Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
''Deluded' O'Donnells owe €71m but want mansion' is the main headline on today's front page of the 'Irish Independent.
Mark O'Regan and Sam Griffin report how a family want to be allowed continue living in their palatial mansion despite being €71m in debt.
The O'Donnells were described as "deluded" in court after seeking an injunction to prevent Bank of Ireland seizing control of Gorse Hill, a hilltop mansion in Killiney, during proceedings yesterday.
A picture of Irish golfer Padraig Harrington appears on the front page.
'The Million-dollar Man' is the headline with the caption reading: 'An epic comeback in the heat of Palm Beach, Florida, saw Padraig Harrington end a seven-year title wait when he won the Honda Classic - and a $1m cheque.'
'Viper Foley arrested' is the main headline of the front page of today's 'Herald'. Crime Correspondent Ken Foy reports how Martin 'The Viper' Foley was arrested after an incident at a Dublin city centre jeweller's.
The veteran criminal (64) and a 37-year-old associate were arrested after they allegedly threatened a female employee in the Milano Jewellery store in the Ilac Centre in Dublin 1.
"It has emerged that Foley had been in dispute with the respected business over an item of jewellery, worth around €3,000, which he had left in the premises to be sold," the newspaper reprots.
Foley and his accomplice were arrested by gardai from Store Street Garda Station shortly before 2pm yesterday and remained in custody last night.
'Prem star Johnson arrested over sex with girl, 15' is the main headline on today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The newspaper reports how Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson was arrested on suspicion of having sex with a 15-year-old girl.
The 27-year-old was arrested at his €2.5m mansion at 9.15am yesterday morning.
He was bailed last night but must appear at police station at a later date. Sunderland have suspended the player pending the outcome of the police investigation.
'Would-be car thief becomes online knock-out after bungled break-in' is the headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner' newspaper.
The paper reports how a thief managed to knock himself out after trying to break into a Mercedes.
He tried to break the car's windshield with a brick, which bounced off the window and struck him in the head.
'Howlin puts forward ward open forum to consider pay and tax' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin says such a move would "allow for greater consideration" of where resources should be spent as the economy recovered.
In 'Irish Independent Sport' today, Ruaidhri O'Connor writes how Johnny Sexton has returned to France where he will be assessed by medics at Racing Metro before a decision is taken on whether he will play against Grenoble on Saturday.
The IRFU yesterday released a medical bulletin that described the hamstring strain the Ireland fly-half suffered during Sunday's win over England as "minor" and he should be fit in time to face Wales on Saturday week.