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ESET NetGuide Web Awards finalists have been announced!

25 Nov 14

What are the favourite Kiwi websites? New Zealanders around the country have had their say by voting in the 2014 ESET NetGuide Web Awards and the finalists have been announced!

This year there are 22 categories, covering everything from Best News Site to Best Entertainment Site - and that's just the tip of the iceberg.

From all of these categories, the website that receives the most votes will be named the overall winner.

The best of the best will be revealed at the awards ceremony on December 2 at the Hilton Hotel, hosted by the one, the only, Urzila Carlson.

If you’d like to attend the festivities, tickets are $70 each. Head along with a group, buy five tickets and get the sixth free. Don't miss out and book your tickets today.

To find out more about Eset, visit their website.

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