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Monaghans Galway has received an award for Best Social Media in Connacht for 2019.
Rochford Motors in Ballyhaunis have received a national award for best online marketing.
Two Ballina girls were on an Irish Girl Guides team that scooped first place in the research category of the first Lego League Leinster finals, which took place recently in Dublin City University (DCU).
The Sodexo cleaning team at Bellanaboy Bridge Gas Terminal took home its first ever medal from the recent 2018 Sodexo Salon Culinaire, the annual staff culinary competition run by the food and facilities management company for its 3,700 chef and non-chef staff in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The Woodlands BNI group, which is made up of 15 business people from Kiltimagh and surrounding areas who work together to build the local economy (and meet locally every Wednesday morning in the Kiltimagh Park Hotel) was recently the recipient of the regional Pride of BNI Award.
Mayo writer Mike McCormack is celebrating this week after an amazing double swoop in the world of literary awards. On Wednesday night he was named as the Irish Novel of the Year at the Bord Gais Irish Book of the Year Awards and last weekend, he won the £10,000 Goldsmiths Prize for Fiction — both for his third novel Solar Bones, triumphing over a shortlist which also included Irish writer Eimear McBride and Irish-Canadian writer Anakana Schofield.
Éadaoin Ní Mhaiciín, from Claremorris, won the fiddle competition at the recent Oireachtas Festival in Kilarney. The annual Oireachtas Festival is a mecca for lovers and performers of the traditional arts, and this year’s competitions again received a huge number of entrants aged from six years to 68. The range of competitions included storytelling, sean-nós dancing and singing, and the famous lúibíní competition in which two people perform a rhyming story through song.
Creative students from Our Lady’s Bower Secondary School, Eleanor Dwyer, Jennifer Siak, and Emma Clarke, were announced as the overall winners at the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture Grand Final 2016 in the 3Arena, Dublin on April 14.
Galway was announced as the overall winner at the Irish Youth Music Awards on Saturday. The group of young people from Youth Work Ireland Galway was represented by local band JANAJ, who gave an energetic performance in the Aviva Stadium at the national final of the competition.
SCOOPS, THE Dublin band whose debut EP Scenes Of Joy went straight in at Number 2 in the iTunes Album charts behind Adele, play Monroe’s Live on Friday April 29 at 9pm.