Today's front page news: Friday, March 13
These are the stories taking up the front pages today.
Irish Independent: Get out by 5pm or go to jail; Brian O'Donnell and wife ordered by the High Court to leave their plush home by today.
Also: Mary Lou says she will 'do what needs to be done' if told about sex abuse cases. Also: Lucinda Creighton's big idea for new party.
Irish Times: Coalition sees scope for more tax cuts; Acceleration in economic growth leaves room for tax and investment package.
Also: Coillte seeking €60m from sale of phone masts. Also: Wall paint proves a splash hit with Hamburg drunks.
Irish Daily Star: I did not kill Elaine but I did have sex with her; Graham Dwyer murder trial continues.
Also: Bumper 96-page Gold Cup special. Also: 10 years for gun attack on bouncer in Sallynoggin.
Irish Daily Mail: I did not kill her, I'm not into stabbing; Dwyer acted like he didn't know Elaine, then admitted their relationship but denied knowledge of 'master'-'slave' phones.
Also: A tearful farewell to Tony Fenton. Also: Sinn Fein's '100 cases of abuse'. Also: Elated McCoy leads winning day for the Irish.
Herald: 'Not a killer'; What Dwyer told Gardai during interviews after his arrest.
Also: Tony Fenton's last interview. Also: O'Donnell warned of jail if he does not leave house.
Irish Daily Mirror: Death of a legend; Nation mourns as radio star Tony loses his cancer battle.
Also: Cheltenham racing pullout. Also: Get out of that house by 5pm, O'Donnell told.
Irish Sun: Cup final; McCoy goes for Gold one last time.
Also: Tony Fenton was the 'real deal'. Also: Jeremy Clarkson told BBC boss about fracas.