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,
Up to $10 million of disaster relief funding and a $380,000 insurance claim will be lodged by the Shire of Broome after two cyclones and a low-pressure system hammered the town within five weeks of each other.
With the Royal Commission into misconduct in the banking, superannuation and financial services industry already in full swing, regulatory changes are top of mind for many both within and outside the insurance industry.
Australia is one of the strictest countries in the Asia-Pacific region when it comes to data breach penalties, a new report has found.
In the short time since the late February rollout of Australia’s mandatory breach notification scheme, the privacy commissioner has already been notified of 31 breaches, an Aon expert has said.
CYCLONE Debbie is officially Australia's second most expensive cyclone, costing more than $1.71 billion to fix damage from Townsville in Queensland's north to Lismore in NSW.