"Sally O'Brien and the way she might look at you... no more" - The Newspaper Review

Ivan and Chris take a look at the morning papers...

The Minister for Health's plans to regulate the way alcohol is priced and advertised was the top topic of conversation for Breakfast presenters Ivan Yates and Chris Donoghue this morning.

Ivan bemoaned the fact that Sunday night will never be the same again if the Bill passes all stages, because strict new controls will be applied to advertising.

Chris reminded his co-presenter that Sally O'Brien and the way she might look at you hasn't been a thing since the 1980s. He was more upset about the effect the new rules will have on the cost - a bottle of wine will now come in at about €7.60 while a bottle or can of beer will cost €1.80-€2.

In the papers, and on the front pages: 

All of the broadsheets lead with flood fears for those living along the Clare/Limerick border.

The Irish Independent: "Heavy rain and gales to bring more floods".

The Irish Times: "Shannon to rise half a metre due to rain and Spring tides - greatest danger of flooding in 20 years".

The Irish Examiner: "Cabinet pledges €15 million for flooding victims uninsured firms to get funds".

The Irish Daily Star: "Bono crash hit my sex life" - a taxi driver is suing the Irish rocker for damages.

The Irish Daily Mail:"Joan's sweetener - 9 months paid leave for parents".

The Irish Daily Mirror and The Sun go with a story about Louis Walsh's mother's diagnosis of Alzeimhers.

Inside the papers: 

The Examiner says there has been a 15-fold rise in profits at Sherry Fitzgerald and "Discovery could half Alzeimhers in its tracks".

The estranged wife of Irishman Jason Corbett has failed in her latest attempt to get custody of his children. Molly Martens' returned the children to his family in Ireland last August. 

Stereotypes - women talk better than men, while men are better at navigating according to scientists in Hertfordshire and Norway. Meanwhile, psychologist at the University of California say men are funnier.

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