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  1. New application for a self-insurer licence

    Tomago Aluminium Company Pty Limited (Tomago) applied to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority for a self-insurer licence.



  2. First man charged over alleged Green Slip insurance fraud

    A man working out of a wedding planning business is the first person to be charged by detectives investigating Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance fraud.The media release can be read on the NSW Police Force website.


    media release

  3. Fraud investigators appeal for information into CTP Green Slip insurance fraud

    Police are appealing for assistance from the community as part of an ongoing investigation into allegations of Compulsory Third Party (CTP) insurance fraud.


    media release

  4. Green Slip overhaul a step closer

    A new NSW CTP Green Slip Scheme is a step closer and expected to commence in December after a bill to reform the scheme passed NSW Parliament today.


    ministerial media release

  5. Guild to insure early learning sector

    Guild Insurance Limited (Guild) currently holds a specialised insurer licence to insure pharmacies and submitted an application to expand its licence to the early learning sector.



  6. Warning over green slip fraud

    The NSW State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA) has issued a warning, following reports of organised fraud involving the sale of a large number of new Green Slip policies.


    media release

  7. Motor accidents bulletin - March 2017

    In this edition: updates on CTP reform, new motor accidents guidelines, whole person impairment update, new motor accidents guide for allied health practitioners and service provider education.



  8. Workers compensation bulletin - issue 22

    In this edition: adjustments to workers compensation benefits, revised insurer guidelines and workers compensation obligations.



  9. New Scheme to deliver cheaper Green Slips

    Around $120 will be shaved off the average Green Slip for motorists across the State under the NSW Government’s fairer and more affordable CTP reforms, Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Finance, Services and Property Victor Dominello have announced.


    ministerial media release

  10. Business owner admits offence

    A Hunter hospitality provider ran afoul of the law when she realised her public liability insurance did not cover her workers compensation liabilities.