Tuesday 16 January 2018

Front page round-up

Here's your daily round-up of what's reported on the front pages of Ireland's national newspapers.

The front page of the Irish Independent reports "Mother's agony as teenage girl dies from peanut allergy on city street" as the off-lead with a splash of "EU chief Barroso: Euro was a victim of Ireland".

The Herald also leads with the tragic teen death story - "Nut allergy girl dies on street".

The Irish Examiner's front page states "€50m office block could be biggest built in Cork" with "Hospital bosses accused of fraud cover-up".

The Irish Times reports "Reilly seeks information on €1m drug fraud allegations" while leading with "Review of access to Nama files on McKillen".

The Irish Daily Mail leads with "HSE: Dr Rhona won't explain €45,000 top-up".

The Irish Sun's front page covers the Graham Dwyer story with "We won't let you out".

And the Metro Herald leads with "Hospital accused over drugs cash".

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