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Shortland Street Fan Awards

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Voting for this year's Shortland Street Fan Awards is in full swing, with almost 30,000 votes received so far. It's not too late to have your say, with voting continuing until November 28.

Who will take out the top honors this year? Will Faye Smythe take out the Hottest Female award for the third year in a row? Will the most missed character be last year's big winner Joey Henderson, or will it be Craig Valentine, Toni Warner or Justine Jones?

The race for favourite new character is currently close between Morgan Braithwaite, Kingi Te Wake, Ethan Pierce and Brooke Freeman.

Do fans love or hate newcomer pair Brooke Freeman and Ethan Pierce? Which one loved couple have slipped in popularity? Will Libby and Kieran scoop favourite couple or will Tracey and Kip? Which female character is currently topping both the best dressed and worst dressed awards list?

Which recently departed character would fans most like to bring back - Justine Jones, Hone Ropata or Guy Warner?

It's not too late to have your say on these awards and more, with voting continuing until November 28.

Visit today to cast your votes.

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