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Advertisement named best website in Ireland

The Irish Times, 98fm and Silicon Republic were also winners at last night’s Irish Web Awards.

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THEJOURNAL.IE WAS AMONG the winners at last night’s Irish Web Awards.

The website was named best online only publication and received the Grand Prix award for the best website in Ireland.

The Irish Times, 98fm, and Silicon Republic also got nods during the ceremony, which was held at the Mansion House in Dublin.

Founded by blogger Damien Mulley and 2fm DJ Rick O’Shea, the awards are now in their fourth year and aim to “recognise people who do great things on the web”.

Here’s a list of this year’s winners:

Best Online Publication: The Irish Times

Best Online Only Publication:

Best Radio Website: 98fm

Best Independent Podcaster: The Comic Cast

Best Sports Site:

Best Music Site:

Best Entertainment Site:

Best Arts Website:

Best Technology Site:

Best New Web Application/Service:

Most Innovative Website:

Best Discussion Forum:

Best Government and Council Website:

Best Education and Third-Level Website: Science Gallery

Best Student Web or Social Media Project: Course Hub

An Suíomh Gaeilge is Fearr:

Best Microsite:

Best eCommerce:

Best SME/Small Business Website:

Best Mobile Site:

Best Practice:

Most Beautiful Website in Ireland:

Most Useful Website in Ireland:

Web Agency of the Year: X Communications

GRAND PRIX – Best Website in Ireland:

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