The Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications keeps a low profile. There is no on-line version of its Bulletin. When I was forced to leave my office in Queen Mary at two weeks notice, old issues of the Bulletin (along with many other journals) had to be put in the recycling, and now I have no access to that material.
For the last few years, the Institute has been relatively inactive, failing (for example) to award its annual medals.
However, I am glad to say that the sleeping giant seems to be stirring. There is, as of March this year, an ICA blog, which I have put on the blogroll so you can take a look. (I have only just been notified about this, eight months after the event.) There is even a promise to look into the possibility of an ICA website and even on-line publication of the Bulletin.
We shall see!