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Tuesday 21 February 2017

Two released in missing child case

Published 15/03/2011 | 05:00

A MAN and a woman arrested in the North after four children went missing from Co Louth were released last night without charge.

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The 30-year-old man and 28-year-old woman were arrested in Newcastle, Co Down, by the PSNI. The four children -- three girls and one boy -- were later found safe and well. Aged between 12 and one, the children had been reported missing last Thursday.

Clarification: McConnell House

It was reported in Friday's edition, due to erroneous information supplied, that McConnell House, on Charlemont Place, Dublin 2, was a 'Nama building' and a 'Nama-controlled building'. We are happy to clarify that McConnell House was not, and is not, in the control of Nama and is not linked to that agency in any way.

Apology: Donal Kinsella

In articles appearing in our newspaper on November 10, 2010 and November 18, 2010 we reported in relation to the lawsuit brought by Mr Donal Kinsella against Kenmare Resources plc and Charles Carville for libel for a press release issued by Kenmare Resources plc.

In both of those articles we refer to "an incident" in which Mr Kinsella sleepwalked into the room of Deirdre Corcoran, the company secretary, during a company trip to Mozambique in May 2007. We wish to clarify that Mr Kinsella did not sleepwalk into the room of the company secretary and we apologise to Mr Kinsella for these statements.

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