What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
'Greek euro exit looms as Germany rejects deal' is the main headline on today's front page of the 'Irish Independent'.
Gavin McLoughlin and Thomas Molloy report on how Eurozone ministers are due to gather in Brussels later today "with relations on a knife-edge following a bitter stand-off between Greece and Germany".
If the talks fail, many analysts are predicting Greece could be forced to leave the euro, throwing markets in financial crisis.
It comes after Germany rejected a six-month extension of its loan agreement with the European Commission and European Central Bank.
However, sources are optimistic that a deal can be reached..
The main picture on the front page is of Irish actress Victoria Smurfit and husband Doug Baxter. In an exclusive, Bairbre Power reports that the actress has confirmed their 15-year marriage is over.
The couple have filed for divorce in California, where they live with their three children.
"Doug Baxter and I have filed for divorce in California," Victoria said in a statement issued to the newspaper.
"For 15 years we have been the best of friends and we continue to be, not only for ourselves but for our family. We have always been a tight-knit family unit and we are both committed to maintaining that and going forward," the statement added.
'Jailed.... Billed' is the main headline in today's 'Herald'.
Niall O'Connor and Alan O'Keeffe write how five anti-water charges protesters have been sent to jail as councillors John Lyons and Tina McVeigh are told to repay €5,500 for protest leaflets.
The picture used shows a number of protesters outside Mountjoy Prison taken after five people were jailed after they were found in contempt of court after breaching a court injunction.
'RTE bumps Enda for the Eastenders killer' is one of the headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
RTE bosses were forced to delay a live interview with Taoiseach Enda Kenny last night to make way for an Eastenders special which revealed Lucy Beale's killer.
The State broadcaster moved the interview with Mr Kenny to 10pm to show the soap at 9.25pm. The newspaper claims RTE made the switch after 'The Star' informed them of the soap's timing.
The 9.25pm episode of 'Eastenders' was the famous 'Flashback' episode and was a one-off. It showed what happened on the night of Good Friday last year when Lucy died.
We're not going to reveal the killer - but it came as a big surprise to the millions of people who tuned in across Ireland and the UK.
All the papers are reporting on Ed Sheeran playing Croke Park on July 24.
The singer told 2FM broadcaster Ryan Tubridy that he felt he had to come back to Ireland after playing his VH1 Storytellers' gig in Whelans recently.
"I've never been to Croke Park before but I've heard the most amazing things about it. They don't do too many concerts so I never expected to play there, because one, it's quite a big venue and two, they only do about three concerts a year so it's going to be a great honour to play," the Irish Sun' reported.
'Reilly seeks review over Arthur Cox arrangements with child agency' is one of the main headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that Minister for Children James Reilly is seeking a review of arrangements between legal company Arthur Cox and Tusla, the Child and Family agency, over the firm's involvement in threatened court action against proposed plain packaging of cigarette packs.
'Now postnatal depression is 'affecting dads'' is the main headline in today's 'Irish Daily Mail'.
The newspaper reports how more than one-in-ten new fathers in Ireland is suffering from postnatal depression.
A new study claims that the condition affects as many as 8,160 of the estimated 68,000 new fathers in Ireland.
'No social workers for 3,000 at-risk children' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner'.
It carries a report claiming some 3,000 children known to be in serious danger have no dedicated social worker.
The figure was first highlighted some six months ago and has remained constant ever since.