News and events


11 Apr
11 April 2017 New Zealand's new Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT NZ) opens its doors today, and InternetNZ is welcoming the day with open arms. CERT NZ is up and running to support businesses,...
10 Apr
A blog post from Andrew Cushen, Deputy Chief Executive at InternetNZ The second phase of the Rural Broadband Initiative (let’s call it RBI-2) aims to address the challenge of providing better...
3 Apr
On Tuesday last week, the Intelligence and Security Act 2017 was signed into law. We participated in both the independent review and Select Committee processes that have led us to this new law. Some...
30 Mar
A guest blog post by Linda Lew, 2016/17 conference attendance grant recipient. It just so happened the day I landed in Washington DC for the 2016 OpenCon was the day after the US election results...
29 Mar
Recently we hosted our first Speaker Series event for 2017, Emergencies and the Internet. The event was topical, drawing on experiences from the recent Kaikoura earthquake felt throughout most of...
23 Mar
New research reveals that New Zealanders want faster home Internet, and are ready to move on from old-fashioned copper connections. The survey by UMR Research, commissioned by InternetNZ,...
22 Mar
Over the weekend Projectr hosted New Zealand’s first (and best ever!) mixed reality hackathon where teams of interested Wellingtonians came together to build a mixed reality experience, app or game...
16 Mar
Guest blog by Lorraine Williamson, Principal of Opunake Primary. A group of four rural schools in the South Taranaki region have made a commitment to explore new technologies and how to best...
13 Mar
This is a repost of a November 2011 guest post from Debbie Monahan, Domain Name Commissioner, DNCL (a wholly-owned subsidiary of InternetNZ), in the context of the 2011 London Conference on...
13 Mar
Guest blog by Nicole Ferguson, CEO of REANNZ If you live in New Zealand and want to connect to the Internet, you’ve got a few choices for who to go to. Some promise faster speeds, or a cheaper...