News and events


9 Apr
9 April 2020 InternetNZ is offering to host an online meeting next week to help work through the issues with contact tracing technology. It today also releases two documents to help inform the...
8 Apr
What can you do during lockdown that doesn’t require you to go out and about? Starting your blog! Blogging is a very popular form of communicating over the Internet. It lets you share your passions...
8 Apr
8 April 2020InternetNZ is pleased to see the Government’s announcement today that electronic devices and hard copy education packs will be sent out to school students in COVID-19 lockdown as part of...
7 Apr
We’re now into the second week of lock down throughout the country, and it’s been a big change for everyone to get used to. The staff at InternetNZ have been working to keep everything running as...
1 Apr
Remote working has become the reality for many businesses and workers across New Zealand, and it’s been a massive shift for many. Adapting to a new way of working and - in some cases - brand new...
1 Apr
1 April 2020In response to: Chorus ready to support students in households without broadband Comments can be attributed to Jordan Carter, Chief Executive, InternetNZ. InternetNZ is pleased to see...
27 Mar
27 March 2020 A blog post by Andrew Cushen, Outreach and Engagement Director at InternetNZ. We’ve recently stepped out our new strategic framework for InternetNZ, and it’s centered around two core...
23 Mar
Working from home is becoming a reality for more workers across the country, and there are differing opinions on whether that’s good or bad. Even those who might enjoy the idea of remote working at...
17 Mar
17 March 2020 InternetNZ is today calling on the Government and Internet Service Providers to ensure all New Zealanders are able to be online as part of the COVID-19 response.  This is important...
12 Mar
A blog post by Jordan Carter, Chief Executive, InternetNZ March 2020 On 15 March 2019, the Internet was weaponised as part of the terrorist attacks on the Muslim communities of Christchurch. The hurt...