Today's front page news: Monday, March 9
These are the stories taking up the front pages today.
Irish Times: No going back to boom and bust, Kenny pledges; 'Steady growth' is key to new plan Government will outline next month.
Also: More than 600 granted asylum have no homes. Also: CAO picks show surge in demand for building, law and dentistry.
Irish Independent: CAO students bank on boomtime careers; Building, business and tech courses lead points race.
Also: Alarm at drinks-funded group's plans to target young people. Also: Tobacco firm warns it will challenge plain packet law.
Herald: Man critical after bar attack; Two teens held as Irish clubber beaten up in Liverpool.
Also: Ex-model Aoife D'Arcy gets fit for birth. Also: Irish Water to repair 25,000 leaks over the next two months.
Irish Examiner: 6,000 students fail to choose course; Career guidance cuts blamed for applicants not listing CAO picks.
Also: Families face 7% tax hike under SF, says Burton. Also: No treatment scheme for eating disorder sufferers.
Irish Daily Mirror: Unforgiven; Wife tells of family agony as driver jailed for double killing.
Also: Free 32-page pullout guide to Cheltenham. Also: Irish Setter 'murdered at Crufts'.
Irish Sun: Battered walking home from mass; 72-year-old beaten up by three men in Ballyfermot.
Also: Cheltenham, the top tips, interviews and a whole lot of Ruby. Also: Irish lad critical after club attack.