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Fibre a boost for economy
Northland is emerging as a leader
in ultrafast broadband thanks to a
unique fibre network laid by
Telecom has signed a wholesale
Northpower Fibre to deliver fibre-
based services to Whangarei.
The agreement is touted as cre-
ating economic value for North-
land. It will enable Telecom and
Gen-i to provide Whangarei
homes and businesses with the
full benefits of ultrafast
Northpower Fibre is the
Government s partner responsible
for delivering a fibre network in
Whangarei, as part of the national
ultrafast broadband initiative.
Northpower Fibre chief execu-
tive officer Darren Mason says the
initiative is a significant project
for Whangarei and is a major
opportunity for Northland to lead
from the front as the first region
in New Zealand to embrace
An open access fibre network
like ours is a huge enabler and
will be a great tool for businesses,
schools, hospitals and individuals
-- providing faster data transfer,
ease of video conferencing, a
greater array of services and
improved efficiencies, he says.
Northpower Fibre as one of the
first companies contracted by the
Crown in late 2010 to build an
ultrafast broadband fibre net-
By June 2014, Northpower
Fibre will take fibre past the doors
of almost 20,000 premises in and
around central Whangarei.
Fibre is the future and will be
invaluable for the local economy.
Our partnership with Retail Ser-
vice Providers such as Telecom
and Gen-i allows us to take
advantage of this opportunity,
Mr Mason says.
Acting Telecom chief executive
officer Chris Quin says ultrafast
broadband will enable Whangarei
businesses and government
agencies to boost productivity,
increase efficiencies, reduce costs
and be more flexible. It powers
solutions such as video
conferencing, online collaboration
tools and cloud computing.
Tenders for mineral exploration
The tender process to
manage competitive in-
minerals exploration in
Northland is under way.
The opening of the ten-
der for exploration
permits follows the pub-
lic release of more than
13,500 square kilometres
of airborne aeromagnetic
data gathered in 2011,
and supporting inter-
pretations of the data by
Northland is a region
with minerals potential,
says David Binnie, gen-
eral manager of New
Zealand Petroleum &
Minerals, a branch of the
Ministry of Economic
The tender process
will allocate exploration
permits to companies
that can best develop
them and ascertain if
there are commercially
viable mineral deposits.
The minerals explo-
ration companies now
have six months to
evaluate the data and
submit five-year, staged,
exploration work pro-
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