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Privacy

We are committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. We do not sell or otherwise disclose personally identifiable information in violation of the commitment set out in this Statement. We collect and hold the following types of information:

  1. Information about individuals who are clients or potential clients as given to us by those individuals;
  2. Information about roles, means of communication with and personal attributes of officers, employees and other representatives of corporations with whom we deal collected incidentally in the course of dealing with those corporations.
  3. Information is held in hard copy and electronic records in data storage systems which permit lawful access only by those company officers and employees who need access to perform their functions. It is destroyed when it is no longer useful or is unreliable and cannot be corrected.

We gather personal information about you for the purpose of:

  1. Marketing, supplying or delivering our products and services to you;

  2. Improving and developing our products and services;

  3. Expanding our business.

We may from time to time employ other companies and individuals to perform functions on our behalf eg we may retain a third party contractor to deal with product orders and delivery of products to you. In those circumstances we may disclose personal information to such companies and individuals to enable them to deliver services on our behalf.

You are able to request access to your personal information in accordance with the National Privacy Principals. If you wish to access your personal information please contact Real Politic Consulting at sam(at)realpoliticonsulting.com.au.
We will only collect personal information to the extent deemed reasonably necessary to serve our legitimate business purposes. We will store any information that you provide securely and will not sell or release it to any other business or person.

Latest News
Improving access to justice— 29-Mar-2018

In response to the recent Access to Justice Review, the Victorian Government has introduced legislation to enhance research into legal need and to better facilitate access to legal help and VCAT for disadvantaged Victorians. Read more here. 



Moreland City Council adopts its first Food System Strategy— 25-May-2017

Moreland City Council has joined the ranks of a number of local governments in recognising the need to promote and support local food production, distribution and waste re-use.  A local food system contributes to a more sustainable economy, increases food security and improves community health. Find the 2017 Moreland Food System Strategy here


Victorian Government's Access to Justice Review report released today— 04-Oct-2016
The Access to Justice Review identifies ways to help disadvantaged Victorians navigate the legal system and resolve everyday legal problems. A key recommendation is the introduction of an online dispute resolution system for small civil claims at VCAT. Find the report here.

Implementing the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence— 06-Jun-2016

The 2016 Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence is the first worldwide inquiry of its kind and scale into the problem of family violence and how it might be addressed. You can view the Commission's interactive final report and follow the Victorian Government's plans and actions for implementing the Commission's recommendations here.




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