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Telecom under attack from Labour
ICT spokesperson assaults telco for UFB bid, monopolistic practices.
TUANZ Innovation Awards presented
Industry association rewards rural broadband initiative - but which way did the public vote?
InternetNZ backs Barcamp 'Unconference'
Developers rejoice! The fifth Barcamp now has a platinum sponsor.
TUANZ Innovation Awards finalists announced
The 2011 TUANZ Innovation Awards finalists have been announced.
The TechDay Weekender - May 21st 2011
All the news from the week in one spot.
Zero cost to taxpayers for UFB regulation says Joyce
Joyce estimates zero taxpayer cost as result of UFB regulatory holiday backdown.
Joyce backs down from UFB regulatory holiday - Updated
The regulatory holiday on wholesale prices for UFB will be replaced with contractual mechanisms.
The TechDay Weekender - May 14th 2011
A much calmer week than last but with the Google I/O conference, major acquisitions by Microsoft and underhanded tactics from Facebook, Silicon Valley provided all the drama we need.
TUANZ announces leadership panel line-up
TUANZ announces the leadership panel line-up for its Telecommunications Day event
TUANZ looks forward to special day
The Telco group gears up for 25th anniversary celebrations and a chock-full Telecommunications Day programme
TUANZ call for entries
Be in to win with the TUANZ Innovation Awards - entries close May 23.
Telco groups pitch Special Access Undertaking approach to UFB
The party of 11 Kiwi telcos and consumer advocate groups suggest "win-win" alternatives to a regulatory holiday.
Kiwi telcos and consumer groups fight UFB bill
An 11-strong group of telecommunications companies and consumer advocate groups have opposed the government's ultra fast broadband bill.
Groups call for telco law changes
TUANZ, Consumer NZ, Federated Farmers and InternetNZ call on Parliament for changes to legislation currently being considered.
Fibre Watch: Holiday from hell
Steven Joyce rejects industry outrage over the regulatory holiday provisions of the Telco Amendment Bill, accusing his critics of "jumping at shadows".
Fibre Watch: Will Chorus 2 be government-owned?
It could be a case of back to the future as the government leaves the door open to taking a stake in Telecom's UFB business.
Telco Bill extension granted
TUANZ and InternetNZ succeed in getting an extension to submissions on the Teleco Amendment Bill.
Govt could buy back Telecom shares
Proposed change to the Telecommunications Amendment Bill could allow the government to buy back parts of Telecom.
TUANZ, InternetNZ seek extension to Telco Bill submissions
More time is needed to review the changes which go far beyond separating Telecom's business in two, says TUANZ.
Free ultra-fast broadband guide out now
Download a free, government-endorsed guide to understanding the benefits of ultra-fast broadband.
Rob Spray joins Zintel Cogent
The ex-Chief Executive Officer of the Telecommunications Industry Group takes up NTO role.
Vodafone comms manager is new TUANZ CEO
TUANZ has confirmed that Paul Brislen will take up the Chief Executive role in the new year.
Rob Spray resigns from TIG - Updated
New role to be announced next week, Spray rules out TUANZ.
TUANZ Innovation Awards
A glittering awards ceremony at the Langham Hotel in Auckland, in September, unveiled a flurry of deserving companies and individuals, honoured for their ability to drive innovation.