News and events


16 Apr
Tuesday 16 April 2019 A blog post by Jordan Carter, InternetNZ Chief Executive Since the Christchurch mosque terrorist attack of 15 March, organisations all over Aotearoa have been responding to the...
8 Apr
Our Policy Team has just written a huge submission on the Government's review of copyright. So what are the issues and why do they matter? Here's the really short version: our 25-year-old copyright...
3 Apr
3 April, 2019A blog post by Jordan Carter, InternetNZ Chief ExecutiveOn 29 March, our Council signed off InternetNZ's Annual Plan and Budget for the year last Friday, 29th March. This plan includes...
1 Apr
1 April 2019A blog post by Caleb Smith, Support Analyst, Domain Name Commission Did you know, over 16% of New Zealand’s population is enrolled in school? In 2018, this was well over 800,000...
29 Mar
29 March 2019A blog post from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ  I keep coming back to the phrase, and the haunting drawing to which the phrase was attached, as I reflect on the terrorist...
28 Mar
28 March 2019 InternetNZ is calling on Internet Service Providers and Chorus to reach an agreement on reasonable pricing for fibre unbundling — and quickly. Today, Chorus announced prices for their...
22 Mar
A new study funded by InternetNZ shows that aged care residents are dependent on family and friends to keep them digitally connected. Senior citizens are more digitally connected than ever. However...
13 Mar
13 March 2019A blog post by Jordan Carter, InternetNZ Chief Executive Wi-Fi: Use it, don’t? This question has often occurred to me when flying to a conference - or sitting at it. The seductive...
6 Mar
Councillors/Members, The news of Chris O'Connell's passing is altogether too soon. I would like to speak from a personal perspective. I bumped into Chris well over a decade ago, if memory serves me...
11 Feb
A blog post by Tracy Johnson, Channel Manager at InternetNZ. I recently attended my third NamesCon Global - an annual domain industry conference which draws nearly 1,300 delegates from around the...