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Top business award for Anne?

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s Chief Executive Anne Donaghy, from Dungannon, has been shortlisted in the IoD Northern Ireland Director of the Year Awards.

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Diva sets sights on the top gong

Diva sets sights on the top gong

A Co Tyrone entrepreneur says the overwhelming support of the Dungannon community has been instrumental in her business being shortlisted for a prestigious regional award.

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Pictured representing their schools' team are from left: Alan Kelly of Fivemiletown College; Samantha Todd, Wallace High School; Jack Owens, the Royal Belfast Academical Institution and Molly Bradley, Aughnacloy College

Aughnalocy College reach Agri-Food contest final

Aughnalcoy College, along with three other Northern Ireland schools, have reached the final stage of a farm-to-fork skills development competition. The students who range from 14-16 years of age, will now go on to receive five Aberdeen Angus cross calves each at the Balmoral Show as part of the ABP Angus Youth Challenge. As well as having to rear their own calves, they will then profit from their sale to ABP whilst also taking part in an 18-month skills development programme. The finalists have also been given special assignments to research solutions and developing innovative concepts to support the local beef supply chain.

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Leona McNicholl of Ulster Bank presenting the Award for Best New Product (small company) to Lorna and Sam Robinson, Cloughbane Farm Foods Ltd, Dungannon

Best Product Award for Cloughbane Farm

Cloughbane Farm Foods, Dungannon has picked up the Best New Product from a small company award for its Spicy Lentil and Root Vegetable Casserole at the fifteenth Northern Ireland Food and Drink Awards.

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McAvoy Group joins new consortium

McAvoy Group joins new consortium

A new consortium, managed by construction consultants Blacc and funded by Innovate UK, has been launched to transform the way primary schools are designed and built.

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