Online Terms And Conditions

These terms are issued by Waiuku Publishing Limited (“The Post”) and are effective from July 1st, 2014. They cover the use of our website – thepostnewspaper.co.nz. Use includes visits to our sites, purchases on our sites, participation in our database and promotions, placing or submitting any notices or advertising and signing up for any of our promotions.

These terms of use apply to you when you use our websites. Please read these terms carefully – if you need to refer to them again they can be accessed from the link at the bottom of any page of our websites.

About Us

This website is owned and operated by Waiuku Publishing Limited. If you wish to contact us please: Phone: 0064 9 235 7835 Monday – Friday 9am – 4.30pm
Email: info@thepost.nz or Visit us at 18 Bowen Street Waiuku, 2123 Auckland, New Zealand.

If you wish to contact us outside office hours please do so via email and we will respond to all queries on our return.

1. Content

While we endeavour to supply accurate information on this site, errors and omissions may occur. Waiuku Publishing Limited (“The Post”) does not accept any liability, direct or indirect, for any loss or damage which may directly or indirectly result from any advice, opinion, information, representation or omission whether negligent or otherwise, contained on this site. You are solely responsible for the actions you take in reliance on the content on, or accessed, through this site.

The Post reserves the right to make changes to the content on this site at any time and without notice.

To the extent permitted by New Zealand law, The Post makes no warranties in relation to the merchantability, fitness for purpose, freedom from computer virus, accuracy or availability of this web site or any other web site.

2. Ordering goods and services from us

When you place an order with us, you are making an offer to buy goods or services. An order is placed on our website via adding a product to the shopping cart and proceeding through our checkout process. The checkout process includes giving us delivery and any other relevant details for your order, entering payment information and submitting your order. The final step consists of a confirmation page with full details of your order, which you are able to print as a receipt of your order

We will send you an e-mail to confirm that we have received and accepted your order, which indicates that your order has been accepted and you may not cancel it.

We will take payment from you when we accept your order

3. Refusing or cancelling orders

We reserve the right to refuse or cancel any orders that we believe, solely by our own judgement, to be not suitable for publication on our website or in The Post Newspaper.

We also reserve the right to refuse or cancel any orders that we believe, solely by our own judgement, to have been placed fraudulently.

While we endeavour to ensure that the price and description of goods or services are accurate if there is an error in the process of listing a product or service on our website or a technical error in the processing of your order we reserve the right to refuse or cancel the order.

Our right to cancel orders applies to orders that have been accepted.

4. Refunds or Credits

If any error in an advertisement is made by The Post, its liability shall only be for such portion of the entire cost of the advertisement as The Post shall determine by evaluating the extent of the error in relation to the entire advertisement. Liability shall not exceed the cost of the ad, and The Post shall not be held liable for more than one correct insertion of any advertisement. The Post Newspaper is not responsible for errors in advertising copy accepted after deadlines or when proof has been approved by the advertiser.
The Post Newspaper is not liable for any printer or registration error.

The Post Newspaper is not responsible for the print quality of camera ready ads that have not followed submission guidelines (see electronic ad submission).

The Post Newspaper will not consider adjustment of payment for any advertisement involving typographical errors or erroneous insertion unless written notice is given to The Post Newspaper within seven (7) days of publication of the ad in question. Advertisers and agencies forwarding insertion orders that contain incorrect rates or conditions are hereby advised that the advertising called for will be inserted and charged in accordance with the rates and terms of this contract and The Post Newspaper’s Rate Card in effect at the time of publication.

Failure to make an order correspond to price or terms will be regarded as a clerical error and the advertising will be inserted without further notification.

5. New Accounts

Any new advertiser, as determined by The Post, agrees to pay in advance for all advertising. Credit will be extended only at the option of The Post. The advertiser must submit a completed credit application before The Post will consider extending credit. The Post Newspaper reserves the right to request full or partial payment in advance or to cancel credit privileges at any time on any account. Tearsheets are mailed on the day of publication if requested. Invoices are also sent on the day of publication if requested.

