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Friday 15 December 2017

Apology / correction

IN our editions dated February 2 & 3 we carried an article about the murder of Mr Alan McNally.

Our article was accompanied by a photograph which incorrectly depicted an entirely unconnected individual as Alan McNally.

The individual in question is still alive and is not involved in gangland crime or drug trafficking.

We take this opportunity to correct the record and apologise to the individual in question.



Burglar has his prison term cut

A BURGLAR jailed for six years for a string of break-ins had his sentence reduced by two years on appeal.

Mr Justice Joseph Finnegan, at the Court of Criminal Appeal, said that ex heroin addict William Moorehouse (21), of Glendruid Halting Site, Shankill, Co Dublin, was entitled to "one opportunity to put his life together".

Moorehouse had been serving consecutive sentences amounting to six years for a series of offences.

His counsel said the sentencing judge did not give sufficient regard to his client's guilty plea and a report saying he did not pose a violent threat.



Sign up for the Cupid's Dash

THE annual Cupid's Dash 10k Fun Run in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation will go ahead next Saturday.

The charity is urging walkers, joggers and runners to sign up for the sunset fun run on the North Bull Island in Clontarf in Dublin on www.cupidsdash.ie

Registration costs €25, which includes a €5 donation to the Irish Heart Foundation and free entry to an after-party on the beach. Cards are available from Grainne Kennedy at gkennedy@irishheart.ie.



Herald rugby ticket winners

THE winners of the Herald competition for two pairs to tickets to tomorrow's eagerly awaited Six Nations clash between Ireland and Wales are: Frank Nolan, of Kilmainham, Dublin 8; and David O'Sullivan, of Glenageary, Co Dublin.

Congrats to them both and watch out for more Six Nations ticket offer in your Evening Herald.

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