Today's front page news: Thursday, March 26
These are the stories taking up the front pages today.
Irish Examiner: Forensic science agency 'in crisis mode'; Lack of staffing and facilities means no 'systematic planning'.
Also: RTE recruiting anti-Water protesters, says Pat Rabbitte. Also: €349,000 watch sells at Cork jeweller.
Irish Independent: Dole plan for small business owners; USC for self-employed will be cut and tax rebates toward costs of redundancy.
Also: Henry's decision took us all by surprise, says wife Deirdre. Also: Flight 9525 pilots may have been unconscious before crash.
Irish Times: Support for FG rebounds after 12-year low; Sinn Fein up and backing for Adams unchanged despite sex abuse scandals.
Also: Air crash investigators seek clues in voice recorder. Also: Dwyer jury told not to set unrealistic deadline.
Irish Daily Mail: Don't buy your house now, says top economist; People urged to bide their time in getting on the property ladder.
Also: Now which Direction for Niall and Co? Also: 'Buy health cover, not cigarettes'. Also: Free guide to Irish habitats.
Irish Daily Star: Husband quizzed after wife knifed 60 times; Irishman found unconscious in Swiss home.
Also: Dwyer jury told to take as long as they need. Also: Zayn on why he had to quit One Direction. Also: Clarkson faces cop probe.
Herald: Bag over head of 'kidnap' girl (13); Teen left terrified after being subject of failed abduction bid.
Also: Clarkson could face police probe following sacking. Also: Shock and horror for One Direction fans as Zayn walks away.
Irish Mirror: Clarkson faces cop grilling; Police may launch probe into axed star's attack.
Also: One Direction Zayn quit shocker. Also: Did plane's windscreen open mid-flight.
Irish Sun: Zayn quits One Direction; Strain take toll on Malik.
Also: Clarkson told on your bike. Also: Henry's gone too.