Save Sorry Business has welcomed the federal government's $97 million support package for Indigenous people affected by the collapse of dodgy insurer Youpla.
Insurers have been accused of failing to protect and compensate Australians devastated by floods during a fiery parliamentary hearing.
Insurers are being warned to do the right thing by customers devastated by natural disasters, but the nation must also invest in mitigation measures.
A "substantial misalignment of interests" ensued in the wake of flood-affected people trying to have insurance claims paid out in 2022.
Advocates say a fund to help people in flood-prone areas afford insurance premiums should be considered as a parliamentary inquiry looks at insurer practices.
There was an unprecedented number of domestic building insurance claims after the collapse of builders like Porter Davis with more than 1000 claims not settled.
Insurer RACQ has been hit with a $10 million penalty in the Federal Court after potentially misleading customers about price discounts.
The Insurance Council of Australia chief says households and businesses are feeling the squeeze, with more people forced to forego or reduce insurance coverage.
A gap in professional indemnity insurance for endorsed midwives has still not been fixed, a month after the Health Department was advised of the issue.
A review of the response by insurers into the widespread and catastrophic flooding on the nation's east coast has found multiple weaknesses in the industry.
As floods, cyclones and bushfires become more ferocious, costs to home-owners could double by 2050 without changes to the construction code, an analysis shows.
A Melbourne road has come out on top of a list of Australia's most dangerous crash hotspots for the sixth year running.
The financial hit from catastrophes may have dropped over the past 12 months but insurance premiums keep rising, an industry report shows.
Insurance giant IAG says it made $832 million in 2022/23, up from $347 million the year before, as it works to become a stronger and more resilient company.
The biggest rise in premiums in 20 years has raised concerns households may forego insurance and be even harder hit when the next disaster strikes.
Insurance affordability and the handling of claims after devastating floods in several states in 2022 will be examined in a parliamentary hearing.
A federal parliamentary inquiry will examine insurance companies' handling of claims after historic floods ravaged most states and territories in 2022.
A federal parliamentary inquiry will examine insurance companies' handling of claims after major floods ravaged most states and territories in 2022.
Three insurers found to have misrepresented life, funeral and accidental injury coverage have been fined $13.5 million, with ex-boss Russell Howden also fined.
More than 5.6 million Australians could be eligible for a payout after insurers were found to have unnecessarily complex pricing promises and practices.
AMP Group will pay $24 million and MLC has agreed to $10 million in fines after systems failures led to breaches in customer trust.
The Save Sorry Business Coalition is lobbying the federal government to do more in the budget to help Indigenous people ripped off by an unscrupulous company.
Families impacted by the collapse of builder Porter Davis have staged a protest calling for state and federal governments to intervene to help them.
Porter Davis liquidators have been working to find solutions for staff and clients since the home building company collapsed a week ago.
Authorities are probing whether one of Australia's largest home builders illegally took deposits from customers before securing their insurance policies.
Queensland is looking at a shake-up of the state's compulsory third-party car insurance scheme amid concerns over premium competition and insurer profitability.
A new report into the mental health burden of disasters across Australia shows adequate insurance coverage is central to recovery.
Extensive flood devastation in Australia and New Zealand is calling into question the design of cities that should keep millions of residents out of harm's way.
A class action has been settled with three of Australia's big banks, with customers sold consumer protection insurance to share in $126 million.
Deloitte estimates the total cost of the southeast Queensland floods, which impacted half a million people and 18,000 homes and business, to be $7.7 billion.
The Albanese government has announced around $4 million in relief for families impacted by the collapse of insurer ACBF-Youpla.