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2015 ANZIA finalists announced

2015 ANZIA finalists announced

auDA and InternetNZ are pleased to announce 22 finalists for the 2015 Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIAs), who are all making a positive contribution to the use and development of the Internet.

We were impressed by the outstanding quality across all categories. This year we received the largest number of entries yet.
The ANZIAs recognise organisations, businesses and individuals who excel in delivering accessible, innovative, informative and secure resources to a diverse and wide community, on the Internet – both in Australia and New Zealand.
The finalists for the six categories are:

Access and Digital Skills
• Digital Journey
• N4L (Network for Learning)
• Optus - Digital Thumbprint Program
• UEB Online

Diversity
• Australasian College for Emergency Medicine
• Australian Indigenous Alcohol and Other Drugs Knowledge Centre
• Epilepsy Action Australia (EAA)/Yarning Epilepsy

Information
• Govt.nz
• Justice Connect Not-for-profit Law
• The Conversation

Innovation
• CareMonkey
• Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS)
• StartSomeGood

Security and online safety
• Cybersmart Program - #GameOn
• Learn with iiNet Workshops
• Optus - Digital Thumbprint Program
• The eSmart Digital Licence

The Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award for Community Websites
• Bathurst Community Website Inc.
• Number 8 Network
• Oxley Residents' Association Website Makeover
• Tamahere Forum
• Vision Motueka Development Trust

Winners for each category will be announced at a gala dinner to be held on Thursday 27 August 2015, in Auckland, New Zealand. If you are interested in tickets for the event, please email info@internetawards.org.au.
For more information about the awards, visit www.internetawards.org.au. You can also 'like' the ANZIA Facebook page.

Congratulations to all our finalists! We are especially happy to welcome the following New Zealand-based finalists:
• Govt.nz - Information
• Vision Motueka Development Trust - The Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award for Community Websites
• Number 8 Network - The Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award for Community Websites
• N4L (Network for Learning) - Access and Digital Skills
• Tamahere Forum - The Leonie Dunbar Memorial Award for Community Websites
• Digital Journey - Access and Digital Skills

ENDS

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