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NSW ESL reintroduction onto insurance premiums
28 Jul 2017

On 30 May 2017, the NSW Government announced it will defer the introduction of the Fire and Emergency Services Levy (FESL) on council rates. The deferral of the reforms impacts the removal of ESL (Emergency Services Levy) - also referred to as FSL (Fire Services Levy) - from insurance premiums.  Over the 2016 – 2017 financial year, we have been progressively removing ESL. The deferral of the reform means that we will soon recommence collection of ESL via relevant insurance premiums.

Apia partners with five good friends to revolutionise aged care model
25 Jul 2017

Over 50s insurer, Apia, today announces its partnership with innovative in-home health care service, Five Good Friends, to help alleviate the pressures facing Australia’s ageing population.

NSW ESL removal from insurance premiums is on hold
1 Jun 2017

On 30 May 2017, the NSW Government announced their intentions to defer the introduction of the new Fire and Emergency Services Levy (FESL) on council rates and defer the removal of Emergency Services Levy (ESL), which was due to commence 1 July 2017.

Apia research highlights lax attitudes to fire safety during winter
9 Aug 2016

Leading national insurer Apia is urging Western Australia’s over 50s to take proper fire safety precautions during winter, with new research released today showing a concerning number of people are still exhibiting risky behaviours that can lead to house fires. 

Apia research highlights lax attitudes to fire safety during winter
9 Aug 2016

Leading national insurer Apia is urging Victoria’s over 50s to take proper fire safety precautions during winter, with new research released today showing a concerning number of people are still exhibiting risky behaviours that can lead to house fires. 

Apia research highlights lax attitudes to fire safety during winter
9 Aug 2016

Leading national insurer Apia is urging Tasmania’s over 50s to take proper fire safety precautions during winter, with new research released today showing a concerning number of people are still exhibiting risky behaviours that can lead to house fires. 

Apia research highlights lax attitudes to fire safety during winter
9 Aug 2016

Leading national insurer Apia is urging New South Wales’s over 50s to take proper fire safety precautions during winter, with new research released today showing a concerning number of people are still exhibiting risky behaviours that can lead to house fires.

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