Cookie policy

How we use cookies

We may use cookies on our website in order to personalise our service to you. If you do not want cookies to be used, you can set your internet browser to deny them.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by websites you visit.

They are widely used to make websites work more efficiently for visitors, and to provide information to the owners of the site. Some of the cookies we use are essential in order for parts of the website to operate. In the table below we have given a description and purpose for each cookie we use.

How do we use cookies on the website?

We use cookies on the website for our own internal purposes, to track how users navigate through the website. This helps us to evaluate and improve our website.

We use information derived from cookies in order to:

  • compile statistics on how our website is being used, which can help us to improve our website
  • facilitate users' ability to navigate through the website
  • ascertain whether the website is operating effectively
  • personalise and improve the service we offer you by understanding your preferences and establishing which areas of the website are most relevant to you

Managing cookies

In your web browser you can control which types of cookies you allow. You can turn cookies on or off using your browser's settings. You can also delete cookies and clear your browser's cache (history).

Learn more about how to manage cookies

Our cookies

No. Where Cookie name Description
1. General PHPSESSID Set when you arrive at the site and is deleted when you close the browser. The cookie stores the session key that is generated for each user. The cookie may be used for logs and system maintenance.
2. General __utma Stores the amount of visits, the time of your first visit, the previous visit, and your current visit. It does not contain any personal information and is used only for analytical purposes.
3. General __utmb Checks how long you stay on a site: when a visit starts, and ends. It does not contain any personal information and is used only for analytical purposes.
4. General __utmc Same as above
5. General __utmz This strictly necessary performance cookie stores where you came from (eg. search engine, search keyword, link)