Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
'Plane Plunge Terror' is the headline in today's 'Irish Independent' above an image of the Taiwanese passenger aircraft flying over a bridge before crashing into a nearby river.
The pilots of the aircraft have been hailed as heroes for steering the plane away form built-up areas before plunging into the river. At least 25 passengers died while a search for 12 missing passengers began again today.
'Settled at 4am: the €22m McIlroy deal' is the main story on the front page of the newspaper.
Dearbhail McDonald and Karl McGinty report that golfer Rory McIlroy jetted off to Florida yesterday, hours after lawyers brokered a 4am deal that will the World Number One pay more than €22m to his former agents Horizon.
"After 18 months of costly legal wrangling, the matter finally drew to a close in less than 40 seconds as the High Court was informed the 'entire matter has been resolved'," the newspaper reported.
"€10m Lotto Balls-Up' is the main headline on today's 'Herald'.
Emma Jane Hade writes: "The National Lottery was embarrassingly forced to postpone the Lotto draw last night following a major glitch."
The €10m midweek draw will now take place this evening after last night's was abandoned for the first time in 10 years, the newspaper reported.
Some 3,500 Lotto retailers encountered serious problems with the ticketing system, which is powered by Spanish company Telefonica.
'ECB turns up pressure on Athens by refusing Greek bonds' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that Greece's bid to get a new debt deal received a serious setback last night after the European Central Bank announced it would no longer accept Greek bonds as collateral for loans.
The 'Irish Sun' carries a story on it's back page on Dublin GAA star Shane Carthy.
In an interview, the footballer (20) said he once contemplated taking his own life but has turned a corner. "I'm nearly out the other side," he said.
Grieving mother Roseann Brennan, from Kilkenny, features on the front page picture of today's 'Irish Examiner'.
Roseann is holding a picture of her six-year-old son Jake, who was knocked down and killed last June.
The newspaper reports how Roseann is pressing ahead with plans to lead a four-day protest outside the Dail next week over speed limits in housing estates.
She believes allocated funding of €2 million to local authorities to help enforce 30km/h speed limits is simply not enough to keep children safe.
And finally, in today's Irish Independent Sport, Martin Breheny writes that the GAA's controversial deal with Sky Sports yielded only a tiny revenue increase last year.
Media rights for 2014 were €10.5m, up by €356,000 on the previous year.
Sky came aboard for the first time last season, replacing TV3 as the secondary TV broadcaster to RTE.