For the days that's in it, most broadsheets led this morning with St Patrick's Day stories.
The Irish Times revealed the cost of 'greening' 120 prominent buildings around the world to be €65,000. The most expensive was the Sydney Opera House, which cost a princely €8,000 to illuminate.
The funeral of the great Today FM DJ Tony Fenton also received wide coverage. U2 sang 'Ordinary Love' from the altar, while the Mirror reports Jose Mourinho had sent a letter to Fenton saying Chelsea was supporting him as he battled his illness.
Kieran Cuddihy, standing in for Chris today, highlighted a story that says An Post will be obliged to hand over personal info to Irish Water.
Meanwhile Ivan's eye was caught by a headline in the Independent, which reveals that buttocks and genitals have been banned from Facebook. 'A lot of people disappointed,' he quipped.
Both hosts were impressed by the massive $48m Rory McIlroy will earn from his new role as the face of EA Sports goling games. He replaces Tiger Woods, who earned an astounding $730m from his deals with EA.
The Mirror reports the Love Ulster parade which was due to take lpace next month has been cancelled following a meeting between the Department of Justice and Organiser Willie Frazer
There's more bad news for Renua Ireland as well. A parody Facebook account which was established on Friday has soared in popularity, and now has more likes than Fine Gael on the social media site.