The advertiser agrees that all bills are due and payable in full within 30 days or 7 days on casual account from the date of publication. Statements are mailed at the end of each calendar month for all outstanding advertising invoices.

A late payment penalty of 2 percent per month will be charged on invoices more than 30 days past due. Any account more than 120 days past due will be placed for collection. The advertiser agrees to pay a reasonable collection/attorney’s fee on the balance due if it becomes necessary to place for collection any bill incurred under this contract. If payment is not made in accordance with the above terms, The Post may refuse to insert further advertising and all bills immediately become due and payable. The Post may apply (without prior notice) all or part of any credit balance with The Post towards satisfaction any amount owing (whether or not due for payment) by me/us to The Post. If at any time any amount is contingently due or is not quantified, The Post may retain and withhold repayment of any credit balance I/we may have with The Post pending such amount becoming due or being quantified.

6. Payment options

In addition to credit card, cash and cheque payments, The Post accepts payment by direct debit.

We currently accept the following credit cards:

Visa
MasterCard

7. Direct Debit payment details

Account Name: Waiuku Publishing Limited / Bank: ANZ / Account Number 06 0477 0097786 00 / Payment Reference: Last Nameor Account Number
8. Pricing & Currency

All prices listed on www.thepostnewspaper.co.nz are in New Zealand dollars and are inclusive of GST. Please note that we reserve the right to alter prices on our websites at any time for any reason. Online and in office pricing may differ.

9. Website and Credit Card Security

We want you to have a safe and secure shopping experience online. All payments via our sites are processed using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol, whereby sensitive information is encrypted to protect your privacy.

You can help to protect your details from unauthorised access by logging out each time you finish using the site, particularly if you are doing so from a public or shared computer.

For security purposes, certain transactions may require proof of identification.

10. Subscriptions and Delivery Charges

If you wish to subscript to The Post Newspaper the following must be taken into account. We only deliver to New Zealand addresses. If you want a subscription delivered outside of New Zealand different charges may apply. Please email usinfo@thepostnewspaper.co.nzfor exact costing.

11. Subscription Delivery Period

Delivery lead time for subscriptions may vary. We will post out your subscription within two days of the paper being printed. Deliveries to rural addresses may take longer than the time indicated.

12. Accessing our service

Other than connecting to The Post Newspaper website by HTTP requests using a web browser, you may not gain access to The Post website servers. You agree not to disrupt, modify or interfere with our websites or services and their associated software, hardware and servers in any way. You also agree not to modify any content or service on The Post Newspaper websites. Furthermore, you agree not to use our sites in any inappropriate or unlawful way.

13. Disclaimer

Our websites are intended to provide information for people looking for news, shopping for advertising in our products and accessing our services, including making purchases via our website and registering on our database to receive e-mails from us.

While we endeavour to supply accurate information on this site, errors and omissions may occur. The Post Newspaper does not accept any liability, direct or indirect, for any loss or damage which may directly or indirectly result from any advice, opinion, information, representation or omission whether negligent or otherwise, contained on this site. You are solely responsible for the actions you take in reliance on the content on, or accessed, through this site.

The Post reserves the right to make changes to the content on this site at any time and without notice.

To the extent permitted by New Zealand law, The Post makes no warranties in relation to the merchantability, fitness for purpose, freedom from computer virus, accuracy or availability of this web site or any other web site.

14. Intellectual Property

The Post, its suppliers, advertisers or third party providers, own all copyright and other intellectual property in this site. Everything on this site, unless otherwise stated, is copyright.

The Post welcomes the use of this site for personal use, non-commercial use, research or study – provided that the user acknowledges all copyright and other notices contained in the content.

We advise that you may not copy or display for redistribution to third parties, or for commercial purposes, any portion of this site without the express permission of The Post.

