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22 Aug 2022

As Nelson residents start the clean-up following recent severe weather, ICNZ Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa and Toka Tū Āke EQC are urging people to contact their insurer as their first port of call to ensure the claims process is as...

16 Aug 2022

Those living on the West Coast of Te Waipounamu, in the Buller District and Upper South Island (Tasman Ranges), should act now and follow the advice of local civil defence authorities as Metservice’s local extreme weather...

29 Jul 2022

New claims data released today by the Insurance Council of New Zealand Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa (ICNZ) shows total insurance payments back to communities for extreme weather events closing in on $200 million for the year to the...

26 Jul 2022

The Insurance Council of New Zealand Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa (ICNZ) urges those affected by flood and storm damage from Northland into the South Island to put their safety first, heed the advice of local civil defence and...

22 Jul 2022

Insurance is a curious product in that it’s something we buy hoping we’ll never use it. However, most of us come to reply on it sooner or later to put things right when things, typically through no fault of our own, go wrong....

15 Jul 2022

The Insurance Council of New Zealand Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa (ICNZ) today released claims progress data as we approach the first anniversary of Westport’s July 2021 floods. They show 95% of the 615 residential dwelling claims...

06 Jul 2022

Provisional insurance claims data collected for the 20 May tornado affecting Taitoko Levin amount to $8.1 million across 807 claims comprising 532 domestic, 184 vehicle, 86 commercial, two business interruption and three other...

15 Jun 2022

Much better enforcement of existing laws and regulations is required to protect consumers from mis-selling of motor vehicle add-on insurance products says the Insurance Council of New Zealand Te Kāhui Inihua o Aotearoa...

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