Sunday 18 March 2018

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These are the stories that you need to know about this morning.

Separate searches for the remains of two young women who vanished in the 1990s is the story leading on the Irish Independent. 'New clues raise hope of finding missing women' reports that the disappearances of Fiona Sinnott and Ciara breen have remained unsolved for decades.

The Irish Daily Star and the Irish Daily Mirror also have the Ciara Breen search as their front page splash with 'Mum's TV appeal key to finding Ciara' and 'Hopes for Ciara after tip-off' respectively.

Meanwhile, the Herald splashes with the story that Ireland soccer star Jeff Hendrick is due to be charged with violent disorder over a row outside a Dublin nightclub. 'Irish star in club row charge' reports that the 23-year-old midfielder was arrested in relation to the alleged assault in October 2013.

Another Ireland player graces the front page of the Irish Sun with 'Irish star in 'boozy hit and run' as the paper reports that Darron Gibson has been charged with drink driving after allegedly hitting a cyclist.

The Irish Examiner gives prominence to the 2015 Rose of Tralee Elysha Brennan who was crowned as reigning champion last night. 'Elysha reigns after touching hearts' the paper reads.

'Shatter says media reports on expenses claim 'misleading'' reports the Irish Times as the Fine Gael TD has spoken of his deep upset over what media reports about an expenses claim for photographs when he was minister for justice and defense.

The Irish Daily Mail lead with the custody hearing for Jason Corbett's children with 'Judge gives jack and sarah back to the Corbetts' as the sister of the slain Limerick man will take custody of Jack (10) and Sarah (8).

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