What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today
'Now EU tells banks not to cut variable mortgages' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Niall O'Connor and Charlie Weston report that the European Commission has "backed the hard line being taken by Irish banks in their refusal to slash variable mortgage rates for tens of thousands of families".
"As EU chiefs continue wrangling over the Greek government, the Commission said our bailed-out banks should be allowed to profiteer on the back of mortgage holders," the report states.
The front page also carries a story about young Dublin mum Emma Murphy (26) who has been widely praised internationally for speaking about a victim of domestic violence.
Ms Murphy, from Ballymun in North Dublin, identified her former partner in a video message on Facebook, where she appears with a badly bruised face. The video has been viewed by more than two million people and has been picked up by major news outlets in the UK, US and Australia.
The young mum-of-two also appears on the front page of today's 'Herald', which carries a story about how gardai are investigating the incident, which is alleged to have occurred at a North Dublin gym.
Details surrounding the investigation into the attack make the front pages of today's 'Irish Sun' and 'Irish Daily Mail'.
A picture of Brian McFadden and wife Vogue Williams also appears on the front page under the headline 'Brian and Vogue in shock split'. The couple announced last night, via their respective Twitter accounts, that their marriage was no more and they were going their separate ways. The pair wed three years ago in Italy and had previously just last month announced they had bought a new home in Howth, North Dublin.
Vogue and Brian's marriage split also features on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Mirror' and 'Irish Daily Star'.
'Biker gang murder 'on CCTV'' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
Gardai told a court that a biker's murder was recorded on a security camera - and that the killing is linked to a bitter feud between motorcycle gangs. The comments were made during a bail hearing at Limerick District Court and the court was told the killing of biker Andrew 'Odd' O'Donoghue was "captured on CCTV". A 48-year-old man has been charged with his murder, while a 26-year-old man is charged with impeding the garda investigation into the murder.
'All 28 EU leaders to decide on Greece' is one of the main headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that all 28 EU leaders will meet this Sunday to consider a third bailout programme for the country. It comes after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras pledged to submit detailed proposals on a new bailout package to EU leaders tomorrow. It comes after a series of meetings took place in Brussels yesterday that ended without agreement after Mr Tsipras and his finance minister failed to table fresh proposals as promised.
The grieving mother of drowning victim Barry Davis Ryan is pictured on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner' under the headline 'Please help find my son and bring him back'.
Ann Davis made the plea on RTE's Six One News last night. Her son was swept out to sea in Baltimore, Cork, a week ago. The search for his body has been ongoing but hampered by poor weather conditions. Ms Davis has made an emotional plea for more divers to help find her son and "bring him back". The weather is expected to improve on Friday. The young man's girlfriend Niamh O'Connor (20) was swept out to sea by a freak wave. Both Mr Ryan and his father, Barry Ryan Sr (51) died trying to rescue her.
Bernard Brogan is one of the main stories in today's 'Irish Independent Sport'. Donnchadh Boyle reports that the Oliver Plunketts man has picked up a hand injury and has a finger in splint this week as the Dubs prepare for their Leinster final clash against Westmeath.