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New Zealand Internet Research Forum 2017

New Zealand Internet Research Forum 2017 - Registrations open

Registrations for this year's New Zealand Internet Research Forum are open.

The Forum will be held on 8 November, the day before NetHui 2017 - as part of the NetHui umbrella. You can register for free by selecting the first event here: https://nethui-2017.lilregie.com/step1 you can also register there for NetHui 2017 should you want to come along!

The programme for this year will be finalised soon, and in the meantime you can check out last year's programme for an idea of what goes on at the NZIRF.

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