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Internet Awards enter 6th Year


Internet Awards enter 6th Year


Over the past five years .au Domain Administration Ltd (auDA) and InternetNZ have successfully collaborated to produce a world-class awards program that recognises businesses, individuals, organisations and their contributions to the development and use of the Internet, both in Australia and New Zealand.

The ANZIAs recognise the commitment and dedication of recipients in improving how we engage with the Internet and use it to benefit the wider community.

Entries are now open until 13 June 2014 for those who have developed online resources, websites and real-world projects and products. Each category winner receives an $AUD2500 prize.

The categories cover six areas:

• • Security & Online Safety
• • Access & Digital Skills
• • Information
• • Diversity
• • Innovation
• • The Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award For Community Websites
For more information or to enter visit: www.internetawards.org.au and www.internetawards.co.nz
ENDS

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