News and events


6 Oct
InternetNZ is delighted with the announcement that Minister Adams will continue in her role as Communications Minister, and congratulates her on her promotion to the government’s front bench.  The...
2 Oct
I've been thinking a lot about the General Election results and what they mean for the Internet in New Zealand.  First off, we want to congratulate the National Party on their win. We've had a...
22 Sep
New Zealand's Internet forum, NetHui, is coming to the South Island in November. 21-22 November in Christchurch will see a gathering of South Islanders interested in shaping the future of the...
18 Sep
Our third post profiling party election policies deals with the Green Party and the Internet Party. The Greens have released a fairly comprehensive ICT policy (which can be read in its entirety here...
18 Sep
Things often come in threes - last week was no exception. One of our team members spoke with an international investment group keen to understand the current telco regulatory environment in NZ, read...
16 Sep
In continuing our scan of ICT policies from the major political parties in Election ’14, this post looks at the National Party and United Future. Again, our goal in these posts is not to be...
12 Sep
In July this year, InternetNZ released our Election '14 and the Internet document, outlining seven key Internet issues for focus and discussion during this year's election and over the next three...
8 Sep
InternetNZ  isn't surprised by the Court of Appeal's decision in rejecting Chorus' attempts to overrule the High Court. As is its right, Chorus sought leave to appeal the High Court's ruling on the...
8 Sep
Recently, I had the pleasure of being able to attend the Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (the ANZIAs) and the Australian Internet Governance Forum meetings. These events are handy points...
4 Sep
InternetNZ is pleased to see the Government is investing further in the roll-out of the Ultra Fast Broadband network, now making plans for it to be rolled out to 80 per cent of the country, rather...