Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
'Families lose €400 by not going online to pay bills' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Charlie Weston reports that "householders who stay offline are losing out by between €300 and €400 a year as the best deals are reserved for those who use websites".
"It costs more for banking, utility bills, TV and broadband bundles if they are bought the traditional way," the newspaper reports.
The front page carries a picture of some of the 'Kilgore College Rangerettes' from Texas. The girls participated in yesterday's St Patrick's Day Parade in Dublin - record crowds turned out in towns and cities across the country to celebrate the national holiday, the newspaper says.
'Streets of Shame' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
The newspaper carried a series of pictures inside the paper showing elements of anti-social behaviour on the streets of Dublin after the parade had finished yesterday.
The front page focuses on one such incident in which an innocent tourist was set upon by two teenagers.
The picture shows the tourist being attacked in broad daylight on the city's quays.
'Irish pimp's killer jailed' is the main headline on today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The newspaper carries a report of how a woman appeared in Sheffield Crown Court charged with his murder.
June Buttle killed her Irish boyfriend - Offaly man Thomas Groome - and then posed as him on Facebook for five years in a bid to fool his family.
His body has never been found. Buttle was jailed yesterday for 16 years.
'Taoiseach dampens hopes of US visa deal for Irish Illegals' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that Mr Kenny is playing down any hopes that Irish people living illegally in the US will be able to travel freely back and forth to Ireland.
After meeting with President Barack Obama at the Oval Office, Mr Kenny described the travel for the Irish illegals as a real problem.
'€50m cost of covering for sick teachers' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Mail'.
The newspaper reports that some €50 million of taxpayers' cash was spent on substitute cover for sick teachers last year.
The figure was contained in new Department of Education figures, the newspaper said.
Kilkenny hurler Henry Shefflin is the main story in today's 'Irish Independent Sport' section.
Shefflin will decide on his future with Kilkenny over the next few days, reports Colm Hayes.
The hurler was in Croke Park yesterday where he helped club Ballyhale Shamrocks to a sixth All-Ireland club hurling title.