News and events



22 Sep
22 September 2016 InternetNZ is incredibly pleased to see Spark launch a new service - Spark Jump -  that will help to increase digital inclusion in New Zealand. Spark will offer families at risk...
19 Sep
The weekly blog by the Issues Team The UK has just set up a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), which is based in London, but is a business unit of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ...
12 Sep
What do we have this week…  New cables! Old email! Interest piqued?  Read on. On your marks, get set…. Cables! Whenever people talk about the cables connecting New Zealand to the rest of the...
9 Sep
Telecommunications from 2020: “To UFB, and Beyond!” The Internet creates lots of great opportunities for communication and for commerce - but that’s no good if you can’t get a good Internet service...
8 Sep
8 September 2016 InternetNZ welcomes the news that Chorus will allow its fibre users to access Gigabit speeds. Chorus' gigabit service will be in effect from October 2016, allowing download speeds of...
6 Sep
A blog post from Jordan Carter, InternetNZs Chief Executive Every year we enter into strategic partnerships with organisations that align with our vision and goals. We work with these partners on a...
5 Sep
Issues Team Blogs go out on Mondays, but more often than not they get written on Sundays...This Sunday was of course Fathers' Day, so I thought that I'd give the blog a bit of a family flavour......
1 Sep
A blog post from Ellen Strickland, Community Programme Director at InternetNZ1 September 2016 We are very excited to have Niels ten Oever visiting New Zealand next week. Niels is an international...
30 Aug
Five New Zealand businesses have received awards for excellence online at the Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA's) in Melbourne last night. The ANZIA's are an annual event, held...
29 Aug
Kia ora kōtou (yay, my keyboard FINALLY debugged my macron issue) and welcome to the issues team's weekly update on the access, use and trust articles that have caught our eye. Italians asked to open...