The Government today marks the successful completion of the Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) roll-out, one of New Zealand’s largest infrastructure deployment projects to date.
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An advisory group established to advise the Government on how to maximise the benefits of digital and data-driven technologies will wind up this month.
New Zealand’s game developers will receive an immediate funding boost to help support the growth of local studios beyond the current Dunedin centre.
Some of New Zealand’s most remote communities will receive broadband for the first time thanks to a new Government-led initiative.
A strategy which sets out New Zealand’s vision and plan for harnessing the potential of the digital economy has been unveiled today.
The Government has marked another milestone in its push for better rural connectivity, welcoming the delivery of Rural Connectivity Group’s (RCG) 350th tower.
More New Zealand homes, businesses and communities will soon benefit from fast and reliable connectivity, regardless of where they live, study and work.
A major effort to upgrade capacity on congested rural broadband networks has been unveiled by the Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications, David Clark.
Digital Economy and Communications Minister David Clark has today released the digital technologies sector draft Industry Transformation Plan for consultation.
An historic agreement recognising Māori interests in radio spectrum has been signed at Parliament today.
The OECD’s 2022 Economic Survey for New Zealand has recognised the Government’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic, noting that the country has one of the lowest mortality rates in the world while the economy has proved strong and resilient.
Border class exceptions for 600 much-needed specialist tech workers have been announced today by the Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications, Dr David Clark.
World class mobile and broadband services have been switched on for the 663 residents of the Chatham Islands.
Making it easier for New Zealanders to safely prove who they are digitally and control who has access to that information is one step closer to becoming law.
Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications Dr David Clark welcomes Amazon’s Web Services’ (AWS) decision to establish a Cloud Region on New Zealand shores, further boosting New Zealand’s growing digital sector, and providing a vote of confidence in the direction of New Zealand’s economic recovery.