What it says in the papers
Here are the seven stories you need to know about today.
'Families caught up in inheritance tax' is the main headline on today's 'Irish Independent'.
Charlie Weston reports that "thousands of families are being unexpectedly hit with huge inheritance tax bills this year as rising property prices push them over exemption limits".
According to the report, Finance Minister Michael Noonan will examine the issue surrounding the inheritance tax trap, which is forcing many to sell their parents' homes in order to settle their tax bills with the Revenue Commissioners.
'President Obama praises Irish emigrant in major speech' is the second headline on the front page. Mark O'Regan reports how the US President singled out an Irish emigrant as a shining example of someone who had "worked hard, played by the rules" and realised her "dream" of becoming an American citizen.
The front page features a picture of former Ireland manager Jack Charlton at The Aviva stadium for yesterday's 0-0 friendly between Ireland and England. He is pictured saluting Irish fan to rapturous applause. 'Jack's Army is back' is the caption.
'Delaney faces €5m Dail quiz' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
John Downing reports how the FAI boss John Delaney"will have to explain to a Dail committee how the €5m Fifa payout remained undetected in FAI accounts over four years".
Delaney also features on the front page of today's 'Irish Sun'. He is pictured kissing his partner Emma English during the match yesterday as Minister for Transport, Sport and Tourism Paschal Donohoe looks on at proceedings.
'Kiss of Life' is the main headline - the sub-headline reads: 'FAI boss scores at Aviva with his stunning girlfriend'.
'GAA hero battered in prison' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The newspaper reports how Roscommon inter-county football star Donal Ward (26), who works as a prison officer, sustained what is believed to be a dislocated shoulder during an incident in Cloverhill Prison yesterday.
'Child Protection chief criticises courts' is one of the main headlines on the front page of today's 'Irish Times'.
The newspaper article reports how the Chief Executive of Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, hit out at the level of scrutiny brought to child care cases in Dublin.
Gordon Jeyes described it as "suffocating" and said accountability for social workers "has gone too far".
'Waterford's power surge floors Cork' is one of the main headlines in today's 'Irish Independent Sport'.
Martin Breheny reports on yesterday's thrilling encounter between Waterford and Cork where the Deise beat the Rebels 3-19 to 1-21.
"Anyone who doubted Waterford's capacity to take the exciting enterprise of last spring into high summer their answer in Thurles yesterday," he wrote.