Claims and insured losses relating to Cyclone Marcia which hit Queensland last week continue to rise as the state and Commonwealth Governments announce emergency relief for the uninsured.
One of the biggest players in the Australian market is looking to up its stake in an Indian insurance company, hoping to capitalise on the country’s new insurance laws and market potential.
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An Australian government insurance guide is having a marked difference on insurance buying habits, according to new statistics from a comparison website.
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The Northern Territory is to invest millions of dollars in flood mitigation as part of the sell-off of TIO as plans to spend the money takes shape.
A Queensland broker has teamed up with NIBA and AILA to deliver a breakfast seminar that seeks to clarify the use of unauthorised foreign insurers in Australia and looks to calm industry professionals that may have "jumped to conclusions" following the Government announcements.
Treasurer Joe Hockey has reached a decision on the government standing on the Sydney Siege as an act of terror.
Survivors of the Black Saturday bushfires that destroyed parts of Victoria in 2009 have been awarded a record payout by the Victorian Supreme Court.
A major insurance player has addressed the claims climate surrounding the Lindt Café siege in Sydney.