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Amy Adams address: Wellington Privacy Forum
Justice Minister Amy Adams addressed the Wellington Privacy Forum with a focus data privacy, sharing and the Privacy Act.
It's official: 1.2 million Kiwis now have access to faster internet
“Access to better broadband means more New Zealand businesses and students can make the most of the digital economy.”
NZ Govt invests $22.2 million into cyber security
“Our national CERT will be a key piece of New Zealand’s cyber security architecture. It will be the central place for businesses to go for help."
Rolleston leading the pack in UFB adoption
“It’s a fitting accolade that New Zealand’s town of the future should be leading Ultra-Fast Broadband adoption."
$26m redevelopment for Takapuna Grammar School begins
Takapuna Grammar School is set to start a major redevelopment worth $26 million that will vast improvement to the school's digital learning spaces.
Fibre unbundling will unlock full potential of UFB, says Vodafone
Vodafone is welcoming confirmation from the Government that the promise to open fibre networks to increased competition will remain.
Hamilton's $85 million UFB build comes to an end
The rollout has taken close to five years with a price tag that exceeds $85 million.
Further changes to speed up apartment UFB connections
“Half a million New Zealanders live in multi-dwelling units and apartments and I want all New Zealanders who can access UFB to be able to do so."
It’s official: Tauranga is all fibred up
"Access to faster and more reliable broadband is vital in opening up opportunities for those living in Tauranga.”
UFB demand strong, says Amy Adams
"All the indicators are that demand for UFB is strong, not just in the cities, but in our provincial towns too."
New Zealand sitting pretty on global broadband stage
“These recent OECD statistics reflect the ongoing positive developments we’re making in New Zealand’s connectivity."
UFB installs to be faster and less painful, Govt says
“New Zealanders want changes made to make it easier and quicker to connect to UFB."
Christchurch: NZ's IoT and smart city extraordinaire?
"Cantabrians are taking to UFB with gusto, with almost one-fifth of all orders in New Zealand in December coming from Christchurch alone."
Govt signs off another UFB completion
New Plymouth has joined the growing list of New Zealand towns with access to the Government's Ultra Fast Broadband.
Safer Internet Day: promoting digital safety
"Without trust, we won't get close to realising the full potential that technology can deliver."
Spark and Vodafone show commitment with new cell towers
Mobile coverage has been expanded more than 1700 square kilometres of rural areas previously without coverage via 15 new cell towers.
Govt's RBI gaining speed
More rural New Zealanders are experiencing blistering internet speeds thanks to Rural Broadband Initiative towers being upgraded to 4G.
Govt completes its school broadband plan
“Just in time for Term One, 97% of schools covering 99.7% of students are now able to connect to Ultra-Fast Broadband."
NZ's most remote schools now have fast internet access
“Our rural communities are just as important as our major centres and the RSBI programme reaffirms our commitment to reducing the digital divide."
Govt UFB programme reaches 200,000 Kiwi businesses
"That’s over 200,000 individual firms, stores and traders who now have a massive opportunity to compete on the world stage.”
UFB build complete in Masterton
Better connectivity will help create more jobs and improve health and education outcomes across the Wairarapa region.
RBI taking off in the regions, according to Govt
More than 270,000 rural addresses can now connect to the Rural Broadband Initiative, with 255,000 addresses able to connect to fixed wireless RBI.
About to appear in court? Book a text message reminder for the day...
A new text message reminder service has gone live ensuring those appearing in court have one less excuse for failing to appear.
Amy Adams shuts down Labour potshots at RBI
Amy Adams says it is “becoming increasingly clear that facts are not wholly important to Ms Curran”.