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Youth Website Award-Winners Launch 3rd Fansite

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Best Youth Website Award-Winners Launch Third Fansite

Regan and Rachel Cunliffe, award winning New Zealand web designers are launching another exciting new site.

The Cunliffes (cre8d-design) were the recipients of the Annual Netguide Web Award for Best Youth Site 2004 for Idolblog.com and recently launched StreetTalk.co.nz as a community space for the fans of Shortland Street.

The creators of these highly successful websites are pleased to announce a new site for the fans of Miss Popularity - http://www.misspopularity.co.nz/

Fans of the TV2 reality show, Miss Popularity, can now keep up with every episode, every character, and participate in community discussions at www.misspopularity.co.nz

http://www.misspopularity.co.nz/

http://www.streettalk.co.nz/

http://www.idolblog.com/

http://www.cre8d-design.com/

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