Privacy Policy

Although we do not collect any personal data from you, you should be aware that Advertisers on this site may use Cookies or Web Beacons to track your movements.

Our web hosting company also keeps log files.


Log Files

Nearly all Web site servers use log files. This includes internet service provider (ISP), internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, platform type, referring and exit pages and date/time stamp.

This information may be used to analyse web traffic and user trends, administer the site, track a user’s movement and to gather demographic information.

IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.



Cookies are small files that a website may place on your computer's hard drive to allow a website to identify you. The use of cookies is a common practice on many websites. For example, if you allow a website to remember your login name or password, the website places a cookie on your computer.

Cookies cannot read any other data on your hard drive.

If you don't want to have cookies placed on your hard drive or would like to be notified when a a cookie is being placed on your computer system, your Internet browser may have tools to allow you to configure these options.


Web Beacons

A web beacon, also referred to as a web bug, is a transparent image file that can be used to monitor your navigation around a website or a collection of sites or web pages.

Web beacons are commonly used by sites that utilise third-party services to monitor traffic and to analyse how visitors to a website interact with, and navigate, the content on the pages of a web site.

Privacy software is available that can be used to override web beacons.


Third party Advertisements

We may serve third party advertisements, such as Google adverts, that may use web beacons or cookies in the course of adverts being served by them onto our website, to ascertain how many times you have viewed an advertisement.

No personally identifiable information is provided to third party advertisers for cookie or web beacon use.