Press Releases and News

In December 2015, the NSW Government announced that the collection from insurers – passed onto you as an emergency services levy (ESL) in your insurance premium – will change to a property based tax collected directly from owners through their council rates.

NSW drivers are being warned not to drive tired this Easter long weekend with one in five admitting to having fallen asleep at the wheel, according to new research from GIO.


Australians are being urged to tighten their online privacy habits in the lead up to the Australia Day long weekend or risk leaving themselves exposed to opportunistic thieves scouring social media networks for vulnerable targets, according to new research from GIO.


GIO is urging customers impacted by heavy rain along the NSW east coast this week to lodge their claims as soon as possible to get the recovery process underway.


GIO’s storm recovery efforts are in full swing with assessors and claims staff on the ground in Kurnell helping tornado-affected customers get back on their feet.


GIO is urging customers battered by yesterday’s severe storms to lodge their claims as soon as possible to get  repairs underway.


NSW drivers are being urged to keep their eyes open and their wits about them before venturing out to do their Christmas shopping, with ‘crash and dash’ incidents rising in December, according to new research from GIO.


NSW residents have been put on alert with the state’s northern and southern coastal regions facing the highest risk of bushfire this season, according to new data from GIO Insurance.


NSW residents are being urged to keep home fire safety top of mind as winter draws to a close with the bulk of home fire incidents taking place in August, according to GIO.


The NSW Government has announced changes to the Workers Compensation insurance arrangements for Medium and Large employers effective 30 June 2015.


For media enquiries please contact Stephen Bell, GIO Corporate Affairs,
(02) 8121 0273 or 0428 051 148