
Today's 'Irish Times' front page features an interview with the former director of the national pancreas transplant programme.
David Hickey accuses Beaumont Hospital and the HSE of taking an "unethical and callous" approach to patients on the waiting list by seeking to "wind up" the programme without telling them.
No pancreas transplant operations have been carried out in Ireland since Mr Hickey stepped down from his position in September, the newspaper claims.
'Grealish plans Irish return' is the main headline in today's 'Irish Independent' sport.
John Fallon reports that the father of the Aston Villa and Ireland U21 player has confirmed that his son still plans to return to the Ireland set-up in September - but that it could be for the U21s rather than Martin O'Neill's senior squad.