Key contacts for more information:

Ellen Strickland
Community & Collaboration Lead

Krystal Waine
Events Lead

Campbell Gardiner
Communications Lead


Digital activist Quinn Norton to keynote NetHui 2013

By campbell, 20 May 2013

InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is proud to announce that one of the world’s foremost digital activists will visit New Zealand this July to deliver the international keynote at NetHui 2013. US-based technology journalist and blogger Quinn Norton is best known for her work covering the global hacker collective Anonymous. She has written extensively on… Read more >>

Registrations open for NetHui 2013!

By campbell, 9 May 2013

InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is pleased to announce that registrations for NetHui 2013 – New Zealand’s largest and most-inclusive Internet-related conference – are now open. Registrations cost a low $40 including GST. A registration form is available online at This year, NetHui is being held for the first time in Wellington. Up to… Read more >>

NetHui 2013 – Expressions of Interest sought

By campbell, 21 February 2013

We are calling for Expressions of Interest from those keen to be involved with NetHui 2013 as volunteers or stream leaders / facilitators. We are also interested in your programme suggestions. An Expression of Interest / Feedback form is available below. Please help us shape NetHui 2013 by filling this out and giving us your… Read more >>

Open Internet focus at NetHui 2013

By campbell, 16 February 2013

The whys and wherefores of the Open Internet will be placed under the microscope at this year’s NetHui – packaged in an exciting conference format that will feature two days of streamed discussion, a wrap-up panel day, and associated events involving community partners. Save the date! NetHui 2013 8 – 10 July Wellington Town Hall…. Read more >>

NetHui Coming to Wellington in 2013

By Krystal, 17 January 2013

We are pleased to announce that this year NetHui will be held in the Wellington. This conference will again bring together the many different sectors and communities with an interest in the Internet to discuss the hot issues, network with each other, and provide a fertile ground for collaboration.