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Is your e-bike or drone covered under your contents policy?
Electric bicycles (e-bikes) and drones have become very popular over the last couple of years but did you know these items may not be covered under your home contents policy?
Helping you prepare for Fire Service Levy increases
The Fire Service Levy charged on various insurance policies is increasing from 1 July 2017. Use our infographic to calculate your increase so you and your business can be prepared.
Protecting yourself when listing on airbnb
If you’re keen to maximise the value of your asset by turning your home or bach into an income-earner via airbnb, it's important to understand how it will affect your insurance.
Cyclone Cook - Safety First this Easter
A severe weather event is predicted to affect the North Island during Thursday afternoon followed by other parts of New Zealand.
Are you affected by the Port Hills fires?
Our thoughts are with the thousands of people affected by the Port Hills fires. We are here to help. Here's a short guide on what to do, cover for alternate accommodation and claiming for property damage.
Kaikoura earthquake - lodge your claim by 14-Feb deadline
You only have a 3 month time frame to lodge an earthquake claim for your home, land or contents. If you were affected by the Kaikoura earthquakes the deadline is 14 February.
Are you affected by the Kaikoura earthquakes?
Safety comes first, call emergency services if required. Call us on 0800 326 753 if you need any help with making a claim, we are here to help.
Most common claims across New Zealand - infographic
Insurance claims were just as prevalent in 2015 as many other years, but which claims were the most common over the 12-month period?
Drones as Recreational Toys – What you Need to Know
Drones were a hot seller this Christmas. And with a growing number of these aircraft being flown for recreation it's important for operators to be aware of the rules governing their use and what is and is not covered by insurance should a drone accidentally damage property or injure someone.
Shopping for insurance, the good the bad and the ugly - Part 4
You wouldn’t do it if you were shopping online so why choose to put someone else in the middle of your insurance buying process?
An easier way to shop for insurance
Shopping for insurance fllls most people with dread... the thought of hours online or on the phone, only to be left with options that are difficult to compare. In Part 3 of this blog series Stu Cooper, National Domestic Manager, suggests an easier way to shop for insurance.
To Specify or Not to Specify - How Sub Limits Can Catch You Out
We all have precious items that we hold near and dear to our hearts. For my wife it's her jewellery and a photo of her puppy. For me it's my golf clubs and (in case my wife reads this) my wedding ring also.