Privacy policy and disclosure statement


Our privacy policy is intended to represent industry practice and comply with any obligations under the various privacy acts. We will respect your privacy and the security of your email address and other personal information and we will not disclose any of this information to third parties without your consent.

Our server logs information about the pages that have been accessed and documents downloaded. This information is held in aggregate, statistical form and is used by us to develop our website. If you become a subscriber, we will also ask for your name, address and basic contact details. If at any time you want to know exactly what information is held about you can access this information by sending us an email via our contact page.

We will respond to any request within 14 days. Equally, if you wish to unsubscribe or have information deleted, let us know in the same manner.


Our website uses cookies to identify your browsing session. The cookie does not contain any personal information and does not track your path through this site or any other sites. Also, they are set to expire when your session has finished so they do not track how many times you log in or store the times and dates of multiple logins.

Security of personal information

We will endeavor to take all reasonable steps to keep your information secure at all times. However, no data transmissions can be 100% safe and we therefore cannot guarantee that all information will be secure at all times. Consequently we cannot be held responsible for events arising from unauthorised access to your information.

Questions and complaints

If you have any concerns, questions or complaints about security issues, please contact us through our contacts page clearly stating the nature of your concern.