Are you planning to shut down your business over the Christmas and New Year period? It’s never too early (or too late) to start planning.
After a year of drought and high temperatures the risk has soared across Australia, confirmed by data released by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
While the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is equipped to deal with natural disasters, communities across NSW are still urged to stay safe and be prepared for destructive winds, heavy rain, flash flooding and hailstones this storm season.
An Insurance Council of Australia inquiry into non-insurance in the small to medium sized enterprise sector found was that one of the primary barriers to insuring against identified risks was cost.
At the end of the day, you can get a better deal on your business insurance by making informed choices.
The penetration of the ground by any means has a potential to impact underground services, regardless of type or depth of activity.
Australians travelling overseas should consult their doctor, at least two weeks before they leave home, to ensure they are vaccinated against measles.
As the farming community comes to terms with the death of two children in quad bike accidents, the Victorian Farmers Federation (VFF) is urging all farmers to take extreme care when using quad bikes or consider using safer farm vehicle alternatives.
The Instant Tax Write Off has now been increased to $30,000 and extended to 30 June 2020.
Local Government NSW (LGNSW) is joining the police and Transport for NSW in urging motorists to drive safely over the holidays.