News

Storm damage bill could be $100m

Related News about Storm damage bill could be $100m

Sort by: Relevance : Date

Insurance claims for damage from storms in Victoria this week couldreach $100 million, insurers say. (The Age — 4 February, 2005)
+ related stories

More than 1000 Victorian homes are still without power following violent storms that ravaged the eastern states yesterday, while about 200 Sydney households are also powerless, some for their second day, as the clean-up continues around the country. (The Australian — 4 February, 2005)
+ related stories

Storm damage bill could be $100m
Storm damage bill could be $100m

Insurance claims for damage from the violent storms that lashedVictoria this week could reach $100 million, insurers have said. (Sydney Morning Herald — 4 February, 2005)
+ related stories

People are being encouraged to read the fine print of insurancepolicies to check their entitlements. (The Age — 5 February, 2005)
+ related stories

Power firms in Victoria have worked through the night to restore power to thousands of customers More than 200 000 Victorians lost their electricity supply at the height of the storms Louisa Gr (ABC News — 4 February, 2005)
+ related stories

The damages bill from the extraordinary storm that lashed Victoria this week could top $150million. (The Australian — 5 February, 2005)
+ related stories

The rubbish and storm debris washed into Melbourne’s creeks andrivers during last week’s huge storm has reached Port Phillip Bay,discolouring the water and increasing health risks to swimmers. (The Age — 7 February, 2005)
+ related stories

Page1

Similar Posts