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Why did the NSW Government execute an embarrassing backflip on the transfer of its emergency services funding levy from insurance customers to all property owners on May 30? And perhaps more importantly, what are the chances of the reform ever seeing the light of day?

You’ll find the answers in the June issue of Insurance News (the magazine), which is being mailed out to subscribers this week.

The industry’s most popular and widely read print publication also lifts the lid on Australia’s largest authorised representative organisation, which is undergoing a transformation that includes a new brand and a revised culture.

Insurance News also examines the leading local insurers’ progress on the fintech front, how drones played a major role for the first time in the aftermath of Cyclone Debbie, and why Australian insurers are getting to know much more about crystal meth, better known as ice – the most far-reaching drugs crisis in our history.

Meet innovators, pioneers, leaders and thinkers in this latest issue of Insurance News (the magazine) – the one the professionals read for insights, information and intelligent journalism.

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