Today's front page news: Monday, March 9

NewsBy Shuki Byrne
The stories taking up the front pages today...
The stories taking up the front pages today...

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.