You have unregistered domains in the shorter .nz extension. These domains are at risk of being registered by someone else. You should consider registering them today to protect your name.
In addition to the general terms and conditions of agreement with ENOM (see the gTLD Service Agreement) listed in Sections 1 through 21, you agree to the following terms and conditions for registrations in .UK WITH THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT MODIFICATION: You also agree that .UK domains which are not renewed will be deleted one day before the scheduled expiration date. For example: You register a .UK domain on April 9, 2003, for two years. Then, on April 7, 2005, you renew the domain for an additional two years. Your domain will then be scheduled to expire on April 9, 2007. If, however, you do not renew your domain on April 7, 2005, it will be deleted on April 8, 2005. The reason for this is that Nominet uses a non-real-time email-based system to make status changes in the .UK registry. The combination of this email-based system and Nominet's policy on renewals means that we will be charged for a renewal unless the name is deleted (via instructions in an email) prior to the end of the registration period which is then in effect. As a consequence, if we do not receive your renewal instructions prior to one-day before the end of the registration period, we will send the delete instruction one-day before the end of the registration period then in effect. Also, all .UK registrations are bound to a different Dispute Policy than the one outlined in section 4 above. Section 4 will still apply when registering any .UK domain. However, Nominet's Dispute Policy shall be applied instead of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy.