A Newsagent in regional NSW recently contacted Tania at Newspack Insurance about damage caused to their shop front from an attempted break in. This is how things went: So in just over 13 business hours from the receipt of the claim form from the Newsagent, Newspack Insurance had arranged to settle the claim in full […]
Newspack Insurance, a wholly owned insurance brokerage owned by NANA, provides excellent policy coverage and service when it comes to claims. Just this week Newspack Insurance was notified of a claim by a Newsagent who had suffered a break in with cash stolen and malicious damage caused and the claim was promptly settled in 19 […]
Several Newsagents from across NSW and the ACT have received notifications from NSW Lotteries/Tabcorp advising they have not received confirmation that the Newsagency has a current mandatory lotteries policy in place. In NSW and the ACT mandatory lotteries insurance normally renew on 30 June/1 July each year.
NANA Members and Newsagents generally may be continuing to receive spam emails from NLNA spruiking deals on insurance. If you are sick and tired of receiving them, either mark the email as junk and add it to your blocked senders list, or hit the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email. If you choose the unsubscribe […]
Kate Carnell, Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, today released the Insurance Inquiry Report.
Over recent weeks, the NSW Court of Appeal has been hearing a test case brought by the Insurance Council of Australia (ICA), which concerned the interpretation of references to the Quarantine Act 1908 under the Business Interruption section of Business Package insurance policies within Australia.
NANA in conjunction with Newspack Insurance and Bolderstons Insurance Brokers has completed meetings with the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman concerning the Ombudsman’s inquiry into insurance for the small business sector.
NANA has engaged with the ACCC over false and misleading claims made by VANA and their offshoot NLNA over insurance. The ACCC has asked NANA to provide an extensive array of information from the regular bombardment of hysterical claims made by both VANA and NLNA in their spam email campaigns.
NANA is working with the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman’s office on their review into insurance arrangements for small business. NANA wants to ensure the Ombudsman fully understands the insurance needs of Newsagents before it makes recommendations for general changes to insurance for small business in Australia.
NANA has processed the first batch of rebates for Members covering the cost of mandatory lotteries insurance for 2020/2021 and payments have been forwarded to qualifying Members. NANA Members insured through Newspack Insurance for both their business pack and mandatory lotteries insurance receive a full rebate of the cost of the lotteries insurance as a […]