News and events


8 Aug
8 August 2017 Today the Government released draft legislation to regulate wholesale telecommunications networks. It confirms new measures to protect consumer interests, to support better service...
31 Jul
A blog post from Ellen Strickland, Community Programme Director of InternetNZ 31 July 2017 We have been gathering thoughts about the NetHui 2017 programme and I am excited to read the dozens of ideas...
28 Jul
A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ 28 July 2017 InternetNZ held its Annual General Meeting last night and our members voted on four Council positions.   We are governed...
14 Jul
A blog from Sarah George, Communications Advisor at InternetNZ14 July 2017 The first week of the school holidays saw 30 Taranaki students take on solving Internet connectivity issues in their own...
13 Jul
A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive at InternetNZ13 July 2017 Today's a day to act in support of a fundamental element of the open Internet.  When Donald Trump became American president...
30 Jun
30 June 2016 Today InternetNZ - alongside 83 organisations and individuals from Five Eyes countries Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States - signed onto an open...
29 Jun
29 June 2017 InternetNZ today welcomes the Government's terms of reference for a review of New Zealand copyright law. "Getting the copyright balance right is key for unlocking the creative potential...
26 Jun
A blog post from Ben Creet, Issues Manager at InternetNZ26 June This week the Five Eyes (US, UK, Canada, Australian and New Zealand signals intelligence agencies) are meeting and according to public...
6 Jun
A guest blog post by Jonathan Brewer, 2016/17 conference attendance grant recipient. People ask me what APRICOT stands for a couple times a year or more. I spell out the acronym, and they tune out....
1 Jun
1 June 2017 InternetNZ has begun analysing final decisions on the review of the Telecommunication Act announced by the Government today. “Our initial take is that the changes Minister Bridges has...