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Netguide 2004 Web Award-Winners Launch New Fansite

Mon, 15 Nov 2004

Netguide 2004 Web Award-Winners Launch New Fansite

Regan and Rachel Cunliffe, award winning New Zealand web designers are launching another exciting new site.
The Cunliffes (cre8d-design) are the recipients of the Annual Netguide Web Award for Best Youth Site 2004 for www. < http://www.Idolblog.com > Idolblog.com

The creators of the phenomenal www. Idolblog.com are pleased to announce a new site for the fans of Shortland Street – http://www.streettalk.co.nz

Fans of TV2's drama, Shortland Street, can now keep up with every episode, every character, photos and participate in community forums at www.streettalk.co.nz

Currently up: An exclusive interview with Shane Cortese, aka the evil Dominic Thompson.

ENDS


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