Today's front page news: Thursday, March 12
These are the stories taking up the front pages today.
Irish Independent: 'Terrified' Elaine's texts on day she went missing; 'Master' textson Elaine's phone read in court.
Also: Gerry Adams says Gardai - not Sinn Fein - should investigate sexual violence. Also: Don Cossack to fly for O'Leary at Cheltenham.
Irish Examiner: Ruling on drugs set to affect hundreds of cases; Experts say emergency law cannot be applied retrospectively.
Also: Bus Eireann says 'use it or lose it' over rural routes. Also: Elaine O'Hara texts revealed fears for her life.
Irish Times: Pressure mounts on Adams over handling of rape claim; Sinn Fein president confirmed he has been aware of case since 2009.
Also: Falling euro boosts exports and tourism. Also: Fair Deal funding changes planned to help ease hospital overcrowding.
Irish Daily Mail: Elaine told she'd be knifed on day she went missing; Trail of phone signals led from location of murder accused's offices to park where O'Hara vanished.
Also: The Irishman 'clocked by Clarkson' in a row over a steak. Also: One move on alcohol could save 140 lives.
Irish Daily Star: I'll give you a baby if you help me kill; Final texts sent by Elaine O'Hara revealed.
Also: Cyclone to blow 'em away at Cheltenham today. Also: 'At least 60 IRA sex abuse cases.
Herald: 'Do not fear death'; 'Master' text on day Elaine O'Hara vanished.
Also: County Leitrem girl wins best dressed lady at Cheltenham. Also: Sinn Fein tries to protect abuse victims, claims McDonald.
Irish Mirror: Raging bull; Furious Top Gear star wanted a 8 ounce steak and flipped when offered platter of cold meats.
Also: Jose's Blues are Luiz-ers. Also: Liam Neeson to quit action roles in two years.
Irish Sun: Please don't kill me; Scared Elaine begged 'I just can't take it'.
Also: Clarkson hit boss over steak. Also: Model's off to first race flyer.