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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet wins Australia and New Zealand Internet Award

Date posted: 18 October 2011

Neil Thomson with awardThe Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet has won the 'diversity' category of the 2011 Australian and New Zealand Internet Awards (the ANZIAs) which were announced this week in Melbourne.

The awards celebrate exceptional contributions by businesses, organisations and individuals to the development and use of the Internet in Australia and New Zealand. The ANZIAs are a collaboration between the .au Domain Administration (auDA) and InternetNZ, and are adjudicated by an independent panel of experts from both countries. Winners are identified in six categories: information; diversity; innovation; security and privacy; internet access and digital skills; and IPv6.

'The ANZIA's honour innovators from a highly diverse range of organisations that have set new standards for making the Internet a more inclusive, accessible and safe place,' said Chris Disspain, auDA CEO. 'In a highly competitive online environment, these initiatives have developed creative and effective ways to reach customers, deliver services and enhance the online experience of Australians and New Zealanders.'

The 2011 ANZIA winners and highly commended entries in each category are:




Security and Privacy:

Internet Access and Digital Skills:



Last updated: 24 October 2011
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