Terms of Use

The information provided on the Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations Ltd (NBAN) website is provided on the basis that all persons accessing the website undertake responsibility for assessing the relevance, completeness and accuracy of its content. NBAN cannot warrant and does not represent that the material which appears on the website or any linked websites is complete, current, reliable and/or free from error. NBAN also cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense you might incur as a result of the use of or reliance upon the materials which appear on this or any linked websites.

The NBAN website is not intended to be, and should not be relied upon as, the ultimate and complete source of information on any particular topic. Links to other websites have been provided on the NBAN site to promote a free exchange of information. NBAN does not necessarily endorse or support the views, opinions, standards or information that appears on the linked websites. You should be aware that the providers of linked websites will often have their own protocols and standards in relation to their websites and the information which appears on them. We urge you to familiarise yourself with any such protocols and standards. Similarly, you should also not interpret the absence of a link from the NBAN site to any other website as a criticism or comment by NBAN on the provider of content of that other website.

The links which appear on the NBAN website have been set up as an information source only and with a view to promoting multiculturalism, tolerance and other diversity in our society. You should, therefore bear in mind that some of the material that appears on the linked websites and on the NBAN website may possibly cause offence or be distressing to some people. NBAN regrets, but cannot take responsibility for any such offence or distress. In the event that you are offended or upset by the material that appears on the NBAN website and/or any linked website, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (“ACMA”) who will then investigate the complaint and take such action as it thinks fit. If you would like to know more about the ACMA’s role in regulating Australian Internet content, you can visit its website at www.acma.gov.au.