We are continually maintaining and improving our sites. Planned outages are regularly announced on our Web service announcements page.
In addition to this, from time-to-time we are required to change the functionality of our site in order to protect your information. Find out more about this on our Security alerts page.
For the best experience using our site, we recommend you use the following software:
We understand that maintaining the security and privacy of your information is important to you. We are continually improving our systems and processes to guard your information.
In order to use our online services please ensure your web browser has cookies turned on.
When you visit websites, your computer receives and stores tiny files called cookies.
A ‘cookie’, also known as an HTTP cookie, web cookie, Internet cookie, or browser cookie, is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in your web browser while you are browsing a website. Every time you load the website, your browser sends the cookie back to the server to notify the website of your previous activity.
Cookies indicate to a website that a computer has been there before and can be used to record things such as what parts of a website or other websites have been visited from that computer.
In simpler terms, cookies allow us to personalise your web browsing experience by understanding your previous usage, including your access to services that we provide on our websites.
Your feedback on any website issues you experience or your ideas for improving our sites are always welcome: