Advertising terms and conditions

1. Payment terms are strictly 30 days.

2. All advertisements are subject to approval by the publisher, who reserves the right to reject any advertiser deemed inappropriate.

3. The publisher accepts no responsibility for any loss resulting from the failure of an advertisement due, in full or part, to any error in an advertisement.

4. Artwork must be supplied to the specifications of the media kit. The publisher reserves the right to change incorrectly supplied artwork without notification to the advertiser and will pass on associated costs to the advertiser.

5. The publisher takes no responsibility whatsoever for errors in supplied artwork files.

6. Cancellations need to be received in writing at least 4 weeks before the issue booking deadline for print. Cancellations for digital activity need to be received in writing at least 6 weeks before the activity live date. Cancellations after the booking deadline will be charged at the full booking rate. Cancellations for activity in series bookings will be discussed with the Advertising Manager on a case-by-case basis but may affect rates for any other bookings.

7. The advertiser and its agents warrant the material supplied complies with all relevant laws and regulations and indemnifies the publisher against any and all claims for damages, costs, compensation, copyright or any liability whatsoever including defamation, slander, breach of copyright, infringement of trademarks, business names and patents arising from publication.

8. The publisher will measure online display and banner advertising (including impressions delivered and clicks achieved) through its own ad-serving systems. Results from Customer or third party ad-servers will not be accepted for the purposes of billing and assessment of advertising.

9. The publisher is not liable for any loss, damages or liabilities arising from a failure of the internet or any telecommunications structure.

10. The publisher protects personal information it holds from misuse, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure by various means, including firewalls, password access, and secure servers.

11. The publisher collects a customer’s information to provide the advertising services to the customer and for invoicing purposes. The publisher may disclose this information to its related companies, to credit reporting agencies and other third parties as part of provision of the advertising. Where a customer has an overdue account, the publisher may disclose personal information to debt collection agencies to recover the amount due.