COVID-19: 5 Big Housing System Flaws To Be Fixed

The coronavirus pandemic has redefined our way of life—shut people at home to stay safe and any homeless person is believed to be posing the risk of passing on the virus.

Claims Data Proves Older Buildings Are At Greater Bushfire Risk

In his LinkedIn post, Mr Sullivan noted that 74% of all damaged buildings had been built before 2009, a time when more stringent standards were introduced in the construction industry.

Rockhampton Aged Care Nurse Infected with Covid-19 Continues Working

Queensland Health reported that the nurse from Rockhampton who last Friday triggered a lockdown at the state-owned Nursing Centre in North Rockhampton, had taken the COVID-19 test after showing symptoms of the disease, but returned to her workstation before receiving the positive test results.

COVID-19 Sees Spike In Demand For Tiny Homes

Today, the demand for tiny homes is from folks who already own a house and have a backyard however, and because of the coronavirus pandemic, they’ve lost a segment of their income stream: hence, tiny houses are the new way of making some extra income.

Experts Call For Urgent Research Into Coronavirus Linked Child Disease

Brendan Murphy, the Chief Medical Officer has directed the leading paediatric specialists in Australia to give a report on the Kawasaki disease, which highly resembles the illness reported in about 100 children in the United States, including teenagers and newborns in the last two months.

Insurance Companies Have Been Advised To Learn From AFCA Decisions

The manner in which disputes are handled by insurers has increasingly raised concerns and attracted scrutiny as per the committee’s latest annual report, which notes that 60% of customer complaints were ruled in the insurers’ favour after stage two internal reviews.  

Federal Government Delays Hayne Reforms As A Result Of Coronavirus

In just a few months, the coronavirus crisis has plunged Australia in an economic insecurity and caused far-reaching impacts. The economy has been hit hard—from job losses, stock crashes to closure of businesses, this global pandemic has shaken the world and Australia is no exception.

Coronavirus Pandemic: Suncorp Takes $133 Million Hit

From an operational perspective, in early March we moved over 90% of our workforce to work from home, and the digital capabilities and systems we already had place positioned us well to manage this transition.

“Fire Breathing Dragon Of Clouds” Among Rising Thunderstorm Risks

Huge fires can be dangerous, forming their own weather systems, and bringing about powerful winds and numerous lighting that could fuel the intensity of fires while transferring them towards new fuel sources

Bushfire Victims Donations Delays: Red Cross and Salvation Army

As charities are brought under sharp scrutiny, over $51 million raised by the renowned comedian Celeste Barber’s campaign on social media are in limbo.