News and Events



3 Aug
InternetNZ welcomes the announcement by Communications Minister Amy Adams today that  six New Zealand companies have been selected as finalists in this year’s World Summit Awards.   These awards,...
31 Jul
31 July 2015 InternetNZ held its Annual General Meeting last night and its members voted on a new Council for InternetNZ.   Jamie Baddeley was successfully re-elected as President and Joy Liddicoat...
30 Jul
The TPP, transparency and minimising the downside for the Internet community Lately we’ve been asking ourselves what should we at InternetNZ be doing about the TPP. If it's seemed like we've been a...
23 Jul
23 July 2015 Today marks the launch of a new broadband map that will allow New Zealanders to see what broadband technologies are, or will be, available to them.  The map was launched by...
17 Jul
This Guest Post is from InternetNZ Member, Don Hollander. The domain name space is changing – both globally and within New Zealand – and we’re not keeping up. For years the domain name space...
16 Jul
Phew, so another NetHui done. I had a truly incredible time at this year's NetHui - thank you to all of you that I met and talked with - and apologies to all of you that I didn't! I loved watching...
15 Jul
In a separate post I’ve set out an update of what is at stake in the debate about the IANA stewardship transition and the ICANN accountability discussion.  This post looks at three key topics that...
15 Jul
ICANN. IANA. Accountability. Stewardship. Transition. These words together have deep meaning to many of those who participate in or follow global Internet governance. They are also, to be honest,...
9 Jul
Here is the prepared-for-delivery version of my Scene Setting speech at NetHui 2015, for those interested. Transcripts and video of all sessions are coming later - check http://2015.nethui.nz/ for...
9 Jul
InternetNZ is excited to announce applications are now open for a new community grants round to advance its vision of a better world through a better Internet. InternetNZ has a total of $100,000...