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Shortland Street Fan Awards 2006

Fans of Shortland Street are being asked to name their favourite characters and actors and most memorable moments of 2006 in Throng's inaugural Shortland Street Fan Awards. Other categories include the character one would most like to kill off, most romantic moment, biggest let down, dodgiest moment and favourite quote.

Votes can be cast online at throng.co.nz and results will be published online on December 29.

Nominations for the awards were provided by members of StreetTalk, the popular Shortland Street fan site - streettalk.co.nz

Throng is New Zealand's premier television community site with over 60,000 visitors in its first month since launching. The site features up-to-the-minute news, recaps, interviews, videos, spoilers and lively discussion of everything relating to television.

Throng is created by award-winning husband and wife team, Regan and Rachel Cunliffe. The pair are also behind popular television community sites Idolblog and StreetTalk.

ENDS

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