An article published on Sept 24 included a statement that gardaí were examining links with the suicide of a young man in the Blacklion area of Co Cavan to with another death.

We have since established that this is not a factual statement, and we are happy to correct the inaccuracy. We have apologised to the family of the young man for any upset caused by this publication.


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