News and Events



25 Jul
I've been paying some attention to the policy releases on Internet issues that political parties have been making as the general election approaches. This is the first of a series of posts that are...
22 Jul
InternetNZ has today released its submission to the Commerce Commission on the Commission's UBA Variants consultation paper, along with a legal opinion that offers some sharp perspectives on Chorus's...
16 Jul
Australia and New Zealand’s leading contributors to the use and development of the Internet have been recognised, with 28 finalists announced in Melbourne last week for the 2014 ANZIAs (Australia and...
3 Jul
InternetNZ today has announced that the programme for next week's NetHui event has been finalised with an array of exciting, thought provoking sessions, panels and keynotes. The programme in its...
2 Jul
InternetNZ has welcomed the announcement of a $65m commitment by Government and its wholly-owned research network REANNZ towards the construction of a new trans-Pacific fibre cable by prospective...
19 Jun
NetHui 2014 continues to come together as more announcements can be made about the programme. This year’s major panel will be made up of some of Oceania’s brightest minds discussing the future of the...
17 Jun
This week is Connect Smart Week. It should be the turning point for a lot of people in getting smarter online. As a partner in Connect Smart Week, InternetNZ is a strong advocate for educating people...
13 Jun
For the first time in NetHui history, InternetNZ and Catalyst are pleased to announce that applications are now open for fellowships to attend NetHui 2014 at Sky City, Auckland, July 9-11. There are...
9 Jun
Twelve months ago on Friday last week, a then-unknown NSA analyst released a trove of documents that has impacted the world in a way that is usually the domain of religious screeds. Edward Snowden...
4 Jun
A media release from Steven Joyce yesterday reminded me that policy announcements are still coming out from last month's Budget, and that we are on the cusp of the debate really starting to focus on...