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03 September 2009

British holidaymakers are expected to spend over £43 billion on holidays this summer, according to new research from Sainsbury's Travel Insurance

26 August 2009

The scam is simple: The holiday is nearly over, funds are low, so you make a quick detour to the local police station before flying home, report a few items as lost or stolen and then claim them back on your travel insurance policy - isn't that what it's there for after all? But what happens if you're caught? Charlotte Hodgman has the details

26 August 2009

The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has updated its travel and safety information for travellers visiting Cambodia.

14 August 2009

Australian online travel insurance provider Travel Insurance Direct has introduced free mp3 language guides to help Australian holidaymakers have a better holiday when they travel overseas.

14 August 2009

According to a survey by Mercer, around two in five employers (41 per cent) do not have a human resources policy in place for health-related emergencies.

14 August 2009

Groupama Healthcare has unveiled a new look and feel to its online administration system, EasyAdmin

27 July 2009

In the midst of the recession, one British insurer is asking the government to reconsider the tax rate payable on travel insurance policies. Charlotte Hodgman reports further details

27 July 2009

Eight people were killed and 48 injured when two separate bomb attacks were launched at the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels in Jakarta, capital of Indonesia, in July. Mandy Aitchison reports on the aftermath

27 July 2009

The Pacific Asia Travel Association's (PATA) Strategic Intelligence Centre has predicted a fall of around four per cent in international arrivals to Southeast Asia compared to 2008, as the continuing spread of swine flu undermines the confidence of business and leisure travellers.

20 July 2009

Travel insurers beware: the cost of replacing lost or stolen items in the Caribbean has been found to be up to seven times as expensive as replacing similar items in other countries. Mandy Aitchison has the details

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