Tag Archives: Government

Fair Insurance Code Questions & Answers – Part 2

Why is ICNZ so keen on having a Fair Insurance Code, and prickly over criticism directed at the Code? At an operational level the Code is a useful means of providing a standard approach to offering, selling and administering insurance. … Continue reading

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AA Insurance – more on the July progress update

In my post on the 10th of August (here) the observation was made that nearly half the AA Insurance rebuilds had “been cashed settled which, on the face of it, suggests a full replacement policy isn’t all it was advertised … Continue reading

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Earthquake-prone buildings

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) has published the media release for the policy decision on managing earthquake-prone buildings (here). Part of the release states: The new system is designed to strike a better balance between protecting people … Continue reading

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Supporting CanCERN’s letter to Minister Brownlee

A number of community groups have sent e-mails to Minister Brownlee supporting CanCERN’s letter. Click the link to see our e-mail sent yesterday to Minister Brownlee. A copy of the e-mail was also sent to MP Nicky Wagner, who seems … Continue reading

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Dear Minister Brownlee

Yesterday CanCERN wrote to Minister Brownlee in response to his appearance on Campbell Live earlier this week.    Hon. Gerry BrownleeMinister of Canterbury Earthquake Recovery22 May 2013 Dear Minister Brownlee Firstly we would like to thank you for conducting the … Continue reading

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