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  1. Application for expansion of a specialised insurer licence – Guild Insurance Limited

    Guild Insurance Limited (‘Guild’) has applied to the State Insurance Regulatory Authority to expand its Defined Industry to include ‘Preschools and Kindergartens’ and ‘Corporate Head Office Administration (functions limited to employers providing childcare, preschool and kindergarten services only)’.

    19/04/2018

    notice

  2. Dust diseases contributions for 2018-19

    SIRA has published the dust diseases contributions for 2018-2019.

    19/04/2018

    notice

  3. Telematics trial to improve young driver behaviour

    Up to 1,000 drivers under the age of 25 will be given the chance to participate in an innovative NSW Government trial with in-car technology aimed at reducing road casualties across the state.

    28/03/2018

    ministerial media release

  4. Prosecution for fraudulent ladder injury

    SIRA recently prosecuted Rick Torrisi, a 57-year-old male who pleaded guilty to workers compensation fraud amounting to $54,902.86.

    22/03/2018

    notice

  5. Small fish in systemic fraud

    SIRA is investigating and prosecuting systemic workers compensation fraud that dates back many years.

    22/03/2018

    notice

  6. Company used as front for workers comp fraud

    A company called MLT Resorts Pty Ltd was used as a front for a workers compensation fraud.

    22/03/2018

    notice

  7. Man found to be employer for workers compensation purposes

    A local court magistrate has found a man who claimed he was not an employer for workers compensation purposes was indeed an employer as defined under the Workers Compensation Act 1987.

    21/03/2018

    notice

  8. Revised workers compensation market practice and premium guidelines

    The State Insurance Regulatory Authority has released revised market practice and premium guidelines (MPPGs) for the NSW Workers Compensation Scheme. These will apply to all filings lodged from today, including for the 2018/19 policy year.

    01/03/2018

    notice

  9. Green slip savings start arriving in Albury

    Member for Albury, Greg Aplin, recommended today that car owners check their next CTP Green Slip renewal to see the savings achieved by this Government.

    27/02/2018

    ministerial media release

  10. Green Slip refunds on their way to Seven Hills

    More than 15,000 motor vehicle owners in Seven Hills, Kings Langley and Lalor Park will be the first in Sydney to access their CTP Green Slip refunds as part of a targeted pilot through Service NSW.

    26/02/2018

    ministerial media release