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Two Mayo businesses are in the running for the Great Carvery of the Year awards, following the announcement of the shortlist for Great Carvery Hotel of the Year and Great Carvery Public House of the Year. Mulroy’s Gastropub located on Main Street, Castlebar, has been nominated in the Public House section as one of three finalists from Connacht and 12 nationally, while The Dalton Hotel on Dalton Street, Claremorris, has been nominated in the hotel section.
Cill Rónáin Harbour on Inis Mór island has been named the Engineering Project of the Year in the annual Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards.
Galway singer-songwriter Rob Wade, a student of Andres Martorell’s G Voice Studio, has reached the 2011 YouBloom Music Awards final.
A Mayo student was celebrating this week after he and his team-mates were named overall winners in The Digital Hub’s Best in Show competition, bagging a €1,000 cash prize and work placements in one of Ireland’s leading digital media companies. Aaron Chalke from Ballintubber – who has just finished his final exams in the BSc in multimedia course at Dublin City University – entered the competition along with three of his classmates from DCU. Their team was announced as category winners in the film and video production category of the Best in Show competition last week. This meant all four students will get work placements this summer with Red Diamond Media, a digital media group based in The Digital Hub which focuses on TV, radio and web production, and digital content creation.
An Athlone IT student is in the running to win €1,000, in addition to getting a taste of her dream job, thanks to the Best in Show competition, organised by The Digital Hub.