BOM Says Weather Unlikely To Bring Relief For Western Australia Blaze

Approximately 30 homes have been lost or damaged and an emergency warning has been issued for several parts including the Northan, shires of Mundaring, Chitteing and the City of Swan.

Weather Study Suggests Dry Air Could Aid The Spread Of COVID

According to a new study, an inverse relationship exists between humidity and reported Covid-19 cases in Sydney, both as the number of Covid-19 cases increased and declined, showing that dry air aids the spread of the novice virus.

Video: 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.

Trump Admin Tells Insurers They Don’t Have To Cover Covid-19 Tests

As it it, the Trump administration believes that insurance company gains are more important than the lives of the hardworking nursing home workers and residents.

Further Initiatives Announced By Insurers For Life and Health Insurance

The move by AIA Australia and Bupa comes in the wake of unpaid claims by insurance companies. Recent days have seen thousands of small business owners in Australia struggle to make ends meet and consequently having their insurance claims for Covid-19 related business interruption losses rejected by some of the leading insurance companies in Australia.

Australian Financial Complaints Authority Investigates BI Test Case

a good number of law firms argue that insurance company exclusions that mention the recently revoked Quarantine Act may not hold up. However, insurers feel the intention of having exclusions is clear irrespective of the act that has been referred to.

Will There Be A Spike In Coronavirus Cases Over Winter?

We all know what winter days are synonymous with a few things—runny noses, heavy jumpers and rounds of hot coffee, but then a fresh concern is emerging over Australia’s low level yet continuous community transmission of the coronavirus.

Pandemic And Mother Nature Push Industry Into $997 Million Loss

Claims filed by clients affected by bushfires and dangerous storm events resulted in underwriting losses of $991 million in the three months period ending March, a huge shift from the $587 million in underwriting profits realised the previous quarter.

Queensland Government Boosts Cyclone Resilience Funding

Surprisingly, one of the coronavirus outcomes has been a significant increase in clients contacting their insurance companies; and all for good reasons and Queensland has taken note.

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.