Government news

  • Financial Focus: Government not trying to 'wreck super', Treasury says

    The Federal Government is backing away from comments that low-income earners should be able to opt-out of compulsory super

  • DALLAS BOOTH

    Dallas Booth of NIBA is part of the Insurance Business Hot List 2016.

  • KELLY O’DWYER

    Federal Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer, Kelly O’dwyer is part of the Insurance Business Australia's Hot List 2016.

  • ROB WHELAN

    Rob Whelan of The Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) is part of the Insurance Business Australia's Hot List 2016.

  • On a mission to modernise Lloyd’s

    Lloyd’s of London CEO Inga Beale talks to Tim Garratt about creating a 21st century marketplace that embraces workplace culture and practices that are as cutting edge as its insurance solutions

  • PM announces strengthened cyber ties with US

    The Prime Minister has announced the strengthening of cyber security ties between Australia and the United States in a bid to meet the growing threat of cybercrime

  • Insurers welcome Government paper

    The Government of one Australian state has released a position paper on a topic that could rock the insurance industry and insurers have been supportive in their response to a better regulatory framework

  • Post privatisation premium hikes defended

    An insurer has defended its decision to up premium costs following its privatisation as the state government has said it may buy uninsurable homes.

  • Catastrophe declared following major bushfire

    A catastrophe has been declared following major bushfires, the second declaration over the holiday season, as fires continue to burn across Western Australia.

  • Catastrophe declared as tornado confirmed

    Following a freak tornado this week a catastrophe has been declared in Sydney with a first estimate of losses released.