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To avoid doubt, an adaptation of a work on this website licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial Licence cannot be licensed by the creator of that adaptation on terms that are more permissive than the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial Licence. In particular, the adaptation cannot be licensed with a form of Creative Commons or other licence that allows commercial use without express permission of the copyright owner.
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INFORMATION FOR COMPANIES
Specific permissions for commercial use of material licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial licence may be sought from Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Please contact Manatū Taonga - Ministry for Culture and Heritage, PO Box 5364, Wellington, New Zealand. Tel: +64 4 499 4229; Fax: +64 4 499 4490; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may browse and access information contained within this website without providing any personal information.
Where you voluntarily provide personal information (e.g. through email feedback or online forms), unless otherwise stated we will only use that information to communicate with you. We will keep any such information secure and will not disclose it to any third parties without your prior consent.
This transparency statement explains how Manatū Taonga, Ministry for Culture and Heritage collects, uses, and shares information gathered about members of the public or other entities (directly or indirectly) in accordance with the State Services Information Gathering Model Standards.
Manatū Taonga, Ministry for Culture and Heritage has law enforcement and regulatory compliance functions under:
- Broadcasting Act 1989
- Flags, Emblems, and Names Protection Act 1981
- Protected Objects Act 1975
It collects information in relation to those functions on a case-by-case basis. It will never use information gathered in relation to those functions for any other purpose.
The security of our premises is managed in accordance with our health and safety policies and in accordance with government procurement standards and government Protective Security Requirements. The security of our information is managed in accordance with our Privacy and Personal Information Policy and in compliance with the Privacy Act 1993, the Official Information Act 1982 and the Public Records Act 2005. The information we hold is used only for the purpose for which it is collected or as otherwise advised, including as described in our Privacy and Personal Information Policy.
If we have concerns regarding potential threats to the physical security of staff, or the security of information or places, we will engage an appropriate authority (such as the NZ Police).
Should we identify a need to gather information in the future we will ensure compliance with Information Gathering Model Standards, and update this transparency statement.
This statement applies to information gathered by us, our contractors, or any other third parties engaged by us.
Enquiries and complaints
If you have any enquiries about our information gathering activities, or believe we have not acted in accordance with this statement, you should contact us at email@example.com.
Browser cookies are used by this website to provide Manatū Taonga with information about site usage and improve the service offered to site visitors. Cookies are small files which are sent by a website and stored on your computer's hard drive. The data is collected and aggregated prior to use by the Ministry by Google Analytics. Cookies from this site are not used to gather or allow the gathering of any personally identifiable information and are not used to track individual user activity around this site.
You may manually disable cookies at any time - check your browser's "Help". This will not affect your ability to view the site.
If you have any concerns about personal information that we hold please write to:
The Privacy Officer
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
PO Box 5364
or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICIAL INFORMATION ACT (OIA) REQUESTS
What is the Official Information Act (OIA)?
The Official Information Act 1982 allows New Zealanders to have access to official information held by governments and government agencies. This promotes openness and transparency, and enables New Zealanders’ participation in government.
How do I make an OIA request?
Please send an email to email@example.com or you can send your request to:
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Public Trust Building
131 Lambton Quay
The Ministry will respond to your request within 20 working days after we receive it. If the Ministry needs to extend the time limit for responding to your request, under section 14 of the OIA, we will contact you with the reason for the extension and a new due date.
If the Ministry believes another agency holds the information you have requested we will transfer your request to them and let you know within 10 working days after we receive the request.
You can use the Ombudsman due date calculator to find out when your response is due. This can be found here http://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/.
How do I make a complaint?
If you are unhappy with the response to your OIA request, or believe that the Ministry has breached the OIA, then you have the right to contact the Ombudsman at firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to:
Office of the Ombudsman
PO Box 10152
Hypertext links to other Web locations are for the convenience of users and do not constitute any endorsement or authorisation by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage. The Ministry for Culture and Heritage is not responsible for the contents or reliability of the linked websites and does not necessarily endorse the views expressed within them. We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over availability of the linked pages.
If you wish to make a complaint about the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, please write to us at:
Ministry for Culture and Heritage
PO Box 5364
or send an email to email@example.com
Please email us if you have any questions about the Ministry's copyright, privacy, complaints or disclaimer policies.
Updated on 26th June 2019