Property house owners win flood/storm dispute – Every day – Insurance coverage Information

Homeowners whose property was inundated by water will be covered for their losses after a dispute ruling determined that stormwater, not floodwater, was the initial cause of damage. The complainants lodged a claim with Auto & General after their home and garage were hit by storm and flood waters on February 27 last year. The … Read more

Underinsurance clause hits resort hearth declare cost – Each day – Insurance coverage Information

A hotel damaged by fire should have the claim payout for repairs reduced due to an underinsurance clause, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has ruled, despite the complainant arguing the amount should be paid in full. The business, which had insured the buildings for $1 million, argued the insurer, Lloyd’s Australia Ltd, should pay … Read more

Landlord not lined for unpaved driveway accident – Day by day – Insurance coverage Information

A homeowner will not be compensated for accidental damage to his unpaved driveway after a dispute ruling that it did not fall under the defined term of “building” covered by his landlord policy. The complainant lodged a claim after a delivery truck got bogged and damaged his gravel driveway as it tried to drive out. … Read more

British Columbians slicing again on meals, housing, journey and leisure amid inflation and better rates of interest

Cutting back on essentials such as food, housing and utilities. Deal hunting. No more dining out. Driving less. Skipping vacation. And no more movies at the theater or concerts. Yet, still sinking deeper into debt. And, possibly teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. British Columbians are making tough budgeting decisions in order to make ends … Read more

Colorado Springs tarot card readers see tarot getting into mainstream | Arts & Leisure

Flipping through video clips, one comes up showing flowery cards about to flip. “This found you because … ” read the words on the screen. “Those financial issues are about to come to an end.” It looks and sounds like other social media content, thanks in part to the popular Olivia Rodrigo song in the … Read more

Native Focus: Opposites appeal to for Gisborne artwork couple

Gisborne couple Jason Courtis and Holly Thomas have differing art styles that complement each other. Opposites attracting for Gisborne art couple Jason Courtis and Holly Thomas. Their work is very different, with Jason’s photography encouraging the viewer to think about a single image, while abstract artist Holly’s pieces demand involvement and imagination. Holly says the … Read more

‘Artwork is an efficient trainer’: New public exhibit attracts consideration to the drying Nice Salt Lake

People walk by a painting from the Celebration of the Hand: Save Our Great Salt Lake on 300 South in Salt Lake City on Tuesday. The painting is one of over a dozen that highlights the issues with the drying Great Salt Lake, which reached a record low this week. (Carter Williams, KSL.com) Estimated read … Read more

Across the City: Helena-area arts and leisure information revealed June 30 | Native

Music Big Sky City Lights at The Myrna Big Sky City Lights (Susan O’Dea and Nick Spear) performing at The Myrna Loy Thursday, July 7 in a summertime show of indie-folk. Photo provided The pandemic brought them together, and now the duo Big Sky City Lights is getting national recognition. They’ve appeared on “Good Morning … Read more

10 hottest films and exhibits in Netflix historical past — by tens of millions of hours considered

A “rift” (portal to the Upside Down) appears on the Empire State Building during a global fan moment to mark the premiere of “Stranger Things” Season 4 on May 26 in New York. The season has become the most watched show on Netflix. (Evan Agostini, Invision via Associated Press) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes STREAMTOWN … Read more