This copyright statement relates only to copyright content on Marketplace that can be viewed by the general public. It does not apply to content viewable by logged-in users.
Read this statement if you want to re-use any content on Marketplace.
What content does this apply to?
This copyright statement applies to the content on the public pages of Marketplace.
It does not apply to copyright content that can only be viewed by people who are logged in to restricted areas of the Marketplace website.
Eligible agencies that have signed up to use the Marketplace website have separate and specific permissions to use certain content in these restricted areas under the Agency Participation Marketplace Terms.
The Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) and the Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) (together, 'we', 'our' or 'us') or our licensors are the owners of the copyright in content on this website.
You may not use copyright content on this website unless you are authorised to do so under these terms or you are otherwise authorised by DIA or MBIE in writing.
Licence for re-use
Unless indicated otherwise for specific items or collections of content (either in the exclusions below or on specific pages of the website), publicly available copyright content on this website that we have created is licensed for re-use under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 international licence.
You are free to copy, distribute and adapt that content, as long as you attribute it to the New Zealand government, and you abide by the other licence terms.
Exclusions from licence
Please note that this Creative Commons Attribution licence does not apply to:
- listings of products and services on the Marketplace — copyright in these listings is owned by the providers (suppliers)
- any logos, emblems and trademarks on this website
- the website’s design elements
- any photography and imagery on the website.
Those specific items may not be re-used without our express permission.
Contact us if you wish to use copyright content on this website but are not sure if you’re allowed to do so.