What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today
'Shelves empty as Greeks panic-buy supplies' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Thomas Molloy and Caroline Crawford report that "Greeks have begun emptying supermarket shelves and petrol stations after the government's decision to close banks ahead of a bailout referendum next Sunday".
"Panic set in across the country as people queued at ATMs to withdraw a €60 daily limit and stockpiled goods amid rumours pharmaceuticals could run out," the report states.
Shares across Europe tumbled yesterday but there was no rout on the financial markets, as had been feared.
The front page also features a picture of popstar Taylor Swift as she played before 14,000 fans at the 3Arena last night, as part of her European tour which draws to a close.
'I quit Sinn Fein over bullying' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
Former Sinn Fein councillor Jonathan Dowdall, who represented the North Inner City, claimed he quit the party because he was being "bullied" by members of the organisation.
"Bullying is allowed to go on in certain parts of Sinn Fein," he told the newspaper. "There were numerous attacks on myself from a certain element within Sinn Fein, and there were attacks on my teams members.
"It was totally wrong and it was time for me to go - I didn't agree with it," he said.
'Tanaiste pushing for €5 increase in child benefit' is one of the main headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper states Labour leader Joan Burton is seeking an annual €60 increase to child benefit. It's also reported that she's seeking to have 40,000 workers brought out of the USC net.
'Bloody War' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The paper carries a report on the latest in the investigation into the shooting of convicted criminal Christy Keane.
The incident took place at approximately 7am yesterday morning as Mr Keane walked into a gym in the grounds of the University of Limerick. He is in a critical but stable condition today. Gardai are treating the shooting as attempted murder.
Today's 'Irish Examiner' carries a report on how some 15 drug users have been infected with HIV in Dublin, with another case probable.
The HSE confirmed this, before adding "new cases continue to be detected", with a further 16 cases currently being tested. The upsurge has "sparked concern among clinicians and addiction organisations regarding a possible link between homeless drug users and the injection of mephedrone, the former headshop drug known as "snow blow".
'FAI debt increases to €51.2m' is the main headline on the back page of today's 'Irish Independent Sport'.
John Fallon reports on how FAI members were told that the Autumn qualifiers were "crucial" to the association's financial future.
FIFA's €5m 'Hand of God' payment and the commencement of UEFA's centralised television deal have failed to reduce the debt which now stands at €51.2 million.