15. Links

Please note that although this site has some hyperlinks to other third party websites, these sites have not been prepared by The Post and are not under the control of The Post.
The links are only provided as a convenience and do not imply that The Post endorses, checks, or approves of the third party site. The Post is not responsible for the privacy principles or content of these third party sites. The Post is not responsible for the availability of any of these links.

The Post requires that you request our permission to include a link from another site to this site. If you would like to request permission, please email us at info@thepostnewspaper.co.nz

16. Jurisdiction

This website is governed by and is to be interpreted in accordance with, the laws of New Zealand.

17. Changes to this Agreement

The Post reserves the right to alter, modify or update these terms of use. These terms apply to your order. We may change our terms and conditions at any time, so please do not assume that the same terms will apply to future orders.

18. Security and Privacy Statement
18.1 About this Security and Privacy Statement
This Security and Privacy Statement applies to this website (“The Post Newspaper website”) which is operated by Waiuku Publishing Limited (“Post”, “we”).

The Post Newspaper understands and appreciates that you, as a Post Newspaper website visitor, are concerned about your privacy and about the confidentiality and security of information we may gain about you online. We are committed to protecting your privacy. This, the Post Newspaper Security and Privacy Statement explains how your personal information will be treated as you access and interact with the Post website.

18.2 – Acceptance and Changes to Security and Privacy Statement

You acknowledge and accept that your use of the Post website indicates your acceptance of the Post website Terms of Use and the Security and Privacy Statement.

The Post may at any time vary the Security and Privacy Statement by publishing the varied Security and Privacy Statement on the Post website. You accept that by doing this, the Post has provided you with sufficient notice of the variation.

18.3 – Security of information

The Post takes reasonable steps to preserve the security of cookie and personal information in accordance with the Post website Terms of Use and this Security and Privacy Statement. If your browser is suitably configured, it will advise you whether the information you are sending us will be secure (encrypted) or not secure (unencrypted). If secure transmission is indicated, The Post currently uses SSL encryption.

The Post regularly reviews developments in security and encryption technologies. Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed as totally secure. Accordingly, although The Post strives to protect such information, The Post cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us or from our online products or services and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission, we take reasonable steps to preserve the security of the information in our own systems.

18.4 – Information collected

The information that The Post collects about you is dependent on how you use the facilities offered by the Post website.

If you visit an unsecured area of the Post website (that is, an area where you are not required to log on) to read, browse or download information, our system will record the date and time of your visit to our site, the pages viewed and any information downloaded. However, our systems will not record any personally identifiable information.

The Post website may also contain links to the websites of third party providers of goods and services (“Third Party Websites”). If you have accessed Third Party websites through the Post website and if those third parties collect information about you, The Post may also collect or have access to that information as part of our arrangements with those third parties.

Where you access a Third Party website from the Post website, cookie information, information about your preferences or other information you have provided about yourself may be shared between us and the third party. You cannot usually be identified from the information that is shared; if you can be identified from this information, we will seek your consent before sharing such information.

Third Party websites should contain their own privacy statements and those third parties are responsible for their own privacy practices.

18.5 – Collection of IP addresses

Certain use of the website may require the Post to collect your IP address for your interaction with a payment gateway. Your IP address is the identifier for your computer when you are using the internet.

Your IP address will not be used by us or released to any third party except in the case of security, inappropriate behaviour or fraud issues, such as unauthorised access to your; or our computer systems or fraudulent transactions.

18.6 – Cookies

We use “cookies” as a fundamental part of our interaction with your Internet browser. The purpose is to provide you with better and more customised service and a more effective website. You can choose if and how a cookie will be accepted by configuring your preferences and options in your browser.

18.7 – How we handle e-mail

We will preserve the content of any e-mail that you send us if we believe that we have a legal requirement to do so. Your e-mail message content may be monitored by our The Post employees for security issues including where e-mail abuse is suspected; our response to you may be monitored for quality assurance issues.

18.9 – Use and Disclosure of Information