Announcing this year’s shortlists
After the first phase of judging in this year’s People’s Choice Awards, our two expert judging panels have agreed on their shortlists.
Who made it to our Best shortlist?
The following nominations have been shortlisted for our People’s Choice — Best Plain English Communication Award:
- Accuro Health Insurance — www.accuro.co.nz
- Commonsense Organics — commonsenseorganics.co.nz
- Simplicity — simplicity.kiwi
- Simplicity Classrooms — simplicity.kiwi/learn/classrooms
- Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment — www.tenancy.govt.nz
- Western Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation — www.wboppho.org.nz/why-you-should-enrol
Who made it to our Worst shortlist?
The following nominations have been shortlisted for our People’s Choice — Worst Brainstrain Award:
- Auckland City Council — Proposed Plan Change letter
- Christchurch City Council — Te Wai Ora o Tāne Draft Integrated Water Strategy
- Rabo Capital Securities Limited — Redemption Notice letter
What happens next
Our judges will review all shortlisted entries in greater detail. They’ll then decide on this year’s finalists.
We’ll announce the finalists on Thursday, 17 October.
Our media partner, Newsroom, will announce this year’s winners on their website on Thursday, 28 November.
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