The Guardian says a Russian state TV report that simulated a nuclear attack launched off the coast of County Donegal has caused consternation in Ireland.
The Independent says a man remains in custody in Ireland as police investigate the murders of two men who detectives believe may have met their killer online.
The Independent says Gardai in Sligo are investigating the death of a man found with significant injuries in an apartment.
The Independent says Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is set to make an historic address to the Irish Parliament later.
The Independent says an Irishman living with terminal cancer has made his way from Co Cork to the Ukrainian border with a truck-load of aid.
The Independent says The Ukrainian refugee crisis will start to cost Ireland from 2023, the Taoiseach has said.
France24 says Hundreds of thousands of Irish and international visitors were to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Ireland on Thursday after a two-year pause in festivities due to the coronavirus.
The Independent says at the arrivals hall in Dublin airport a grandmother won’t let go of her newborn grandson.
The Independent says Ireland has promised “very direct and very hard-hitting” sanctions against Russia, after the latest attack on Ukraine.
The Independent says Ireland is braced for the arrival of Storm Eunice, which is forecast to hit the country in the early hours of Friday morning.
The Guardian says The impact of the first year of Brexit on Ireland has been revealed after official data showed cross-border trade between Ireland and Northern Ireland jumped by €2.8bn (£2.3bn) in 2021.
The Independent says Irish citizens are being advised to avoid non-essential travel to Ukraine it was announced.
The Guardian says Police suspect that a dead man who was brought to a post office in Ireland by two men trying to claim his pension had died just hours before the incident.
The Independent says A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Irish teacher Ashling Murphy.
The Independent says A man in his 30s has been arrested on suspicion of murder over the death of Ashling Murphy in Ireland.
The Independent says The funeral of Ashling Murphy a primary school teacher murdered while out for a run, will take place later today in Co Offaly.
The Metro says Tributes have flooded in for a young Irish primary school teacher who was brutally murdered while out jogging in the afternoon.
The Independent says Sinead O’Connor has apologised for “lashing out” at the health services in Ireland following the death of her 17-year-old son.
Irish Mirror says Ireland’s record Lotto jackpot has been tantalisingly out of reach for months – and on Wednesday night it rolled over yet again.
Belfast Telegraph says The victim of a horrific daytime stabbing in Downpatrick has been named locally as Aidan Mann.
Irish Mirror says the three Coalition party leaders are set to meet on Tuesday to discuss key changes to some of Ireland’s public health measures.
The Sun says a Gang associate of shooting victim Gareth Hutch once quizzed over Michael Keogh murder but never charged.
The Independent says Extra funding to tackle Covid-19 across Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland has been doubled.
The Guardian says People who travel to Ireland from Great Britain will be required to undertake daily lateral flow tests for five consecutive days after arrival.
The Guardian says More than 56,000 homes and businesses in Ireland have been left without power after Storm Barra made landfall.
The Metro says Much of the UK has been warned about potentially dangerous winds hitting the country from Tuesday.
The Guardian says Google’s Irish subsidiary has agreed to pay €218m (£183m) in back taxes to the Irish government, according to company filings.
The Guardian says homeowners in Ireland hit by a devastating building defect that causes walls to “crumble like Weetabix” are set to reject a government compensation scheme unless it offers to cover 100% of their costs.
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