Today's front page news: Friday, March 13

NewsBy Shuki Byrne
Tony McCoy after his win in the Ryanair at Cheltenham yesterday
Tony McCoy after his win in the Ryanair at Cheltenham yesterday

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.