From 1pm, 30 September 2014 there’ll be more choice in .nz domain names. People will be able to register shorter, simpler names immediately before .nz – as well as the more familiar-looking options like ‘.co.nz’ and ‘.org.nz’.
Learn more about this change at anyname.nz.
The Domain Name Commission (DNC) manages the .nz domain name space and protects the interests and rights of everyone who uses it.
.nz is our home. It allows us to be instantly found online and shows that we are unique. By choosing a .nz domain name, you are choosing an online address specific to the New Zealand identity.
On our website you’ll find resources about registering .nz domain names as well as information about what to do if you’ve a concern about the management of your own domain name.
We’re here to help so if you need further assistance, or you see something that you think we can improve on, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Domain Name Commissioner