'New vaccine plan to fight meningitis' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Independent'.
Eilish O'Regan reports that the HSE plans to offer young children a free vaccine against the deadly Meningitis B strain, if the coalition provides the money.
The HSE is asking the Government to pay for the roll-out of the vaccine along with another jab to protect children from the rotavirus, a common cause of diarrhoea and sickness.
But the HSE warns that patients could face drug rationing unless additional funding is allocated next year.
The front page also carries a picture of Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy who has been cleared of killing a baby in her care following a two-year US court ordeal.
Ms McCarthy had a charge of murder against her dropped after the medical examiner said they could longer rule the death a homicide. Ms McCarthy has strenuously insisted she was innocent throughout the case.
'Replay tickets fiasco' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Herald'.
Ryan Nugent reports that "a day of ticket chaos has resulted in thousands of GAA fans being locked out of Saturday's All-Ireland semi-final".
Dublin and Mayo football supporters are fuming because online purchasing system Tickets.ie failed yesterday.
However, fans outside the GAA's ticket office on Dorset Street could buy as many as they wanted.
'Migrants live and die with desperation to reach EU' is the main headline on the front page of the 'Irish Times' newspaper.
The newspaper carries a picture of migrants near Szeged, Hungary, after crossing the border from Serbia.
"€800m EU fund sought to aid dairy farmers' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Examiner'.
The newspaper reports the Irish Government wants the European Commission "to tap into an €800m superlevy package as part of a major intervention plan to help dairy farms hit by collapsing incomes".
Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney confirmed that the plan includes "proposals to increase the intervention price on milk powders".
'Mum still stands by our abuser' is the main headline on the front page of today's 'Irish Daily Star'.
The front page carries a picture of sisters Emma and Vanessa Witherow who told the newspaper their mother Frances is supporting their stepfather Joe Patterson.
Patterson was found guilty of 39 counts of sexually assaulting Emma between 1996 and 2006.
The abuser also pleaded guilty to one count of sexually abusing Vanessa at Nenagh Circuit Court in June.
He is due to be sentenced in October.
The victims' mother Frances posted a statement on Facebook yesterday in which she accused her daughters of lying.
"I am disgusted that she would still try to defend him ahead of her own daughters," Emma told the Star newspaper.
'McMahon and O'Connor get green light for replay as no bans proposed' is the main headline on today's 'Irish Independent Sport'.
Colm Keys reports that Philly McMahon is free to play in Dublin's All-Ireland semi-final replay against Mayo after the GAA's Central Competition Controls Committee opted not to charge him for attempted use of the head in the drawn game on Sunday.
And Mayo's Cillian O'Connor will also escape censure for the incident that forced Rory O'Carroll out of the game after only three minutes.