The first week of the school holidays saw 30 Taranaki students take on solving Internet connectivity issues in their own backyard.
Today's a day to act in support of a fundamental element of the open Internet. Read on...
This week the Five Eyes are meeting and according to public statements they will be discussing UK and Australian proposals to "do something" about encryption.
People ask me what APRICOT stands for a couple times a year or more. I spell out the acronym, and they tune out. It's a mouthful for sure! What's important is that it's a meeting meant for the people...
Vodafone, Spark and 2degrees normally slug it out on a daily basis to deliver hotter prices, better value and more services to New Zealanders. It’s a fiercely competitive arrangement that has worked...
We partner with a number of organisations that share our vision for the Internet in New Zealand. We have recently expanded our partnerships and now work with six organisations that share our passion...
A guest blog from Matthew Harrison, Chair, Wireless Internet Service Providers Association of NZ
A guest blog from Chorus as part of the RBI2 bids blog series
We are very excited to announce the successful applicants for the latest Internet research grants.
The second phase of the Rural Broadband Initiative (let’s call it RBI-2) aims to address the challenge of providing better Internet to rural New Zealanders.