We take a look at the front pages of this morning’s newspapers
The Irish Independent leads with news that Ryanair will not be expanding to transatlantic operations, despite suggestion to the contrary.
The company issued a stock market statement yesterday saying its board had not approved a move on US flights.
The Irish Times meanwhile leads with the latest on Greece.
The paper reports that there is growing frustration within the EU over the country’s failure to to propose reforms.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny made a scathing attack on the country yesterday, after it made threats of releasing jihadists and terrorists.
The Irish Examiner, the Herald, The Star and the Irish Daily Mail all lead with details of the Graham Dwyer trial.
The Irish Sun meanwhile leads with news that ‘One Direction’ member Zayn Malik has left the band’s world tour.
It was announced yesterday that Malik was withdrawing from the tour due to stress, hours after a picture circulated online of him and a girl who was not his fiancée Perrie Edwards.
The Irish Daily Mirror reports that embattled Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson went to the home of Irish producer Oisin Tymon in an attempt to apologise - however he did not get to speak with Tymon.