What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
One man dominates all the front pages today - and that is the late broadcasting legend Bill O'Herlihy.
'The greatest sports broadcaster ever' is the main headline on the front page of the 'Irish Independent'.
George Hook writes: "With the death yesterday of Bill O'Herlihy, I lost more than a work colleague and a friend; the man who had the single biggest effect on my career passed away aged 76.
"The greatest sports broadcaster we have ever seen did not live long to enjoy the fruits of the retirement he so richly earned.
"However, he has left behind a template for the neophytes that inhabit modern day sports radio and television.
"O'Herlihy's skill was that he constantly made every effort to make his guests look good."
The newspaper carries an eight page special on the broadcaster, who passed away suddenly following a suspected heart attack yesterday morning. He is survived by his wife Hilary O'Herlihy, daughters Sally and Jill, and four grandchildren.
'Big game salute for Bill' is the Herald's headline; 'Billo: The best of Irish' is the headline on the 'Irish Daily Star'; 'We'll leave it there so. Goodnight and God bless' is on the front page of the 'Irish Daily Mirror'; 'We'll leave it there so' is the front page of the 'Irish Sun'; 'We'll leave it there so! Farewell to a TV legend' is on the 'Irish Daily Mail'; 'We'll leave it there, so....' is the 'Irish Examiner', and 'Anchorman always on top of his game' is the headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
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In other news, 'FF TDs back Martin after resignation of Power' is the other main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Philip Ryan reports that Fianna Fail TDs have "rallied around party leader Micheal Martin in the wake of stinging criticism from Senator Averil Power who quit the party yesterday.
"The 'bombshell' resignation by the gay rights campaigner has sparked a bitter war of words," the newspaper reports.
Senator Power's decision to quit Fianna Fail also features in all of today's newspapers, mainly on the front pages.
RTE personality Marty Morrissey features in some of the papers today following his interview published in yesterday's 'RTE Guide'.
'Marty: I'm no ladies' man' is the headline on the story in today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The TV star said he is devoted to the two women in his life - his mother and long-term partner Liz. Marty and Liz first met 20 years ago when they were working for local radio in Cork. "She is a very private person," Marty explained, describing her as his "rock" and "confidante".
'50 welfare cheats reported every day' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Mail'.
Some "50 dole cheats a day have been reported to welfare authorities this year already," the newspaper reports.
The publication cites data from the first three-and-a-half months of 2015 which "show allegations about bogus claims are continuing to flood into Social Welfare office around the country by letter, email and dedicated hotline".
'Noonan 'shutting door' on firms' hope of flood cover' is one of the main headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner'.
The newspaper reports how the "government has been accused of 'shutting the door' on the chances for thousands of businesses and homes in flood-hit areas to get insurance cover even when flood prevention measures are put in place".
"Fianna Fail's Michael McGrath said Finance Minister Michael Noonan was letting insurance companies continue to decide in all cases whether or not cover would be given".
'Coalition wins key concessions over bid for Aer Lingus' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper reports that Fine Gael and Labour believe "they have won significant concessions from IAG and a sale of the State's 25 per cent stake in Aer Lingus is looking increasingly likely".
Today's 'Irish Independent Sport' carries a story on how Robbie Deans has "ruled himself out of the running for the Leinster head coach position".
The former Australia coach had been the 1/9 favourite to replace the departed Matt O'Connor.