The damage bill from flooding in southern Tasmania is $20 million and rising, according to the Insurance Council of Australia.
That figure relates to private homes and businesses and does not include damage to public assets.
Disclosures in the federal budget about excessive superannuation fund charges imposed on low income earners and younge
Class-action lawsuits related to cyber breaches could become a reality in the Australian market, and one leader says the best way to avoid potential damage comes via mitigation.
Australian businesses have been urged to better understand climate change through a financial risk lens, or risk being left behind by their global peers.
In the minefield that is cybersecurity in 2018, cyber insurance is touted as a must-have for businesses – but it’s a highly complex area that even some brokers don’t understand, according to one law firm.
The Bureau of Meteorology has joined forces with its New Zealand equivalent, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), to issue a joint statement on the “unusual” weather that plagued the region this summer.
ANZAC DAY commemorations begin with the annual dawn service at 6am at the Shrine of Remembrance.
Patrons are recommended to arrive between 4am-5am to secure a position for the ceremony.
A month after the town of Tathra was ravaged by the March 18 bushfire, insurers have made “strong progress” with the clean-up of damaged or destroyed homes, with up to 20 properties cleared since teams moved in last week, the
THAT’S April in Victoria — sunny one day, snowing the next.
After a week of summer-like heat, it’s time to swap shorts and sunglasses for beanies and brollies with a wintry blast hitting the state.
Australia's two million small- and medium-sized businesses are not terribly concerned about rising interest rates, but are terrified their customers may turn on them in a heartbeat, threatening their survival,