Earlier this week (March 26) the government met to clear unnecessary legislation in what has been called the first of many future Repeal Days. The Australian National Retailers Association (ANRA) Chief Executive Officer Margy Osmond said the event signalled an[…]
Do you know where the grapes grow?
A unique collection of web-based interactive maps have been released to the South Australian wine industry and general public. These maps, hailed as a possibly world-leading initiative, allow those working or interested in the SA wine industry to access a[…]
What is business interruption cover?
When a disaster strikes, many company owners know to hold a business insurance policy to help cover the costs of repairs and replacement. However, the interruption to trading following a fire or loss-causing event can have a more serious impact[…]
Mixed bag for Australia’s farming industry
Australia’s agriculture industry is a massive pillar in the country’s economy, with almost two-thirds (61 per cent) of the land across the country dedicated to farming, according to the National Farmers’ Federation (NFF). With almost 135,000 agriculture businesses across Australia,[…]
Flood premiums being slashed in Queensland
A number of insurance providers have announced plans to slash flood insurance premiums once the relevant risk data has been released. This news comes after the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) released a report which revealed business insurance premiums[…]
Hire a professional when renovating
Homeowners and landlords planning on making renovations and repairs to their property over the long Easter weekend have been urged to seek help from the professionals. In particular, Electrical Safety Office Head Simon Blackwood warned bargain hunters considering taking electrical[…]