Two British nationals were kidnapped by Somali pirates from their yacht, the Lynn Rival, as they sailed from the Seychelles to Tanzania at the end of October
The team at the International Travel Insurance Journal would like to formally congratulate all the winners from last week's ITIJ Awards Ceremony - all the recipients of the awards were companies that have shown their experience, innovation and dedication to their industries.
The South Pacific is still reeling from two natural disasters that struck within hours of each other at the end of September. Charlotte Hodgman reports on the aftermath of the tragedies
A survey conducted by Which? Holiday magazine has revealed that British travellers are cutting down the length of their breaks, with 86 per cent of those surveyed claiming that they still get the same value for money on a shorter holiday
Exclusive UK bank Coutts has been in the headlines recently after it was forced to reinstate full travel insurance cover for one of its credit card holders who had recently been diagnosed with cancer.
Statistics have shown that global airline capacity for September has shown positive growth for the second consecutive month
On 21 August, the Australian and New Zealand governments announced a new trans-Tasman agreement to improve customs and border processing between the two countries
It has been revealed that travellers who ventured to India and Spain during the first six months of this year have topped the ranks in fraudulent travel insurance claims, according to an investigation carried out by CEGA Group Services
Consumer groups in Australia are outraged about what they call 'unfair' terms and conditions contained in insurance policies, with travel insurance coming under fire