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09:46 20 September 2010

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choose your favourite by phone, text or post

IT’S time again to choose the Hackney tot to melt all our hearts in the Gazette’s 2010 Cute Kids’ Competition.

Voting is now underway in the annual contest. The first batch of entrants appear in this week’s Hackney Gazette and further photos of all the entrants will be published over the next few weeks.

You can vote for your favourite by phone or text or post and you can vote as many times as you want for the same or a different cute kid.

Each entrant has a unique four-digit code which you will find with each picture.

To vote by phone call 0901 134 2380 and follow the instructions. To vote by text, text the word HKBABY followed by a space and then the four-digit code of your chosen entrant to 87080.

To vote by post fill in the coupon in the Gazette and return it to the |Gazette at the address supplied.

Lines close at midnight on October 29,2010.

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