Our RSS Feeds
This page sets out a summary of RSS, what it does and how you can use it.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is a method of syndicating the information from a website in a form that can be easily read by any of a number of news readers or news aggregators. The idea is to give users the ability to quickly obtain the latest news and updates from a site in a headline or news digest format. This in turn helps during high-traffic periods by reducing the load on the servers.
What do I need to use the RSS feeds?
To use our RSS feeds, you need a feed reader or news aggregator installed on your computer. These are applications that can be set to read the feeds on a recurring basis, generally once an hour or so. Alternatively, some web browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox or Apple's Safari have in-built RSS feed capabilities.
Once you have installed a feed reader or news aggregator, you simply add our RSS feed addresses to the list of feeds in the reader. The installation instructions for the readers will help you with that.
What are the feed addresses?
The following RSS feeds are available on our sites.
You can click on the links to view the feeds in your browser, but you will need a feed reader or news aggregator to properly process the information.