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Finsec – Only New Zealand Website Award Nominee

Finsec – only New Zealand nominee for website award

The finance sector union Finsec has made it to the final twelve nominees for an international labour website award.

International website LabourStart has selected the finalists from the nominations it received, and Finsec's is the only NZ website on the list.

"We're delighted," said Finsec General Secretary Don Farr. "We see our web site as an important adjunct to the work we do and we try to keep it fresh and relevant. We also don't think it hurts to have a bit of excitement on the site."

Finsec's website is at http://www.finsec.org.nz.

Union members can vote for it from there.

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