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These are the Terms of Access (the Terms) which apply to the UMA Broadcasting Ltd waateanews.com website (referred to as the Site). If you use the Site you acknowledge that you have read and understood the Terms and agree to be bound by them.

UMA Broadcasting Ltd may change the Terms from time to time. Using any UMA Broadcasting Ltd Site after the Terms have changed means you accept the changed Terms. The Site, and the information on it, is intended for New Zealanders only, although others are welcome to visit the Site. Non-New Zealanders who visit the Site do so of their own initiative and are responsible for obeying their local laws. New Zealand law governs the Site.

All content on the Site is protected by intellectual property rights (copyrights, trademarks or other rights and laws). You need UMA Broadcasting Ltd's prior written consent to deal with any of the Site content.

WARNING: any unauthorised copying of any material for commercial use from this website will be prosecuted by UMA Broadcasting Ltd pursuant to its rights under the Copyright Act 1994.

UMA Broadcasting Ltd takes no responsibility for other sites which may be linked to the Site. UMA Broadcasting Ltd also requests that you obtain permission prior to linking to the site.

You use the Site at your own risk. The Site may not always be available, for example, during maintenance or repair. We endeavour to ensure the content in the Site is correct, but it is provided "as is" and "as available", without warranties of any kind (either express or implied).

You agree that UMA Broadcasting Ltd will not be liable for your reliance on any information on the Site (even if negligently provided). You also agree that UMA Broadcasting Ltd will not be liable for any damages (direct, incidental, special, consequential, indirect or punitive) resulting from the use of (or inability to use) the Site.

You agree that if we are held responsible for any damage or loss, UMA Broadcasting Ltd's total liability to you for all damages, losses, and causes of action (whether in contract, tort - including but not limited to negligence - or otherwise) will not exceed the amount paid by you, if any, for accessing the Site.

If you are a business using the Site, then you agree that the provisions of the New Zealand Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 does not apply to your use of the Site or your reliance on the Site.

If you breach the Terms in any way you agree to keep UMA Broadcasting Ltd fully indemnified against all the consequences of your breach.

While we endeavour to keep information and materials on the Site secure and confidential, we are not responsible for any breach of security which is out of our control. We do not warrant that the Site is completely secure.

We respect your privacy and comply with the Privacy Act 1993. We will ensure that all personal information, if any, stays within the UMA Broadcasting Ltd group. We may use such information in relation to providing publications, services and information to you. You are entitled to access the personal information we hold about you, and amend it if it is incorrect.

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We invite all Site users to contribute to the discussion forums. All comments are post-moderated and must be on-topic and not abusive. Some comments may be pre-moderated and may be edited for clarity, length or have abusive sections removed. Comments which contain; defamatory, obscene, pornographic, or otherwise illegal material will not published.

In submitting the comment, you are agreeing to abide by the rules, take responsibility for your comments and accept that these comments may be edited, deleted or not used.

In submitting a comment onto the Site you are consenting to its display on the Site and for any related online and offline use we choose - including any of UMA Broadcasting Ltd online and/or radio broadcasts.

UMA Broadcasting Ltd reserves the right to remove comments at any time.

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