News and events


12 Jun
... is a question I've been working on a lot recently, and in particular through a number of engagements that I'd like to tell you all about.  InternetNZ has an interest in rural connectivity...
12 Jun
Attracting a more diverse group of people to get involved and have their say on Internet issues is a major focus for NetHui 2015’s organisers. Now in its fifth year, NetHui is a 3-day event is...
10 Jun
InternetNZ is proud to announce that applications are now open for fellowships to attend NetHui 2015 at Sky City, Auckland, July 8-10. NetHui fellowships offer financial help for travel,...
10 Jun
auDA and InternetNZ are pleased to announce 22 finalists for the 2015 Australia and New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIAs), who are all making a positive contribution to the use and...
9 Jun
InternetNZ has today welcomed the release of new proposals by Communications Minister Amy Adams to improve the rollout of Ultra Fast Broadband.    "These proposed land access changes would remove...
8 Jun
This is a guest post from Jay Daley, CEO of NZRS. It follows on from my blog post: Post-Council: Business development, technical research, NZRS and InternetNZ   There's been a bit of confusion in the...
8 Jun
As part of ongoing improvements to internal comms, I'll be blogging ‘Post-Council’ on the operational impact or background of a specific Council decision after each Council meeting. This is the...
5 Jun
Exploring how the Internet is influencing Kiwis’ lives now, and what our digital future holds, are the central themes of this year’s NetHui event. Registrations for NetHui 2015, at SkyCity in...
15 May
This year’s NetHui will be held 8-10 July at Sky City in Auckland. The broad theme this year is “The Internet is Everybody’s Business”, and, as we tend to, we're looking for the diverse NetHui ...
5 May
InternetNZ is pleased to announce the recipients of its latest Community Grants funding round focused on Internet research. The recipients are: Tony Garry, University of Otago: $26,000 for a...