Terms and Conditions

Advertising Terms and Conditions

All material deadlines must be adhered to. Failure to deliver material on time can incur a full fee as per advertisement booked. All negotiated rates,added value and positioning is valid for the confirmed booking only

Cancellation Policy – All cancellations requested more than 24 hours after booking will be charged at 50%
of the agreed rate. Cancellations requested after 72 hours of the booking date and time
will be charged at 100% of the agreed ad rate. Any cancellations of an ad within a “schedule” will be charged at the full media kit rate.  All cancellations must be provided in writing.

Disclaimer – While internal production processes may verify that material is within specifications, the onus is firmly on the client/agency to supply material within specifications. It is also a requirement that advertising materials be delivered on time so quality checking procedures can take place. Focus Media Group reserves the right to select the the orientation of the quarter and half page ad to best suit the article layout.  Focus Media Group reserve the right to refuse any advertising material that does not meet our specifications.

Editorial Terms and Conditions

Focus Media Group retains reproduction and alteration rights for all editorial and releases reproduction rights to all clients involved in advertising and editorial content.

While we guarantee publication if all requested materials are provided, space in the print version of our magazines is strictly limited while we will make every effort to include all articles, ultimately this is at the Editor’s discretion. On some occasions certain articles may be omitted from the print version.

Upon receipt of the materials requested, Focus Media Group is committed to the editorial project and under circumstances where an interview is not made available prior to editorial deadlines, the editor reserves the right to publish an article based on public domain information.

The Golden Years

In many nations around the world, life expectancy is dramatically on the rise, and Australia is no exception. Depending on gender, where one resides and other considerations, Australian boys born in 2013 to 2015 are expected to live to 80.4 years, while girls born during the same time have an expected lifespan of 84.5 years, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Compared to the time period between 1881 and 1890, both boys and girls born today can expect to live much, much longer than their ancestors, approximately 33 and 34 years longer…

April 29, 2017, 1:33 PM AEST