Your Friday morning news round-up

Landlords will be obliged to pass tenant details to Irish Water, dementia could bankrupt us unless action is taken, the District Attorney of Alameda County is to consider a case for involuntary manslaughter in the investigation into the Berkeley balcony collapse and the best way to brew perfect coffee at home. Here’s this morning’s irishexaminer.com catch-up.

Your Friday morning news round-up

TOP STORY - SPECIAL REPORT

SPECIAL REPORT: Dementia in Ireland - Condition could bankrupt us

Those diagnosed will often experience other chronic, progressive age-related illnesses, says Suzanne Cahill

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SPECIAL REPORT: Dementia in Ireland - Personal stories from people affected

Two people share their personal experiences with dementia.

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IRELAND

Berkeley probe: DA to bring 'all of our expertise' to bear

The District Attorney of Alameda County is to consider a case for involuntary manslaughter in the investigation into the Berkeley balcony collapse.

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Forensic tests on remains found in 'Disappeared' search

Forensic tests are being carried out on the remains of two people found in Co Meath during a new search for the so-called Disappeared.

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MOST READ: Irish Water to get tenants’ details

Landlords will be obliged to pass tenant details to Irish Water and new tenancy agreements will compel occupants to pay water charges, under new legislation.

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SPORT

Rooney: We can challenge next season

Wayne Rooney believes Manchester United can challenge for the Premier League title next season if they get their recruitment right this summer.

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MOST READ: Tipp survive late scare to reach decider

Following a round of applause and an impeccably observed minute’s silence to mark Jimmy Doyle’s passing, Tipperary’s minor hurlers booked a place in the provincial final of the grade he graced with distinction in the 1950s.

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WORLD

'No lectures, no sympathy' as Bristol Palin falls pregnant again

Bristol Palin, who launched an abstinence campaign after giving birth as an unwed teenage mother, has announced she is pregnant with her second child out-of-wedlock.

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Bitter negotiations over EU immigration policy

A radical change to immigration policy that would hand over much of the responsibility to the EU was being bitterly negotiated by EU leaders in Brussels.

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ANALYSIS

This Government is throwing the kitchen sink at single parents

In 2013 almost 12% of Irish children were living in consistent poverty, writes Alison O’Connor

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LIFESTYLE

The best methods and machines to brew perfect coffee at home

Roz Crowley has been busy researching coffee makers as she wanted an upgrade.

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EXAMVIRAL

Environmental Photographer of the Year: 2015 winners

Launched by CIWEM, the Environmental Photographer of the Year competition was created to enable photographers, both amateurs and professionals, to share images of environmental and social issues with international audiences.

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MOST READ: VIDEO: Irish people (attempt to) explain Irish insults

The folks at Facts are back, quizzing the populace on the important issues of the day.

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TECHNOW

You can now get Microsoft Word and Excel on Android phones

Microsoft's products may be uqiquitous on desktop but they aren't as widely available on smartphones. That's about to change with the introduction of the Office suite for Android phones, finally!

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BUSINESS

Costs of insurance likely to rise again: Experts

The retreat by Liberty Insurance from the British market with the loss of hundreds of jobs here — is another sign of the troubled times facing the Irish insurance industry, experts have said. The company is one of the big six players in the Irish market.

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MOST READ: Irish firm to benefit from Algerian supply

Irish exploration firm Petroceltic is expected to directly benefit from an anticipated increase of Europe’s importation of Algerian gas, being sought in a bid to counter Russia’s supply dominance.

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SHOWBIZ

PIC: Ellie Goulding ‘arrested’ in Cork

Not only did Ellie Goulding raise the roof off the Marquee in Cork last night, she raised a few eyebrows by being 'handcuffed' by Gardaí after the show.

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

Mayhem in French Uber protests; Courtney Love's car 'ambushed'

French taxi drivers have pulled out the throttle in an all-out confrontation with the ultra-cheap Uber car service, smashing cars, setting tyres ablaze and blocking traffic during a nationwide strike.

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